Our committees need you! Your active participation at the committee level contributes to the organization’s success, and we welcome your interest in sharing your skills and expertise. Most work is done by conference calls and emails to make it easy to participate regardless of your location and work/study schedule.
Purpose: To support GAHE initiatives with appropriate branding, marketing and communications in order to build and foster member engagement. Examples of tasks include:
Website Content – ensures accuracy, readability and functionality of www.gahe.org
Newsletter – provides and coordinates content for GAHE’s quarterly newsletter
Event/Program Announcements – works with Programs Committee to provide proper communications around GAHE programs
Member Relations Committee
Purpose: To serve as liaison to GAHE members by facilitating activities in support of our mission to provide programming, networking and career development. Specific task forces are responsible for the following:
Advancement Task Force
Provides resources to assist members seeking to advance to ACHE Fellow.
Member Satisfaction Task Force
Facilitates responses to member questions/requests and works maintain member satisfaction.
Student Task Force
Serves as liaison to ACHE student members and facilitates the chapter’s ability to meet needs specific to students.
Purpose: To offer programming to GAHE members that will facilitate learning, networking and professional development and provide ACHE CEUs. This committee has task forces for special events including:
Regional Programs Task Force
Plans and coordinates education/networking events in major areas outside of Atlanta
Purpose: To establish a financial framework for the development of mutually beneficial relationships between vendors, member organizations and members that results in strong financial support for GAHE’s educational programming and networking events, and enhances visibility and contact between stakeholder groups. Tasks of the committee include setting sponsorship levels and benefits and developing a structured sponsor acquisition and relationship management program.