ANDRC Confidentiality Policy
Respecting the privacy of all members of the ANDRC shall be a basic value of this organization. Personal information to include but not limited to mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers shall not be disclosed or discussed by this Board, or any committee members under the guidance of this Board, to any person(s) making a request for the aforementioned information. This is to include but not be limited to, members personal information shall not be used for the purpose of campaign solicitation by any member(s) of the ANDRC. Such information shall only be used by this Board or the committees under the guidance of this Board for the purpose of conducting official business of the ANDRC.
Board members or the committee members under the guidance of this Board understand and agree that during their service with the ANDRC, they may obtain information which is confidential and/or privileged that must be kept confidential both during and after their term of service with the ANDRC.
Unauthorized disclosure of any private or confidential information shall be considered a serious violation of this policy and will subject the person(s) who made the unauthorized disclosure to discipline as outlined in Article VI Discipline Section 1 of the ANDRC Constitution.