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We have a new board of directors. We need to elect an executive committee from within that board. But I am told that the old executive committee will be in place on the new board for 2 more months. Can that be done?

Dear Michelle,
Only your bylaws can answer that one. It is odd though that an executive committee would continue with the same people after a new board is elected, especially if these include nonboard members. Usually, when a new board is elected new committees, officers, etc also are appointed or elected at the same time unless the bylaws give different time for their appointment and election. So if the bylaws state that the board shall elect the executive from within the board, I would say that it is at the time the new board members take their positions. But look in your bylaws.

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Question submitted by Michelle on July 15, 2016