COMMITTEES

Governance Committee

The Board of Directors shall establish a standing Governance Committee consisting of no fewer than five (5) Board members.  The Executive Director shall serve as staff to the Committee. The Committee shall develop policies that relate to the governance of the Corporation and the Board of Directors, including, but not limited to: 

a.         Criteria for Board membership (experience, competencies, community involvement, skills, expertise, etc.) 

b.         Development of a Board recruitment matrix.  

c.         Nomination and presentation of Board candidates for election by the Board.  

d.         Nominate and present a slate of officers for election by the Board.  

e.         Develop and execute process of orientation for new members of the Board.  

f.          Periodically review the bylaws of the organization and recommended amendments to the Board. 

g.         Periodically (minimally every 3 years) initiate a Board Assessment process

Audit Committee

The Board of Directors shall establish a standing Audit Committee consisting of no fewer than two (2) independent Board members.  This Committee is responsible for the appointment and oversight of the performance of the independent auditor, and performs such other duties customarily delegated to a Board Audit Committee as may be assigned by the Board.  The Committee reports to the full Board.

Finance Committee

The Board of Directors shall establish a standing Finance Committee, consisting of no fewer than three (3) voting members, inclusive of the Board Treasurer, at least two (2) other Directors and the Executive Director, as staff to the Committee.  The Committee may include, as non-voting members, other staff, or other non-Director persons whose experience in accounting, finance or business may assist the Committee and the Board in the performance of their financial oversight responsibilities.  The Committee reports to the full Board.

Program Committee

The Board of Directors shall establish a standing Program Committee consisting of no more than three (3) Board members. The Executive Director shall serve as staff to the Committee. Program committee includes social media management, fundraising, and planning of events. The Committee may also include persons who are not members of the Board, but whose experience and qualifications may assist the Committee and the Board in the performance of their program oversight responsibilities. However, at all times a majority of the Committee, and a majority of a quorum, shall consist of Board members. The Committee shall be charged to provide strategic oversight of T1DJ’s programs and services, and to perform such other related duties as may be assigned by the Board.  The Committee reports to the full Board.

Health Advisory Committee

The Board of Directors shall establish a standing Health Advisory Committee to consist of no fewer than two (2) LPN, RN, and/or Diabetes Educator. The Executive Director shall serve as staff to the Committee. This committee is responsible for providing diabetes and other chronic illness education; if and when applicable, health blood glucose screenings to the community during events, such information consists of brochures and pamphlets, conduct trainings, seminars and workshops at events. 

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