Committees

The WORK of The Association for Successful Parenting (TASP) cannot be accomplished without the diligence of our various committees. Each committee is made up of a Chair representing the Board of Directors and multiple TASP members. If you have an interest in contributing to the work of any committee, please contact us! Input/suggestions are always welcome. Current committees and committee priorities include:

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Susan Yuan, Chair

Priorities

  • Oversight
  • Procedures/governance
  • Administrative support
  • Nominations for board
  • Committee leadership
  • Bylaws- review, propose changes
  • Approvals
  • Sustainability
  • Hiring
  • Organizational policy
  • Project management
  • Letters of support
  • Job descriptions
  • Calling meetings and setting agendas

EDUCATION COMMITTEE

Nicole Brisson, Chair

Priorities

  • Training
  • Conference
  • Website content
  • Webinar content
  • Presentations
  • Research and knowledge transfer
  • Production of educational materials
  • Production of E-news briefs
  • Dissemination of legal policy info or other information

ADVOCACY COMMITTEE

Ellen Gilmartin, Chair

Priorities

  • Outreach
  • Parent engagement
  • Development of content for technology and social media
  • Networking/ cross disability advocacy
  • Monitoring of progress in legislative and administrative policy

DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Cathy Haarstad, Chair

Priorities

  • Membership
  • Technology
  • Outreach
  • Shared projects
  • Fund raising
  • Develop, maintain and update website and social media
  • Database development and maintenance
  • Cultural competency and diversity
  • International focus

FINANCE COMMITTEE

Leslie Kinney, Chair

Priorities

  • Accounting
  • Financial reporting
  • Dues revenue (collection and dissemination)
  • Budgets
  • Taxes
  • Insurance
  • Audits
  • Benefits
  • Facility management
  • Management of any staff or services to which any of these tasks could be delegated

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