Banning Outspoken Board Member from Executive Sessions
Q: The president of the board of directors for the association I manage complained that the board was threatening to exclude her from sessions because she had talked about confidential information to nonboard members and had stated that she would continue to do so. She asked me whether it was permissible for the board to do that. I’ve never encountered this problem in my association management career so far. Could the board ban a board member from attending meetings because of what it regards as inappropriate behavior?
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