Committees & Programs

Functions of Committees in Nonprofit Organizations

Within successful nonprofit organizations, the board of directors accomplishes work and attains goals through committees. The goal of the committee is to focus efforts and break the work at hand into meaningful and controllable segments. Committees are work units of the organization, and make full use of the time, expertise and commitment of its members to address issues and achieve goals. While some committees may last for years, others will only exist for a matter of weeks or months, depending on the requirements of the task.


Milton Leadership Institute

MACC is launching a new leadership program for our members! Milton Leadership Institute will prepare promising leaders by acquainting them with significant community issues, needs, and pressing issues. Participants will engage in discussions with established leaders, go behind-the-scenes at key institutions/organizations, build leadership skills, create a lasting network of contacts, and research and present an idea for a potential future community project with a goal of giving back to the community. Commitment is 3-5 hours per month, September through May (likely third Tuesday morning of each month).

Some of the year-long sessions will include the following:

Role of Chamber/Committee & Leadership Opportunities – Real Colors Training
Nonprofits Impact/Needs in the Community
Conflict Management Training
City of Milton Roles/Responsibilities/Community Involvement Opportunities
Public Speaking/Presentation Skills Training
School District of Milton Roles/Responsibilities/Community Involvement Opportunities
History of Milton/Tourism
Business/Industry in Milton/Economic Development Opportunities
Graduation/Presentations/Individual Written Reports

Request more information and application from Dani Stivarius at execdir@visitmilton.com or Jenny Revels at jrevels@revelsconsulting.com.
Sponsored by: Diamond Assets, Revels Consulting and Badger State Maintenance.

 

MACC Business Advocacy Committee ~

The business advocacy committee consists of two board members, MACC members from the following industries: industrial, small business, Lake District, and agriculture, and the executive director. The business advocacy committee shall meet monthly and is responsible for exploring issues important to MACC members and representing the members in community conversations. The work of the committee revolves around four major areas.
⦁ Stay informed on local policy issues that impact members
⦁ Create a system of gathering member opinions on current issues
⦁ Create paths of communication with the MACC board for instances when response time cannot wait until the next board meeting.
⦁ Develop a plan to communicate, to the community, MACC’s stance on issues as needed to support the interests of the MACC board and membership

MACC Membership Services Committee ~

The membership services committee consists of two board members, four MACC members, and the executive director. The membership services committee shall meet monthly and is responsible for oversight and coordination of member benefits. The work of the committee revolves around five major areas. ⦁ Oversee membership programming
⦁ Create shared marketing opportunities
⦁ Focus on retaining members
⦁ Monitor current member services
⦁ Develop new member services ideas

MACC Events Overview Committee Job Description

The events overview committee consists of two board members, a City of Milton staff member, two Milton community members, and the executive director. The events overview committee shall meet monthly and is responsible for ensuring successful events. The work of the committee revolves around three major areas. ⦁ Coordinate all MACC events
⦁ Ensure adequate sponsorships
⦁ Evaluate event performance

MACC Business Advocacy Committee

The business advocacy committee consists of two board members, MACC members from the following industries: industrial, small business, Lake District, and agriculture, and the executive director. The business advocacy committee shall meet monthly and is responsible for exploring issues important to MACC members and representing the members in community conversations. The work of the committee revolves around four major areas. ⦁ Stay informed on local policy issues that impact members
⦁ Create a system of gathering member opinions on current issues
⦁ Create paths of communication with the MACC board for instances when response time cannot wait until the next board meeting
⦁ Develop a plan to communicate, to the community, MACC’s stance on issues as needed to support the interests of the MACC board and membership