Leadership Paths Subgroup

 

Goal:

How does one become an ExCom member or Chair of ACEC? The purpose of this subgroup is to provide daylight for any member – newer, experienced and particularly those of diverse backgrounds – to potential paths to becoming a leader in ACEC. We are the guidance counselor for those wishing to give back to the association and the entire industry in a meaningful way.

Draft Objectives:

  1. Review graphic of the typical path to leadership: Committee assignment, Committee leadership, Board, ExCom, Chair.
  2. Provide Governing Documents.
  3. Provide examples of ancillary activities: Member Organization (M.O.) participation, PAC, SEI, Coalitions, association-wide task forces, endeavors etc.
  4. List of expectations.

Champions:

Eric Madden, Vice President, JMT, Inc.
Michael Cooper, President, HED

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