"NYSAE provides an excellent environment to learn new legislation impacting the association community, an opportunity to share information, and to hone leadership skills."
Mary Jane Eimer, CAE, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
The Board of Directors, led by the Chair and executive committee, are responsible for directing the organization, its finances and resources. All committees report up to a board liaison.
Develops categories and criteria for awards to be presented by NYSAE. Actively seeks recommendations from members for the various awards and recommends awardees to the Board. Identifies qualified members and determines recipients for the Awards. (Meets 3-4 times per year.)
Determines the educational needs of members and potential members and provides opportunities to address those needs. The committee, which includes the chairpersons of the Professional Development, Technology and CAE Career Enrichment Committees, is responsible for determining the vision for educational efforts, providing oversight of allied committees in program design and implementation and identifying and addressing any shortcomings in educational efforts. (Meets 6-8 times per year)
Advises and counsels the NYSAE Board of Directors and staff on plans for the annual Meet NY. Reviews and makes recommendations on all arrangements, including program, promotion, message, and theme. Develops recommendations and procedures directed toward member participation improving exhibit segment of program and assists in selling exhibit space. Works closely with the Vice President of Meetings & Conferences and Staff on all aspects. (Meets 4 times per year.)
Steadily increases the membership of NYSAE with an emphasis on expanding participation of association executives, managers and CEOs in not-for-profit organizations. Attracts and retains a membership with emphasis on diversity by ethnicity, race, and religion. Assures that all members feel welcome. (Meets 4-6 times per year.)
Develops the public relations & marketing plans based on the NYSAE Strategic Plan, and organizational needs and aspirations. The goal is to increase visibility, awareness and understanding of NYSAE, and the profession of association and not-for-profit management through an overall strategic public relations & marketing plan for NYSAE as well as plans for individual programs and services. (Meets 6-8 times per year)
Under the direction and with approval of the Board this committee will identify issues of importance to NYSAE members and their organizations and involve them in advocacy issues. In addition, individual members of the committee may be asked to help develop and maintain relationships necessary to be an influential leader in decisions that impact our profession. Committee Members may also be asked to contribute to the development of the New York Metropolitan area in order to make it a viable place for organizations to do business. (Meets 2-3 times per year.)
Helps members develop and expand their knowledge of available or emerging productivity tools and services related to: (1) management information systems; (2) communication technologies; and (3) office automation. Provides members with general guidance for both specific tools and overall systems and related methodologies. (Meets 3-4 times per year.)