Board of Directors

The Governing Bodies of the American Chemical Society

A Board of Directors composed of the President, the President-Elect, the most recent Past President (all ex officios), six District Directors, one elected from each of six geographical Districts as provided in the Bylaws, and six Directors-at-Large, shall be the legal representative of the SOCIETY, and, as such, shall have, hold, and administer all the property, funds, and affairs of the SOCIETY pursuant to Public Act 358 “To Incorporate the AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY” passed by the 75th Congress, 1st Session, and approved August 25, 1937. The Executive Director shall be a nonvoting ex officio member of the Board of Directors." [ACS Constitution, Article VIII]

Board Minutes

Reports

Oral Reports from ACS National Meetings