Membership Committee



The purpose of the Membership Committee is to serve as the Council’s primary vehicle for securing new members and retaining existing members.


2017-2018 GOALS:

  1. Take aggressive steps to increase membership, especially recruitment of 90% of eligible ENR 500.
  2. Ensure Member Organizations have consistent understanding of ACEC’s Rules of Policy and Procedure as related to member recruitments and categories of membership (e.g., Firm vs. Pay Direct.)
  3. Develop actions to attract new member firms and retain existing members which do substantial work in private markets, especially energy markets.
  4. Support the coalitions, insurance trusts, and other ACEC groups in their efforts to recruit members to ACEC.
  5. Work with MOs to help recruit local offices of multi-state firms.
  6. Encourage Member Organizations to solicit recruitment assistance from national, as appropriate.

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