NASW Chapter Committees
Corresponding Documents to this PowerPoint are available at:
http://www.naswoh.org/displaycomm...
NASW, Ohio Chapter’s Mission
NASW – Ohio Chapter shall be the
recognized voice for Social Workers
in Ohio. ...
How do we accomplish our mission?
Through our committees. A committee is a
body of people who work together on the
chap...
Committees
Committees are
charged with
moving the
Chapter’s
strategic plan
from vision to
reality.
Role of the Committee
• To make recommendations to the full
board,
• To advise staff, or,
• In some cases, to take on a ...
Committees are
provided with
administrative
support from staff
and board
president.
Committee membership
• Committee Chairs are appointed by Board
President.
• Committee members must be a member of
NAS...
Committee Meetings
Committees meet occasionally face to face
but conduct much of their business via
conference calls and...
The Work
• In line with Chapter’s strategic
plan, committees are to:
–Establish goals and objectives
–Develop work p...
Reports and Records
Written records are critical.
– Meeting minutes
• Provides closure on action items
• Prov...
Written Charge
• Each committee has a written charge from
the board.
• The written charge includes: authorization
and ...
Standing Committees
• Program Planning and Budget
• Nominations and Leadership Identification
• Ethics/COI
• Membe...
Nominations, Identification and
Leadership Committee
The mission is to identify,
nominate and...
NLIC
Goals and Objectives
o Create a leadership development workshop.
o Recruit nominees for national leader...
View NLIC
Policies and Standards
Here
PACE
Political Action for Candidate Election
Committee Mission
o Endorse and support political candidates...
View PACE
Policies and Standards
Here
Membership Committee Mission
• Retain and Recruit members
• Provide positive public exposure for the
social ...
Ethics Committee
The 2009 – 2010 Ethics
Committee will be defining their
priorities in addition to their
mandated role of ...
View Ethics
Policies and Standards
Here
Professional Issues Committee
Formed to:
 Increase Chapter involvement and address issues of interest of
members
 Addres...
Professional Issues
Policies and Standards
• A new committee that is beginning to
develop structure.
International Service Committee
Mission
“The International Service
Committee's mission is to
promot...
Strategic Goals of ISC
• To increase educational opportunities at the NASW Ohio Chapter
conference and regional leve...
Legislative Committee Mission
Set the legislative agenda for the Chapter in
keeping with the National Delegate
Assembly...
A project of the
Legislative
Committee
Advocacy Day educates membership and
lawmakers to our advocacy agenda.
Advocacy Agenda
• Agenda
• Health and Human Services Workplace Sa
• Educational Debt Relief Fact Sheet
• Elimination of...
In addition to the standing committees,
the Chapter has additional projects
that are undertaken by a taskforce or
...
Task Forces/Ad hoc committees
• Created to handle
– specific tasks,
– issues, and
– operations
• Disbands when t...
Annual Conference Task Force
Mission
• Provide diverse quality educational
offerings, varied in-kind and ex...
Conference 2008
Awards Task Force
Mission is to enhance the
public’s perception of
social work through
identifying those who
disp...
2008Life Time Achievement Award
Betti Hinton, LISW-S
This orientation was to provide you basic information that
will assist you in your new leadership role.
A succ...
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  • 1. NASW Chapter Committees Corresponding Documents to this PowerPoint are available at: http://www.naswoh.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=260
  • 2. NASW, Ohio Chapter’s Mission NASW – Ohio Chapter shall be the recognized voice for Social Workers in Ohio. It shall be an organization that ensures excellence in the local and national social work standards, practice, education, and licensing, and shall be a powerful force in the political process
  • 3. How do we accomplish our mission? Through our committees. A committee is a body of people who work together on the chapter’s policy, program, or administrative issue.
  • 4. Committees Committees are charged with moving the Chapter’s strategic plan from vision to reality.
  • 5. Role of the Committee • To make recommendations to the full board, • To advise staff, or, • In some cases, to take on a significant project.
  • 6. Committees are provided with administrative support from staff and board president.
  • 7. Committee membership • Committee Chairs are appointed by Board President. • Committee members must be a member of NASW.
  • 8. Committee Meetings Committees meet occasionally face to face but conduct much of their business via conference calls and e-mail. Frequency of meetings is determined by the work of the committee.
