Committees

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President:  Matthew Villella        mvillella@leadershiptb.com

The Board consists of a minimum of 3 directors up to a maximum of 12 (generally 10 to 12) who are elected annually at the Annual General Meeting.   There are a number of positions:  President, Vice- President, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, Chair of Committees or a representative from a Committee, Directors at Large.

Time Commitment:    Eleven 2 hour meetings annually.   Generally held the second Wednesday of the month from 5:15 to 6:45 pm in the McNaughton Room of City Hall.

Work:   Various tasks as identified at meetings.    Note this is a Working Board.

ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT COMMITTEE

In 2017, two committees, the Alumni and Events and Sponsorship committees, combined to form the Alumni Engagement Committee.
Chair:    Darlene Wilson         Darlene.wilson@confederationcollege.ca

The Alumni Engagement Committee consists of representatives from each graduating class.  The individuals are either on the working group and/or assist with communications to their particular class as information is provided to them.    The Committee is responsible for the ACE Awards, organizing one fundraising event for LTB in any given year as well as participate at the June graduation.  Reaching out to alumni and the community through various events during the year helps to connect members and raise awareness of Leadership Thunder Bay throughout the city.

Time Commitment:   Various meetings throughout the year.   Committee members undertake the work required for the initiatives with the assistance of Management Services and thus the time commitment goes beyond the meetings.

Work:   Follow up with logistics regarding the ACE awards; the Education program; communication to classes (2004 – 2017).

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS

Chair:    Stephanie Reid        sreid@thunderbay.ca

Board Liaison:  Matthew Villella

The Communications Committee reviews the website for upgrading on a continual basis.   Ideas generated from the Board, the Alumni and others are forwarded to the Committee and ultimately to Management Services/Marketing for updating the site.  Social media is ongoing.    The Committee is also responsible for the quarterly newsletter.

Time Commitment:   approximately four 1 hour meetings annually.

Work:   Ongoing update of the website; review printed publications; examine social media opportunities; promote activities; write newsletter.

COMMUNITY ACTION PROJECTS (CAP)

Chair:  Cindy Nelson          cindy.nelson@rail.bombardier.com

The CAP Committee provides oversight to the annual CAP Teams.  Solicit community organizations who make applications for a team of leaders to undertake a community project.  Review applications and provide an overview to the Class to assist in selection of a CAP.

Time Commitment:    approximately 15 hours annually to liaise with your CAP Team and to attend CAP Committee meetings.

Work:   Attend meetings with your CAP Team as required.   Attend their project activities.   Attend graduation to view the project report.

CURRICULUM & EVALUATION

Chair:  Lynda Fraser        lyndaafraser@gmail.com

Board Liaison:  Kelly Fettes

The Curriculum & Evaluation Committee establishes the annual curriculum for the class.    A review of each Learning Day evaluation is provided to examine changes in the curriculum as noted from the input received.   Management Services Administrator and the Facilitators complete organizing the logistics and providing the teachings at the Learning Days.   On occasion members of the Committee assist with logistics.   Annual evaluations are undertaken for graduates and one-year follow-up.

Time Commitment:  approximately four 1 ½ hour meetings annually.   Some follow-up.   Longer meeting in June to establish the next year’s program.   Generally done with a pot luck supper.

Work:  Provide ideas for the program, review evaluations, minimal follow-up

 

FINANCE

Chair:  TBA

Oversees the finances of the organization.  Note By-law sections:   29; 50; 58 and 59

Time:   Meet as required throughout the year but annually with the auditor (generally in October).

GRADUATION

Chair:  Rebecca Johnson, Management Services Administrator       rjohnson@thunderbay.ca

This Committee consists of 2 or 3 members of the current class; Management Services and 2 or 3 previous graduates.   They meet in early January to review the work related to the graduation particularly logistics.    The Committee is responsible for ideas.  Management Services will undertake the majority of the work required such as ordering the plaques, venue, invitations, etc.

Time Commitment:  2 or 3 – one hour meetings and attendance at the Graduation.  Most work is done through email.

Work:  Various aspects and logistics of the graduation

MEMBERSHIP

Chair:    Greg Holden  gholden@towneplacesuitesthunderbay.com

The Membership Committee meets 1 to 2 times/year.    A note is sent by the Committee Chair to all members in late September or early October to have them renew their membership.  Sale of memberships is ongoing. Letters and a membership card are presented to members upon payment of the fee.

Time Commitment:  minimal

Work:  To invite individuals and organizations to join LTB

NOMINATIONS

Co-Chair:     Kelly Fettes   kelly.fettes@leadershiptb.com

Co-Chair:     Matthew Villella     mvillella@leadershiptb.com

Members:   two additional members from the membership or the Board of Directors as long as they are not seeking re-election to the Board.

The Committee meets annually once or twice or develop a Nomination List for Board Director positions for the upcoming fiscal year.

Time Commitment:  minimal

Work:  To invite individuals to sit on the Board of Directors

SELECTION & RECRUITMENT

Chair:    Tessa Murray    temurray84@hotmail.com

Six Members:     to undertake 2 interview panels of three persons each

Recruitment is done through Management Services/Marketing and the Board of Directors in conjunction with the Committee.   Interviews are done by the Committee during May and June and July if required.

Time Commitment:   Interviews during May/June – 3 half days – could potentially go to 4 depending on number of applicants

Work:  To confirm applicants for the program.    Interview candidates.

STAFFING SELECTION TASK FORCE   (H.R.)

Matthew Villella   mvillella@leadershiptb.com

Kelly Fettes     kelly.fettes@leadershiptb.com

The Task Force is established to undertake the annual performance review of management staff .  They also hire staff and/or renew contracts of management staff as required.

Time Commitment:   up to 10 hours annually

Work:    Oversight of organization’s staff.

 

Note: Each Committee has its own Terms of Reference which are approved by the LTB Board of Directors.