As outlined in the FCAP Bylaws the following standing committee structure is used by the FCAP Board of Directors to execute the Association’s business.
These Committees do not have standard meeting dates, but convene as needed.
This Committee consists of the FCAP Board President who serves as Committee Chair, the Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.
- Exercising the power of the Board between meetings
- With the exception of amending the bylaws
- Evaluates performance and salary of the Executive Director
- May invite additional Directors to serve on the Executive Committee as needed
The Finance Committee consists of the Treasurer, who serves as Committee Chair, the Board Chair, and at least two other board members.
- Ensuring that financial management policies and practices are documented and followed
- The annual audit occurs in a timely fashion for presentation at the annual meeting
- Any changes recommended by the outside auditor are incorporated in financial practices as required
- Developing, overseeing, and reviewing:
- Monthly written financial statements and reports
- The annual budget
- IRS 990 and BOC forms
- Long-range financial planning documents.
The Governance Committee consists of the Vice President, who chairs the Committee, and one to three additional Directors.
- Identifying and recruiting new board members
- Presenting board officers and members for a vote at the annual meeting
- Reviewing committee structure based on written charters and membership
- Reviewing bylaws at the close of each fiscal year
- Developing and implementing a board orientation program for new members
- Promoting training and development of board members
- Keeping the Conflict of Interest Statement up to date
- Maintaining a current strategic plan.
The Legislative Committee consists of one of the Board members serving as Chair and at least two other individuals from the Board and/or membership.
- Research and evaluation of any legislative actions that would affect or pertain to members of the Association
- Dissemination of information about such legislation
- Prepare and disseminate policy statements about issues that will affect or pertain to members of the Association
- Participation in educational meetings with Legislators and/or their Aides
Chaired or co-chaired by the Board and consists of at least two other individuals from the Board and/or membership.
- Organizing and presenting an annual educational conference for members of the Association
- Developing the conference agenda
- Securing knowledgeable and applicable presenters
- Selecting the venue for the conference
- Negotiating a contract for needed services
- Securing sponsors for the conference
- Minimizes registration costs for members
- Marketing and promotion of the conference
We could use your help! Please let us know if you’re interested in joining one of these Committees. Call 610-350-8122 or e-mail email@example.com to learn more how you can get involved.