  • 9. The Work • In line with Chapter’s strategic plan, committees are to: –Establish goals and objectives –Develop work plan –Carry out plan
  • 10. Reports and Records Written records are critical. – Meeting minutes • Provides closure on action items • Provides written progress made by committee – Quarterly written reports to Board
  • 11. Written Charge • Each committee has a written charge from the board. • The written charge includes: authorization and accountability, purpose, timeframe/type of committee, members, terms, criteria, and specific responsibilities
  • 12. Standing Committees • Program Planning and Budget • Nominations and Leadership Identification • Ethics/COI • Membership • Legislative • International Service • Professional Issues • PACE
  • 13. Nominations, Identification and Leadership Committee The mission is to identify, nominate and develop leaders of NASW. NLIC will cultivate leadership through recruitment, training, mentoring and recognition.
  • 14. NLIC Goals and Objectives o Create a leadership development workshop. o Recruit nominees for national leadership. o Establish leadership qualities, utilizing national priorities regarding diversity, students and public sector members. o Recruit and fill all slated positions for Ohio NASW leadership.
  • 15. View NLIC Policies and Standards Here
  • 16. PACE Political Action for Candidate Election Committee Mission o Endorse and support political candidates who support social work values; o Promote political education; and o Identify and promote social workers for public and political party offices.
  • 17. View PACE Policies and Standards Here
  • 18. Membership Committee Mission • Retain and Recruit members • Provide positive public exposure for the social work profession in Ohio, • Identify our contributions to the state and its citizenry, and • Recognize outstanding achievements by our members
  • 19. Ethics Committee The 2009 – 2010 Ethics Committee will be defining their priorities in addition to their mandated role of processing surrogate complaints. One focus being an ethics train the trainer curriculum.
  • 20. View Ethics Policies and Standards Here
  • 21. Professional Issues Committee Formed to:  Increase Chapter involvement and address issues of interest of members  Address issues specific to specialty areas of social work practice  Address issues related to any of social work practice groups - clinical, medical, administrative, community organizing, school, etc.  Address issues of local importance impacting social workers in specific geographic areas of the state  Provide timely responses to identified issues  Address issues in timely, responsive, and relevant manner  Provide “early identification” for emerging issues  Assist the Ohio Chapter in assuming a greater leadership role in addressing those issues of importance to membership
  • 22. Professional Issues Policies and Standards • A new committee that is beginning to develop structure.
  • 23. International Service Committee Mission “The International Service Committee's mission is to promote cultural competency and international social justice that is consistent with social work values and ethics."
  • 24. Strategic Goals of ISC • To increase educational opportunities at the NASW Ohio Chapter conference and regional level in the areas of cultural competency and international social justice, • To increase advocacy for both international issues and local issues that impact international persons, and • To strengthen networking amongst professionals regarding cultural competency and international issues.
  • 25. Legislative Committee Mission Set the legislative agenda for the Chapter in keeping with the National Delegate Assembly Program Priorities.
  • 26. A project of the Legislative Committee
  • 27. Advocacy Day educates membership and lawmakers to our advocacy agenda.
  • 28. Advocacy Agenda • Agenda • Health and Human Services Workplace Sa • Educational Debt Relief Fact Sheet • Elimination of Civil Service Exemption Fact
  • 29. In addition to the standing committees, the Chapter has additional projects that are undertaken by a taskforce or ad hoc committee.
  • 30. Task Forces/Ad hoc committees • Created to handle – specific tasks, – issues, and – operations • Disbands when their charge has been fulfilled
  • 31. Annual Conference Task Force Mission • Provide diverse quality educational offerings, varied in-kind and exchange of knowledge among social workers, so as to enhance the skill and professional growth of conference participants. • The committee shall be financially self- sufficient and generate positive revenue.
  • 32. Conference 2008
  • 33. Awards Task Force Mission is to enhance the public’s perception of social work through identifying those who display social work values, dedication and commitment.
  • 34. 2008Life Time Achievement Award Betti Hinton, LISW-S
  • 35. This orientation was to provide you basic information that will assist you in your new leadership role. A successful organization is based on the knowledge, skills, involvement, passion, and commitment of committee members. Take time to review this orientation as you prepare for your position on the Chapter’s committee leadership team. Each member plays a critical role in the success of the whole.

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