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ACT Committees

The strength of ACT lies in the collective effort of its members that volunteer their time to serve on Chapters, Councils, and Committees.  Several of the committees, such as Conference Planing and Membership, are involved with the operation of ACT, while others, such as the Public Policy Committee, are actively involved in guiding ACT’s advocacy efforts for the benefit of all members.      

ACT members are invited to join in one or more committees that interest them.  Upcoming meeting times are shown in the events calendar.

Public Policy Committee
Chair: Jon Martz, VRide

The Committee is made up of a diverse group of members representing the broad mix of industries and issues involved in implementing commuter transportation programs and advancing transportation options.  The Committee is responsible for laying out and advancing ACT’s policy agenda.

Membership Committee
Chair: Beth Snoke, The Ohio State University

To establish general policies, programs, and procedures to secure new members; to be responsible for the implementation of these programs; to coordinate membership promotion activities; to make recommendations concerning membership engagement; and to serve the association as a sounding board on membership. 

Marketing/Communications Committee
Chair: Jude Miller, Marriott International

Design and implement strategies for promoting ACT by continuously strengthening its brand and developing web, social media, and other materials. The Committee’s objective will be to execute a comprehensive marketing and communications strategy which clearly presents ACT’s mission, promotes its members, and its services.

Professional Development Committee
Chair: Jim Barr, University of Vermont

To assist in identifying the training, education, and mentoring needs of the membership and act as a focus group for ACT when developing and updating programs and conferences. Oversee the development of ACT’s TDM certification program.