Member of the board asks for admin access and wants non-compliant device on the network is a current hot-network question.
However, the question has a key problem, in that the titular "Member of the Board", is not a member of the board in the usual sense.
From the comments:
erickson: Are you talking about a member of your company's board of directors? Is this person an inside director who has an additional position in the company? It seems like they should be working through the appropriate officer.
MKZ (OP): @erickson company is rather small. It has several board members and she is our main supervisor.
LyndonWhite: I'm not sure you are using the term board-member in the fashion I am used to it being used. As I understand it a board-member normally represents the share-holders of the company. The company executives report to the board, but beyond that they don't normally interact with the company's staff.
MKZ (OP): @LyndonWhite I'm sorry. I meant the daily staff. Highest rank that is daily at the company.
So while I am not sure what position the titular person holds, it is not that of member of the board of directors.
Several of the current answers work on the assumption that the person is an actual member of the board. If the question is updated to have the true position those will be invalidated. But mostly only in a minor way.