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By | January 11, 2017
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you are active in a nonprofit organization, perhaps even elected to serve a term as its president or vice-president, where would you turn if you needed an answer to a parliamentary question, and know you would get an answer consistent with “Robert’s Rules of Order”?I would like to address the “W” questions – “who, what, when, where, why” – regarding how to contact a parliamentarian, and thus get answers to your questions.Regarding “why”: If you need to consult an expert regarding Robert’s Rules of Order, or if you need advice about how to run a meeting where there will be motions made and votes taken, then you need a parliamentarian. Watch video link below

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A parliamentarian is a consultant who specializes in parliamentary procedure, also called parliamentary law. A parliamentarian knows Robert’s Rules of Order, and can advise on things like bylaws amendments and the recommended practices and contemporary practices for boards and committees of any membership-based organization, or even those philanthropic organizations which are run 100% by a board-of-directors and which have no general membership at all. The experienced parliamentarian will know how other nonprofit organization like yours have solved, or side-stepped, the most-common problems.