Existing HNBA Social Media Account Form

All HNBA Profiles already existing on a social media site as of the effective date of this Policy shall be deemed approved pending a review and evaluation by the HNBA Director of Operations and/or HNBA Communications Officer. Entities with pre-existing social media sites must submit an Existing Social Media Account Form. If the HNBA Director of Operations and/or HNBA Communications Officer determine that an HNBA Profile is not compliant with this Policy, the HNBA Director of Operations and/or HNBA Communications Officer shall work with the HNBA entity to correct any deficiencies and bring the site into compliance, if possible. At the direction of the HNBA Director of Operations and/or HNBA Communications Officer, the Entity may need to temporarily disable the site pending correction of deficiencies.

PLEASE NOTE: As a condition of approval, an HNBA National Office Member must first be made an owner (with full administrative rights) to the proposed HNBA social media account.   

 


HNBA Social Media Request Form

Any HNBA Entity seeking to create a new HNBA Profile on a social media site shall complete a Social Media Request Application. The application will be reviewed by the HNBA Director of Operations and/or Communications Strategist within seven (7) business days of the date of submission. The HNBA Director of Operations and/or HNBA Communications Officer will accept or deny the application, based upon the criteria set forth herein, and notify the submitting Entity in writing of the decision. If the application is denied, the HNBA Director of Operations and/or HNBA Communications Officer will provide a written explanation for the denial. The submitting HNBA Entity may work directly with the HNBA Director of Operations and/or HNBA Communications Officer to address the identified deficiencies and amend and resubmit the application for approval. The submitting HNBA Entity, at its option, may appeal such denial via e-mail to the HNBA Vice President of Sections and Committees or HNBA Vice President of Regions and Affiliates, as applicable, with a copy to the HNBA Director of Operations and HNBA Communications Officer for review within seven (7) business days of the date of denial.

PLEASE NOTE: As a condition of approval, an HNBA National Office Member must first be made an owner (with full administrative rights) to the proposed HNBA social media account.