What Is a Corresponding Secretary?

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A corresponding secretary is a person who is responsible for providing the general communication, and writing meeting notices in a organization. Some of the duties that are performed by a corresponding secretary include putting together the new member packets and making sure that members with no emails get all the required information.
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