There shall be six committees including Executive Committee, Finance Committee, Personnel Committee, Public/Government Relations Committee, Resource Development or Fundraising Committee and Program Committee.
Each committee shall have a chairperson who is responsible for calling meetings, keeping committee members informed about corporate affairs relevant to his/her committee, and for appointing a secretary. Each committee secretary shall be responsible for notifying committee members of meetings utilizing OIC staff, recording minutes and votes at committee meetings and supplying said records to the secretary of the Board of Directors. Committees shall meet as often as necessary to carry out the goals and objectives of the committee.
Note: most committee meetings are typically held bi-monthly, and last 1- 1 ½ hours in duration. Finance committee may meet monthly. Additionally, fundraising committee may meet more and or as needed during planning for upcoming fundraising events.
Shall be comprised of all the officers of the corporation to include two board members at large and shall have all the powers and duties as are prescribed by the Bylaws in Article V, Sections 1 through 4.
Shall be comprised of the Chairperson, Treasurer and at least one other member of the Board of Directors who shall be appointed by the Chairperson of the Board. This committee shall review, monthly and annually, the financial status of the corporation and advise the Board of Directors and Executive Director as indicated.
Shall have at least three (3) members who shall be appointed from the Board of Directors. This committee shall provide guidance to the Executive Director regarding personnel policies in alignment with labor law standards, and or personnel polices collectively agreed upon by the Board of Directors utilizing Board standard methods of adapting polices to be set forth and implemented.
Shall have at least three (3) members. This committee shall be responsible for the development of public and government relations goals and a public/government relations campaign, and shall share the responsibility for the execution thereof with the Executive Director of the corporation.
Shall be comprised of at least three (3) members of the Board of Directors. This committee is responsible for assisting the Executive Director in identifying and securing public and private monetary and people resources for the corporation. Additionally, this committee shall be responsible for developing and executing such resource and/or fund development campaigns as the Board of Directors deems necessary.
Shall be comprised of at least three (3) members of the Board of Directors. This committee shall be responsible for monitoring the development and implementation of corporate programs and for providing technical assistance thereto.