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 Member Services Committee

    • Purpose: Serves to address membership recruitment, satisfaction, and retention. The Member Services Committee tasks may include addressing current and projected membership value and the profession’s well-being in response to members’ and potential members’ needs and satisfaction. 
    • Timeframe: Meets monthly

Legislative/Public Policy Committee

    • Purpose: Serves to address the current and/or projected legislative, regulatory, and public policy needs for the Association’s members. The Legislative Committee’s tasks may include interacting with lobbyists, organizing OTAC Hill Day, and/or other relevant events as based on the needs of the organization. Pertinent issues may include areas such as third party reimbursement, scope(s) of practice, and/or other governmental concerns. The committee may also collaborate with national organizations on issues that impact the profession on a national level. 
    • Timeframe: Meets monthly, November - June

Conference Committee

    • Purpose: Plans, coordinates, markets, and delivers conference(s) annually or as determined by the needs of the Association. The Conference offers educational and networking opportunities based on the needs and interests of the membership. The Conference also serves as a fundraising event for the Association.
    • Timeframe: Meets monthly

Nominations Committee

    • Purpose: Develops a nominating slate for the Executives of the Board, Board Chairs, and Association Representatives of the Association.
    • Timeframe: Spring - Fall, meets monthly

Professional Development Committee

    • Purpose: Serves to provide professional development opportunities for the Association’s members. The Professional Development Committee tasks may include coordinating continuing education opportunities, collaborating with leaders of Districts and/or Special Interest Sections, and overseeing student representatives. 
    • Timeframe: Meets monthly, January - December

Recognitions Committee

    • Purpose: The Recognitions Committee seeks member-submitted nominations and honors individuals who have provided outstanding service to OTAC or the profession within Colorado. Nominees are reviewed by the Committee and submitted to the OTAC Board for review and final selection. Selected individuals or organizations may be honored at the OTAC Annual Business Meeting.
    • Timeframe: Meets monthly or as needed, Summer - Fall

Fundraising Committee

    • Purpose: Supports the development and implementation of fundraising activities including the annual Silent Auction, soliciting sponsors for OTAC and events, maintains a list of current and potential sponsors and creates fundraising activities to support the mission and objectives of OTAC.
    • Timeframe: Meets as needed


ABOUT OTAC

OTAC is the Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado. It is a non-profit organization that strives to increase the quality of care and level of professionalism to the practice of OT in Colorado.

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CONTACT

info@otacco.org

PO Box #271123
Fort Collins, CO 80527



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