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The Constitution of Mensa is the governing document for Mensa worldwide. American Mensa, in turn, has a set of Bylaws defining the structure and governance of the organization. Within the requirements of the Constitution and our Bylaws, the Board takes various actions, which are compiled into a list known as Actions Still in Effect. In addition, local bylaws are crafted based on the Minimum Standard Bylaws.
A number of local offices have a dedication elist where officers can exchange ideas, talk and learn about the positions they hold. Each officer elist has a dedicated Board liaison and staff liaison to assist in the administrative functioning of the elist. Some elists may be restricted to current, specific officers only, and others may allow past officers or all interested members to participate.
Mensa is known for the entertaining books written by its members or endorsed by the organization. Mensa is proud to recommend this selection of books; we hope you find them challenging and interesting. They're all available through American Mensa's Smart Buys online store.
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