The 11 individuals who comprise CASQA's Board of Directors are elected by the membership for staggered two-year terms. The Board meets bi-monthly at various locations throughout California.
Officers of the corporation are: Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer, and Secretary. Officers are elected by the Board of Directors and serve two–year terms.
Executive Director and Assistant Executive Director
The CASQA Executive Director manages the day-to-day activities of CASQA, serves as the primary liaison with members, government agencies, and other organizations, and helps to set and achieve the vision for the future and growth of CASQA. The Assistant Executive Director supports the Executive Director, provides additional resources to help set and achieve the vision, helps to grow CASQA as an organization, and acts in the Executive Director’s stead.
Committees of the Board of Directors
The Board of Directors creates committees that accomplish the goals of CASQA. Standing Board committees include:
Audit: Oversees the annual audit of CASQA’s finances and policies and procedures, and preparation of tax returns.
Awards: Identifies and recognizes exemplary leadership, outstanding projects, activities, and contributions to the field of stormwater quality management.
Bylaws: Reviews the Bylaws annually and makes recommendations for revisions as necessary to ensure smooth and efficient operation of CASQA.
Events: Ensures a coordinated approach is used to plan, design, and conduct all CASQA events, including the annual conferences, quarterly General Membership meetings / webcasts, and trainings. Plans the quarterly meetings / webcasts.
Executive Program: Comprises no more than twenty-seven (27) committee members and directs the technical work of the association through subcommittees.
Finance: Manages CASQA’s fiscal resources, including proposing the annual operating budget and overseeing all financial transactions.
Membership: Retains existing members, outreaches to potential new members, and improves membership value.
Vision: Maintains the CASQA Vision, oversees development and achievement of annual objectives that support the Vision, and manages the relationship of the Vision to other organizations' strategies for stormwater (e.g., Water Boards' STORMS).