AGLOW COMMITTEES2018 Committees and Chairpersons
The Nominating Committee find active members, in good standing, willing to fulfill executive committee and director positions on the board of directors and to present these nominees for consideration for the annual election of directors and officers.
The Teller Committee counts the ballots in any election and reports the results to the board President.
Conference Site Committee
The Conference Site Committee is responsible for seeking bidders for the next available annual conference of the association. In accordance with our by-laws it is chaired by the Vice President.
The Conference Committee makes all of the arrangements for setting up the upcoming annual conference, including negotiating site fees, setting the program and other conference activities.
The Ethics Committee shall receive all written complaints of ethics violations and shall review, investigate, and recommend action to the Board according to the provisions set forth in the Code of Ethics.
The Awards Committee oversees the Awards in Craft program, including the rules, policies and sponsorship of these awards. In accordance with our by-laws the Vice President is the chair of this committee and facilitates the AIC program at the AGLOW Fall Conference.
The Scholarship Committee presents nominees for the “Toyota Going Places Scholarship” which are awarded each year during our annual conference.
The Fundraising Committee drives and manages all of the details surrounding the auction and raffles during the annual conference.
Membership Screening Committee
The Membership Screening Committee scrutinizes all applications for membership in the association, causes them to be advertised in the Horizons newsletter and presents them to the board of directors for approval.
Constitution and By-Laws Committee
The Constitution and By-Laws Committee recommends changes to the constitution and by-laws as needed to the board of directors.
Craft Improvement Committee
The Craft Improvement Committee secures articles for the Horizons newsletter and programing during the annual conference aimed at providing guidance and education for improving our craft as outdoor communicators.
High School Grant Committee
The High School Grant Committee collects and recommends nominees to receive a $500 grant to help promote programing within that high school that promote outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing and shooting sports.
Corporate Member Recruitment Committee
The Corporate Member Recruitment Committee is tasked with seeking out new corporate members, and acting as liaison between the existing corporate members and the board of directors.
Media Member Recruitment Committee
The Media Member Recruitment Committee is tasked with seeking out new media members and acting as liaison between the media members and the board of directors.
The Tourism Committee is tasked with recruiting new tourism members and acting as liaison between the tourism members and the Board of Directors.
The Communications Committees purpose is to streamline our communication channels, maintain a simple plan for communicating effectively and consistently with members, especially through the use of Horizons, website, and social channels and ensure these initiatives are executed in the best interest of the organization.
This Committees purpose is to stay abreast of new and evolving technologies, and how those impact the communications industry. This committee primarily conducts seminars at the Fall Conference to communicate and inform members how digital platforms and technologies can utilized by today’s outdoor communicators.