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A meeting, open to all members in good standing, is convened at least once annually (usually in May) to conduct the business of the Association as prescribed in the TIAA bylaws. For business to be conducted at the membership meetings, a quorum must be present. A quorum is defined as a minimum of twenty-five or 10%, whichever is less, of the current members, either present or represented by proxy. The current President will preside at the annual membership meeting.
At these meetings an election is held to nominate and confirm the following offices: President, Executive Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary.