EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEABOUT US
The Executive Committee serves as the policy, planning and personnel committee for the Convention. The committee is comprised of 19 members and typically meets eight times a year.
The executive committee is to the board of directors what the board is to the convention – transacting all regular business in between the three sessions of the board. The executive committee has the responsibility to review, amend if necessary, and approve the Cooperative Program missions budget prepared by the budget special committee prior to presentation to the board in September. Final adoption of the budget, by a vote of the messengers, takes place during the annual meeting.
The Executive Committee is as follows:
- 2 officers of the board (who fill the roles of chair and vice chair of the executive committee)
- 3 officers of the BSCNC (president, first vice president, second vice president)
- 8 committee chairs
- 4 at-large members of the board (elected during January meeting of the board)
- 1 president of North Carolina Baptist Men
- 1 president of the North Carolina Baptist Associational Missions Conference
2019 Executive Committee Members
President — Clay Smith
Vice President — Melanie Wallace
President — Steve Scoggins
First Vice President — Micheal Pardue
Second Vice President — Matthew Ledbetter
Articles and Bylaws Special Committee — Donald Goforth
Budget Special Committee — Rick Speas
Business Services Special Committee — David Richardson
Christian Life and Public Affairs Special Committee — Bob Jordan
Convention Relations Special Committee — Chris Hughes
Church Planting and Missions Partnerships Committee — Al James
Communications Committee — George Hunnicutt
Evangelism and Discipleship Committee — Tracy Smith
North Carolina Baptist Men — Robert Simons
North Carolina Baptist Associational Missions Conference — Terry Stockman
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