The Michigan Archival Association is administered by four elected officers, a conference coordinator and a board of six directors selected from among the membership. Normally, two board members are elected at each annual meeting. Board members serve for three-years staggered terms of service. Between the President, Vice-President and the three Members-at-Large, the staggered terms insure that at least four experienced people will be on the board each year.
Board members and officers meet at the call of the President on a quarterly basis, or as needed. Each board member is asked to actively participate on at least one standing committee among the several that exist with the Michigan Archival Association. MAA members may attend the board meetings, and can contact the President for the meeting schedule and agenda.
MAA members who have an interest in becoming a board member, or know someone who has expressed an interest, should contact the MAA Vice-President who functions as Chairperson for the annual meeting Nominations Committee. Nominations may also be made from the floor at the annual meeting.