Organizational Structure and Leadership

The organizational structure of AAAA includes a general membership meeting, a board of directors, and an executive committee.
The general membership meeting is the highest decision-making body of the Association, composed of all AAAA members. It convenes once a year to deliberate and decide on important matters of the Association, including the election of board members and approval of the budget.
The board of directors is the governing body of the Association, composed of elected directors who are responsible for the day-to-day management and decision-making of the association. Their term is four years and they are elected by the general membership meeting.
The executive committee is the executive body of the Association, appointed by the board of directors, and responsible for implementing the decisions and directives of the board, as well as managing the day-to-day operations of the Association, including its activities and projects.
The leadership team of the association consists of positions such as the President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The President is the highest leader of the Association, responsible for coordinating and guiding the work and development of the Association. Their term is four years and they are elected by the board of directors. The Vice President assists the President in their work, the Secretary is responsible for the Association's secretariat, and the Treasurer is responsible for the Association's financial management and budgeting. In addition, the Association has various committees and working groups that are voluntary for members to join, and they assist the Association in carrying out its work and activities.