Board & Committees Overview
Get the Most Out of Your Experience. Get Involved!
Be recognized by, and recognize your peers. Stay current and focused on what you need to know.
You'll get the most out of your membership if you invest time into helping CAI San Antonio committees stay active and innovative. Our committees implement the strategic plan for the Chapter. From programs to publications to legislative activity, committee members provide the strength that enables the Chapter to meet the needs of its member communities in the our area.Some of the benefits:
- Meet, network and establish a rapport with other industry members and the community association industry
- Establish yourself and your company as a leader in the community association industry
- Keep abreast of changes, trends and developments in the community association industry
- Recognition among peers for outstanding work and volunteerism
- Share knowledge and experiences to create quality programs & services to improve the community association industry
We're making it even easier to serve on a RMCCAI committee. The Technology Committee will be developing a plan to meet more efficiently via the Internet and via satellite site utilizing cameras and the Internet.
Communications CouncilMarketing Committee:
The committee is responsible for planning and implementing the "Charity of the Year," community outreach projects, the Community Association of the Year Contest and the development of Chapter membership retention and recruitment campaigns, inclusive of the Ambassador Program. Effors will include the development of marketing materials and cultivation of media presence.Publications Committee:
Responsible for the planning and development of content for the Chapter's monthly magazine, . The committee identifies topics and appropriate content and identifies and recruits appropriate authors and contributors.Technology Committee:
Responsible for monitoring, identifying and developing resource material to maintain on the Chapter's web site. In addition, identifies other trends in technology to increase awareness of the Chapter's services, programs and activities.
Legislative CouncilLegislative Committees:
Responsible for identifying legislative issues of importance to common interest communities in the specific jurisdiction of the committee. This includes local, regional, statewide and federal legislation. Monitors legislation and helps the Chapter set specific issue priorities.
Member Services CouncilAnnual Awards & Recognition Gala Committee:
Responsible for the overall management and planning of the Annual Awards Dinner, including selection of the location, entertainment, recruiting sponsors and promotion of the event.CA Day Committee:
Responsible for the overall management, selection of location, recruiting sponsors and planning of CA Day.
Education CouncilEducation Committee:
Charged with the development, promotion and presentation of educational programs, including ABCs for Association Leaders, Advanced ABCs, Legislative Update & Professional Forum and Employment Seminar for the Chapter membership, paying particular attention to the needs of each of the interest groups. In addition, the Education Committee coordinates Conference seminars with the Conference & Expo Committee