Committee Information

Committee Descriptions 

 Charity Committee - Paul Pajor

  • Identify a local or national charity (every other year) for the chapter to support
  • Promote awareness and solicit charitable donations for the charity through official Chapter communication vehicles (newsletter, website, etc) and at IAEM functions during the year

 Communications |Social Media Committee - Moriah Hathaway-Casey

  • Contribute ideas, written articles or other sources of content for 6 Chapter newsletters (separate designer will produce newsletter)
  • Update Chapter website content (separate designer will update web pages)
  • Calendar Tool - track Chapter calendar (official chapter events, marketing schedules, industry events, etc.) to provide resource for Chapter utilization in one location
  • Provide chapter members with communication vehicles such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
  • Update and monitor all social media vehicles

 Member Engagement Committee - Heather Larson

  • Reach out and personally welcome new chapter members & connect them with a “buddy” as part of our Chapter Buddy Program
  • Recruit members to become active with a Chapter Task Force
  • Plan Annual Member Mixer and Volunteer Drive

 Program Committee –  Vicki Lepore, CEM & Dawn Young, CEM 

  • Plan pre-determined number of educational programs per calendar year (approx 4)
  • Plan the Chapter’s Annual Business Meeting

Special Events Committee

  • Plan the annual Kickball Tournament – Cate Hunter and Sean McDonaugh
  • Plan the annual Chapter Golf Outing –Brian Kester and Julie Ichiba
  • Plan the annual Holiday Party – Jean Heis, CMP

Sponsorship Committee – Brent Linkin & Jean Heis, CMP

  • Provide valuable and unique sponsorship and advertising opportunities to associate members through research, surveys and industry standards
  • Assist Chapter in raising revenue through the promotion and solicitation of sponsorship and advertising
Young Professionals Committee - Cassie Thompson

  • Provide focus on the needs of those who are at the beginning of their career paths
  • Continue to identify young professionals within IAEE’s Midwestern Chapter membership, determine their special needs and expectations and develop initiatives specifically designed to meet their needs
  •  Recommend educational, networking and other programs and initiatives to IAEE with the needs of young professionals in mind
  • Develop new initiatives designed to attract, engage and retain individuals of diverse backgrounds and interests
  • Contribute to and support IAEE’s student outreach efforts aimed at raising awareness of the value of IAEE membership and recruiting student members
  • Provide a social and professional support network for this important segment of IAEE Midwestern Chapter members

Please contact, Chapter Coordinator, Elizabeth Haley if you are interested in joining a committee.