The Association Committees have an active role in the continued success of FPTA, and all members are encouraged to get involved and make a difference. After all, this is YOUR Association! We need your input.
The Chairs, Co-Chairs and description of each committee are listed below:
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE – Chair: Scott E. Fox, CAPP [email protected]
The committee is made up of the President, President Elect, Treasurer, Secretary and Immediate Past President.
Responsible for keeping all financial aspects of the organization updated.
AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE COMMITTEE – Chair: Ray Mensah [email protected]
Oversees the receipt and scoring of all submissions and presents each submission and the winners at the Annual Conference. Works with Marketing committee for nominations.
CAROL EASTERLING AWARDS COMMITTEE – Chair: Sue Tellier [email protected]
Strives to assure that front-line employees from each organization are recognized for their hard work by recruiting for nominations, selecting and recognizing exemplar front line employees.
Recruits, plans, reviews, nominates all aspect of the annual conference.
Recruits, review and plans all aspects of the one day educational seminar which include presentations, venu selection, agenda
Develop quarterly newsletters, upkeep social media, association updates for website-publications, and general public relations for association.
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE – Chair: Angel Diaz [email protected]
Recruit new members including developing strategies/resources to encourage/enhance FPTA membership.
NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE – Chair: Mark Santos [email protected]
Recruitment, development and implementation of Annual Call of Nominations for the FPTA Board members.
RULES COMMITTEE – Chair: Thomas Szubka [email protected]
Continuously reviews the FPTA By-Laws for updating, development and implementation of changes.
Work with Conference Planner to secure golf course; coordinate with golf pro to develop teams, awards, etc.
Thank you for volunteering your time and expertise to FPTA; we welcome your new ideas and resources; we encourage members to join a committee and get involved with your Association.