The name of this organization shall be the Central Florida Chapter of the Association for Talent Development. (ATD Central Florida). The registered office of the chapter shall be located in the State of Florida.
Section B: Affiliation with the National Association
The Chapter is an affiliate of the Association for Talent Development (“ATD”), which is doing business under the trade name Association for Talent Development (ATD) (referred to herein as the “Association” or “ATD”), a non-profit educational society exempt from federal income tax under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. The Association and its Chapters are not organized for profit, and no part of their net earnings shall benefit any member or private individual, except for payment or reasonable compensation for services rendered.
Section C: Governance and Management of Chapter
The chapter shall be governed and managed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership. The Board of Directors shall set policies within the limits prescribed by these bylaws.
Section D: Purpose
The Chapter is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code of 1986, as amended, and may make expenditures for one or more of these purposes.
The chapter Mission is to “Inform, Involve and Inspire.”
Without limiting or expanding the foregoing, the chapter’s specific purpose shall be:
1.Connection and Engagement– Bring people together, live and virtually, who share a common passion for developing self and others.
2.Professional Development– Offer affordable, approachable live and virtual learning content and experiences that develop knowledge, skills and competencies, rooted in the ATD Competency Model Body of Knowledge, in an engaging and interactive way.
3.Service to the Community– Identify opportunities and invest time, talent and resources to serve the local geographic area by leveraging the core knowledge, skills and competencies of membership to “create a world that works better.”