Our Board of Directors
Our team is comprised of experienced technologists and leaders in the NDT field. We have come together to grow the local society in a whole new direction with the help of our national society. 

All Board members must read the link below and agree to the duties described therein.  

https://www.ag.state.mn.us/Consumer/Publications/FiduciaryDuties.asp

At our annual business meeting, paying members will be voting on the following issues: 

1) Dissolution of a board of directors due to lack of volunteers

2) Change in tiers of membership and payment amounts for membership

Board of Directors. The “business and affairs” of a nonprofit organization - whether big or small - must be governed by a board of directors.  Minn. Stat. § 317A.201.  Directors are responsible for the management of the business and affairs of the corporation, and strong board oversight is critical to the proper operation of the organization. Directors must supervise and govern the charity’s efforts in carrying out its mission. This does not mean that directors are required to manage the day-to-day activities of a corporation. Rather, they can appoint officers and employ individuals to carry out the daily tasks of running the organization. Directors must be active, informed, and engaged because they are considered fiduciaries of the organization, a term used for individuals who are in a position involving trust.  Specifically, directors owe a fiduciary duty to the nonprofit to act in good faith, with care, loyalty, obedience, and honesty in fact, and in the best interests of the organization, among other things.  Minnesota courts have long held that the law imposes the highest standard of integrity on the bearers of these duties.

Jim K pic

Jim K pic

Lisa DeBower

Lisa DeBower

Chari Ahrenholz

Chari Ahrenholz

Joyce Riedel

Joyce Riedel

Open chair

Open chair

Board spot open for active, interested person

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