Networking | Learning | Advancement
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. ACHE of Alabama currently utilizes seven committees to support the achievement of the Chapter’s goals and objectives, as listed below. Committee Directors are appointed by the Chapter President to serve a one-year term and Committee members are appointed by the Committee Directors to serve a two-year term.
Purpose: To actively assess, plan, and implement annual programs for education and professional development, as well as networking opportunities for members and the local healthcare community. Coordinates education offerings with Region Members at Large, assuring compliance with ACHE guidelines for local credits.
Purpose: To establish ongoing sponsorship opportunities and to equip Board members to recruit sponsors from their professional networks.
Membership Engagement and Advancement Committee
Purpose: To serve as a resource to assist Chapter members with advancement issues, including Board of Governors Exam preparation. This committee will also be engaged in developing networking opportunities in collaboration with the Programs Committee.
Purpose: To appropriately develop and implement timely communications which effectively inform Chapter members and the local healthcare community about upcoming Chapter events and activities. Publishes Chapter communications, including quarterly newsletter, and regularly updates website and social media. Researches the most effective way of communicating with members.
Purpose: The serve as a resource to assist Chapter with the active integration of physician leaders into ACHE and ACHE of Alabama.
Purpose: To identify and recruit volunteers to serve on ACHE of Alabama’s Board of Directors. The Committee members include two current Chapter Officers, one being the Vice-President/President-Elect. The Alabama Regent shall be an ex officio, voting member.
Purpose: The audit committee shall consist of two Chapter members appointed by the Chapter Board. The audit committee shall arrange and supervise an annual audit of the Chapter in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and practices.