The purpose of the Membership Committee is to serve as the Council’s primary vehicle for securing new members and retaining existing members.
- Ensure that ACEC national and the Member Organizations are actively and enthusiastically involved in both recruitment and retention efforts, thereby contributing to a stable and growing ACEC membership.
- Increase membership from a more diverse and balanced base of firms, representing varying disciplines, sizes, and client markets. Engage these members in ACEC coalitions, forums, and committees to increase retention among a diverse firm base.
- Broaden membership opportunities for other professional service firms from within the built environment.
- Support the coalitions, ACEC trusts, and other ACEC groups in their efforts to recruit members to ACEC.
- Work with the ENR 500 Executive Steering Committee and MOs to recruit new ENR 500 firms and the local branches of multi-state member firms.
- In partnership with MOs, drive member engagement at the state and national level in committees, coalitions, and forums. Engage all firm members from young professionals to the C-suite to be active participants in ACEC.
- Deliver recommendations to the ACEC Executive Committee related to future structure and activities to grow ACEC membership.
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