The current constitution suggests that the Executive Committee is primarily an elected body. The only elected members are the President, the Secretary and the Parliamentarian (and, necessarily, the President-elect and Past-President). The BFC bylaws, however, place chairs of certain standing committees on the executive committee, and that is current practice. The amendment aligns the constitution with the by-laws to reflect current practice. This larger version of the Executive Committee has been in place for several years and provides welcome coordination among elected leaders and chairs of key committees.