Committees

Academic/Student Affairs Committee

Advancement Committee

  • Actively seek and advance new members for the Chapter and affiliates for ACHE.

  • Creates annual advancement plan to advance affiliates within ACHE.

  • Works closely with ACHE Division of Membership to identify member’s needs for advancement and provides resources (BoG study groups, identification of Fellows for required interviews/references, identification of CAT I and CAT II hours in the local area).

  • Conduct at least two ACHE Advancement Information Sessions (AIS) per year in conjunction with a Chapter education and networking event.

  • Communicate effectively on all levels and seize any opportunity to positively represent the organization at meetings or social functions that would benefit the Chapter.

  • Assist in providing information for the Chapter newsletter and Chapter website regarding advancement in ACHE.

Audit and Nominating Committee

  • The Board of Directors will appoint no less than two (3) members, including the Colorado Regent to serve on the Nominating Committee.

  • The Nominating Committee chair will coordinate the activities of the committee and will solicit nominations from membership for the open Officer positions. This should be started in September of each year.

  • Verify that all nominees are eligible for the open position and gather resume for each eligible nominee.

  • Prepare a list for all eligible nominees. Distribute proposed slate with resumes to all active and emeritus members via email in October of each year.

  • All votes should be returned and tallied by the November 1 of each year.

Diversity Committee

Marketing/Communications Committee

  • Develops annual communications public relations calendar and budget in conjunction with the Treasurer.

  • Develops and implements timely communication plans that effectively informs Chapter members and the local healthcare community about upcoming chapter events.

  • Coordinates publication to the membership on educational and networking events with the Social Media person.

  • Communicate effectively on all levels and seize any opportunity to positively represent the organization.

  • Researches most effective tools to communicate to chapter members.

  • Coordinates publications on chapter involvement in the local community via social media or local newspaper when appropriate.

Membership Committee

  • Promote the chapter and ACHE to area healthcare executives. Send out applications and follow up.

  • Promote and market ACHE membership among nonmembers throughout the chapter’s geographic area.

  • Promote the FACHE credential to chapter members in conjunction with the Advancement Chair.

  • Work with Program chair to develop programs to attract new members.

Programs/Events Committee

  • Develop the education programs of the chapter and identify key issues/topics to be addressed.

  • Select, invite and follow up with faculty to ensure their participation.

  • Research sites for events and follow through on all of the obligations of the contract made with the site at which the program will be held.

  • Arrange and call all meetings of the committee members.

  • Works with the Treasurer on budgets for programs and communicates budget to the Programs Committee.

  • Coordinate various committee members/volunteers to ensure assigned tasks are completed successfully.

  • Coordinate education needs survey of chapter.

  • Keep record of all events to report to ACHE and for chapter records.

  • Create promotional pieces to publicize event and registration forms.

Rural Committee

Sponsorship Committee

  • Identify, contact and follow‐up on potential corporate sponsors.

  • Commit to helping corporate partners meet their marketing objective(s).

  • Integrate corporate partners into the Chapter through individual membership and professional development.

  • Obtain financial contributions to enhance the Chapter’s programs, products and services to Chapter members.

  • Works with the Treasurer to ensure sponsors are invoiced and money is collected for sponsorship.

  • Encourage corporate partners to participate in Chapter education and networking events. This exchange provides a valuable perspective and a unique opportunity to educate each other as we work together to improve healthcare delivery overall.

  • Encourage corporate partners to present educational programs at the local level.

  • Encourage corporate partners to sponsor special gatherings that provide Chapter members/attendees with additional opportunities to network with other attendees.

  • Communicate effectively on all levels and seize any opportunity to positively represent the organization at meetings or social functions that would benefit the Chapter.

  • Assist in providing information for the Chapter newsletter and Chapter website regarding corporate sponsorship.