In order to answer your question, you need an attorney to review the By-Laws of the organization. Those generally outline the removal procedures.
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You question is somewhat vague. Typically 501 (c) (3) organizations have a Board, made up of directors, "the board" and have an Executive Director ( ED) who serves at the pleasure of the Board. The ED is responsible for the day to day mangmentof the organization ,and is essentially an employee of the Organization whiereas the board members are voted on. it is not clear whether you serve as a ED or a Board member. The duties of the ED are usually spelled out in an employment ocntract , whereas removal of a board member is customarily defined by the bylaws.
You should defintely consult with an attorney.
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