Each member of the Board of Directors is involved in one or more committees. Some committees are required for the Board (standing), others are created for a specific event or project (ad hoc). In addition, there is an independent committee, the Nominating Committee, charged with interviewing and evaluating potential Board Directors. Some of these committees may include existing Directors or other members of the public or association membership.
In general, committees are established to advise, review, and approve management strategic plans, decisions, and actions in managing the company. In addition, based on the specific committee charter, they are in charge of developing and monitoring governing principles, establishing agendas, and identifying recommended strategies.
Click on the drop down menu below to learn more about the individual committees.