Trusted Servants Job Descriptions
Chairs the Area Accessibility Committee. This committee will handle all accessibility needs and issues for Western Washington Area. Along with funding to attend Area Quarterlies and the Assembly, this position has additional funds to provide interpretation for Area events. Guidelines for this Committee can be found in the Accessibility Committee description.
Contact Email: accessibility [at] area72aa [dot] org
Receives all correspondence from the General Service Office on the Conference that is sent to the Delegate so he / she can be informed in the event it becomes necessary to assume the Delegate's duties. Coordinates with the Delegate on Area issues. Is available to chair or work on special projects as needed or requested by the Area.
Contact Email: altdelegate [at] area72aa [dot] org
“The alternate is a backup for the D.C.M. If the D.C.M. resigns or is unable to
The alternate is a backup for the G.S.R. If the G.S.R. resigns or is unable to serve for any reason, the alternate steps in.
Writes all checks approved by the Western Washington Area 72 Assembly. Is responsible for balancing the Area checkbook and bank balance. List check register, expenses and credit lines on a quarterly basis. Coordinates with the Treasurer in encouraging contributions at the group level. Keeps abreast of the financial needs of the Area and the financial problems of the groups. Is available to participate in service functions to discuss our Seventh Tradition, explain our regular contribution plan and to provide information on Area finances. Serves as the Area Finance Chairperson. May coordinate a finance committee to research and review financial matters when needed. Makes use of the "Western Washington Area 72 Newsletter," handouts, letters and personal contact to pass on information relating to contributions to the Area and G.S.O.
Contact Email: alttreasurer [at] area72aa [dot] org
The Area Archives Chair participates in the Area Assembly and Area Quarterly Meetings as an Appointed Officer, chairs quarterly Archives Committee meetings, chairs monthly Archives Steering Committee meetings, facilitates Repository site-selection decisions, and produces articles for the WWA72 Newsletter.
Contact Email: archiveschair [at] area72aa [dot] org
The Archivist will have archival experience and will manage archives work parties, coordinate archives training efforts, maintain the digital catalog, maintain a consistent filing system, manage our repository, represent the Area at National AA Archives Workshops, and manage collections such as artifacts, paper, audio information, photographs, and videos.
Contact Email: archivist [at] area72aa [dot] org
Assumes a leadership role within the Area by organizing, setting the agenda for, and chairing three Western Washington Area 72 Quarterly business meetings and the Western Washington Area 72 Assembly. Also chairs the meeting for selection of appointed committee positions. Keeps Alternate Chairperson informed. Receives District minutes and corresponds with the Districts regarding their problems and concerns. A further description of duties is outlined in the A.A. Service Manual.
Contact Email: chair [at] area72aa [dot] org
“The District Committee Member is an essential link between the Group's G.S.R.
Follows the guidelines as outlined in the Grapevine Workbook and in the Literature Committee Guidelines marked MG-9
Publishes, on a monthly basis, a newsletter which serves as our principal communication tool within the Area. May appoint a working committee to assist in the format, content and distribution of the Newsletter. Receives, formats and edits news received from the Area and prepares for bulk mailing.
Uses the guidelines as outlined in the Treatment Facilities workbook from G.S.O. Schedules and