Leadership & Governance
Leading Our Association
Since our inception, ASBO International has been a member-run, member-driven association governed by a board of directors. Our board of directors is composed of 10 elected member volunteers who work tirelessly to lead our members, promote our mission, and uphold our professional standards.
Meet our esteemed board of directors. These directors represent school districts from across the United States and are some of the top business minds in education administration today.
Meet the volunteer leaders that use their targeted expertise to help steer the profession forward. View the committees and their current leaders here!
ASBO International members are being asked to vote on candidates for positions on the ASBO International Board of Directors and recommended bylaws changes.
Each fall, representatives for our board of directors are elected by their peers to serve ASBO International. Learn more about the election process.
Get a detailed report of board business, discussion topics, and action items from ASBO International Board of Directors Meetings.
Get a general outline of board business, discussion topics, and action items from ASBO International Board of Directors Meetings.
Each annual budget is built on ASBO International’s strategic plan and the systematic implementation of that plan to make investments that will improve member services and strengthen the association.
ASBO International is committed to fiscal transparency through full disclosure of its audited financial statements, which include auditors’ reports, statements of financial position, statements of activities, cash flows, notes, and more.
The bylaws guide how ASBO International is governed. Only amended by vote of the membership, the bylaws establish organizational structure, policies, and voting regulations.
The ASBO International Board Policy Manual and Committee Policies and Procedures are the organizational systems essential to maintaining and distributing published policy statements and administrative duties, rules, and regulations.
ASBO International's strategic plan serves as a visionary roadmap to guide the decisions that advance our association and the profession. Review our current goals and how we plan to meet them.
The annual report details this year's fiscal progress and highlights our recent successes. Download the ASBO International Annual Report for fiscal year ending March 31, 2018.
View the official document incorporating ASBO International as a nonprofit corporation. This document was established under the authority of Illinois, where ASBO was previously headquartered.