This is your opportunity as a member of Master Brewers to nominate a colleague or indicate your own interest in service to Master Brewers for 2nd Vice President on the Master Brewers Executive Committee. This position is rotational moving up to 1st Vice President, President, then Immediate Past President (4-year commitment). Officer descriptions and responsibilities are available in the
Bylaws (Article VI) and
Manual of Operations (section I.B).
Names put forth by March 25, 2021, will be reviewed by the Nominating Committee and a final slate of candidates will be put forth to the Board of Governors in May 2021 and approved in the fall of 2021. Approved officers will begin their term at the close of the 2021 Master Brewers Conference.
The Nominating Committee has identified a number of desired attributes that will be part of the selection process for new Executive Committee members. Applicants are to review the
Master Brewers Vision and Strategic Goals and consider the following when submitting their online nominations.
Candidate Qualification Targets
Ability to Inspire and Empower
The ability to think strategically and analytically, and to effectively communicate thoughts and the reasons for them.
Passion and drive for the Organization
Advocate and Grow Organization
Demonstrated ability of new and innovative programs within their sphere of influence. Examples include but are not limited to incorporating strategy, leadership, future focus, risk taking, and an entrepreneur spirit.
Cultivate Partnerships and Teamwork
Possession of earned respect of other key stakeholder group members.
The ability to work well with others as a member of a collaborative group with group decision-making authority and an understanding of the fiduciary duties of loyalty, care, and obedience.
Earned reputation for emotional maturity, personal integrity, and honesty.
Diversity and Balance
Master Brewers unique strength is imbedded in our vision – United We Brew. For that reason, and at this moment in our industry’s evolution, Master Brewers states its commitment to diversity of thought, practice, and individuals while cherishing the element that unifies us – the vocation of brewing great beers and putting them safely in the hands of eager customers.
Demonstrated understanding of the differences between “oversight” and “supervision”.
A demonstrated familiarity with the body of knowledge related to both the process for which the group is responsible as well as the substantive content of the subject area within which decisions and choices will have to be made.