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NAHAM Committee Roles and Responsbilities 

As a NAHAM committee member, you are expected to remain an active and regular participant in committee activities. Your roles and responsibilities as a committee member are listed below. Please read them carefully.

Committee Chair

  • Guide the committee in setting goals and objectives
  • Coordinate calendar of meetings and agendas with staff
  • Lead meetings and conference calls and follow-through on action items
  • Nominate potential committee members 
  • Represent committee and report on activities to the NAHAM Board of Directors

Committee Members

  • Attend at least 75% of all meetings or calls
  • Respond to at least 75% of emailed requests for feedback/suggestions/input
  • Come to meetings prepared, having read meeting material in advance
  • Maintain the confidentiality of committee activities
  • Read all meeting minutes and provide feedback, if necessary
  • Complete work assignments in agreed upon time frame or notify chair of any delay
  • Adhere to the further requirements outlined in the committee charter

Failure to meet your committee responsibilities may result in your removal from the committee.  

By applying for a committee position, you confirm that you are willing and able to meet these responsibilities and to be an active, contributing member.  

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