CALL FOR TAMFT 2020 COMMITTEE SERVICE

TAMFT is currently seeking applications for member volunteers for committee service. Committee members will serve 2-year terms, beginning March 1, 2020. Applications are due by March 15, 2020. The TAMFT Committees are as follows:

  • Governance Committee: Time Commitment: About 5-6 hours each year. Includes Board Secretary, President, Past-President or President-Elect, Elections Committee Chair, and 1 TAMFT Member. Governance Committee enforces TAMFT rules and policies, reviews TAMFT Bylaws and Policies for needed revisions, conducts annual Board self-evaluation, organizes Board and Committee structure, and oversees Elections Subcommittee. There is also the opportunity for members to volunteer to serve on the Elections Subcommittee. 
  • Finance Committee: Time Commitment: About 8-10 hours each year. Includes Board Treasurer, Board Member-at-Large, and 2 TAMFT Members. Finance Committee collaborates to develop TAMFT budget for Board approval, receives regular financial reports, reviews and recommends financial policies and operating guidelines including possible investments, and if requested by Board, reviews TAMFT financial audit. 
  • Education Committee: Time Commitment: About 1 hour each month. Includes Board Liaison, Chair, Co-Chair, up to 7 TAMFT Members. Education Committee organizes and directs education opportunities including online CEUs, serves as the Steering Committee for the Annual Conference, and explores additional opportunities for member education. 
  • Membership Committee: Time Commitment: About 1 hour each month. Includes Board Liaison, Chair, Co-Chair, up to 7 TAMFT Members. Membership Committee establishes new recruitment strategies for members, communicates with universities to engage potential new members, communicates with lapsed/expired members to encourage renewals, helps with member marketing campaigns, and administers yearly member survey. Also oversees Awards Subcommittee. 
  • Legislative Committee: Time Commitment: About 1 hour each month. Includes Board Liaison, Chair, Co-Chair, up to 7 TAMFT Members. Legislative Committee maintains the relationship with the TAMFT lobbyist, helps establish relationships with elected officials and their staffs, prepares updates to members on legislative issues, helps direct TAMFT advocacy efforts, prepares members to meet with legislators or testify, appoints members to or attends TSBEMFT and BHEC meetings, and oversees Day at the Dome Steering Committee bi-annually. 

Applications must be submitted by March 15 to be considered. Applications must be completed in full for consideration. Committee members will be notified of acceptance and placement by April 1.

Questions about committees or the committees timeline may be sent to [email protected].

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