Nominations Open for ACT National Committees


Posted: 10/09/2019
Category: General News


ACT's committees work on behalf of the Board of Directors to provide advice and guidance on the organization's operations, leadership, programming, and policy; helping the Board build a solid foundation for a strong future.     
 
Why volunteer to serve on a committee? Committees provide a unique opportunity for members to dive deep into a specific issue or topic area that is key to the current health and future success of the organization.  As a membership based professional association, we rely on the skills and knowledge of our members to help advance the organization, so we encourage members that have backgrounds and/or professional experience within the committees listed below, to think about serving.  By surrounding yourself with others who do what you do, you'll not only learn about the industry, expand your professional network and acquire new knowledge but you'll be helping ACT grow at the same time.
 

Interested? You can learn more about ACT's Board Committees below.  If you are interested in serving on a committee, please take a few minutes to submit a statement of interest, noting the committee or committees you would like to be considered for by the Board.  Statements of interest must be submitted by November 22, 2019.  The Executive Committee will review all statements of interest and recommend committee members to the Board of Directors for approval at the December 9, 2019, Board Meeting.  Selected members will serve 2-year terms through December 31, 2021.
 

What else is there to know?  Most committees will meet a minimum of four times a year. As a bulk of the committees are new, meeting dates will be determined once the committee is formed.  Some committees will be expected to meet in-person during ACT's International Conference.  All committees will be chaired by a member of the Board of Directors.
 

 

Board Committees

 

The Committee is charged with providing insight and recommendations to the Board to assure that the Association is financially sound.  The Committee reviews the Association's finances and budget and is encouraged to work with staff and the Association's accountants, auditors, and other financial professionals to review the Association's financial processes and make recommendations to the Board regarding the Association's long term financial goals, annual budget, and other financial considerations. 

 

Governance Committee

The Committee is charged with reviewing and enhancing the effectiveness of the ACT Board of Directors, facilitating the Board's continued development, and adherence to the bylaws of the Association. The Committee will lead efforts to review and recommend changes to the Association's governance and organizational structure.

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Membership Committee

The Committee is charged with recruitment and retention of ACT members, ensuring sustained growth in all sectors of Transportation Demand Management industry.  The Committee will assist with regular assessments of membership satisfaction and involvement in chapter and council activities.  The Committee will identify and develop membership benefits.  

 

Professional Development Committee

To assist in identifying the training, education, and mentoring needs of the membership with a goal of advancing member knowledge of TDM and personal professional growth. The Committee will consider the needs of all members from new TDM professionals to retirees, along with all phases of a Member's career, including challenges facing discreet populations of our Membership.  The Committee will help facilitate the exchange of knowledge from experienced TDM professionals to new TDM professionals. 

 

Programs & Events Committee

The Committee is charged with ensuring the organization is providing high quality and comprehensive programming throughout the year.  Providing oversight and recommendations to the Board on the strategic use of events and programs to achieve the organization's mission.  The Committee is encouraged to work with staff to review and develop the organization's annual calendar of events and programs and long-term event planning.  The Committee will assist with efforts to gather feedback from event and program participants to gather insights on how to continually improve activities and enhance value to participants.  The Committee will work with staff to ensure all events and programs are unique and achieving desired results.  The Committee will provide guidance to chapters on the development of local programs and events.

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Public Policy Committee

On behalf of the Board and in partnership with staff and consultants, the Public Policy Committee is charged with helping set the content of ACT's public policy agenda.  The Committee will create a venue for hearing, discussing, and formulating recommendations on policy positions for the association and advise the Board through persuasive policy related briefs.  The Committee will work to inform and engage ACT members on the advancement of ACT's policy agenda.  



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