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Committees

CAI Greater Los Angeles Chapter has ten committees that help us serve our mission.

Community Outreach

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Education and Development

Executive Summit

Golf Committee

Legislative Support

Marketing and PR

Programs and Expo

Publications

Social Events

Community Outreach Committee

The Community Outreach Committee is responsible for developing community projects that benefit residents in Los Angeles County and demonstrate CAI’s commitment to our community. Time commitment: Meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of the Month and as needed, and attendance at community outreach events.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee

The purpose of the DEI Committee is to intentionally empower the Community Associations Institute Greater Los Angeles Chapter membership to advocate, and cultivate a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment for all members through awareness, education, and leadership. Time commitment: Meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the Month and as needed, and participation in committee projects.

Education and Development Committee

The Education and Development Committee plans and coordinates online webinars and workshops for managers and HOA leaders. Members also train and organize the facilitators. Additionally, this committee oversees the Coaching to Credentials mentoring program for managers, and the community college curriculum to bring new professionals into the field. Time commitment: Meetings on the 1st Thursday of the month and as needed, and attendance at events.

Executive Summit Committee

This committee plans and stages the annual Executive Summit, a one-day elevated educational conference for management company executives. Time commitment: Meetings as necessary and attendance at the event.

Golf Committee

The Golf Committee plans and stages the annual Golf Tournament, which is the Chapter’s largest fundraiser. Time commitment: Monthly meetings early in the year, then bi-weekly meetings closer to the event, which is in late April. Provide volunteer support at the event.

Legislative Support Committee

The Legislative Support Committee supports CAI’s lobbying efforts in Sacramento at the local level by disseminating information to members, fundraising, and increasing awareness about current legislative issues. Chair and Chapter Delegates participate in monthly virtual meetings of the California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC) and presentation of periodic legislative updates at programs. Attendance at CLAC’s annual “CA Day at the Capitol” and “A Day in the District” is encouraged. Time commitment: Meetings on the 1st Wednesday of the month and as necessary to meet lobbying demands at local level.

Marketing and PR Committee

The Marketing and PR Committee is responsible for increasing Chapter membership and engagement through traditional marketing channels, including social media, disseminating information about Chapter events, news, and activities. Additionally, members of this committee serve as ambassadors to new members at Chapter events, and provide outreach to current and prospective members. Time commitment: Meetings on the 3rd Thursday of the month; time spent planning, creating, and posting content; coordination with other committees; and attendance at Chapter events.

Programs and Expo Committee

The Publications Committee oversees the bi-monthly FOCUS Magazine and the annual Membership Directory. Committee members work on themes and content for both publications. One key objective will be to establish and follow strict deadlines for all publications. Time commitment: Meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of the month and as necessary, and taking on editorial assignments to coordinate and find authors for assigned content.

Publications Committee

The Programs and Expo Committee plans and stages in-person educational events that include the monthly educational luncheons and breakfasts, the annual expo, and other trade shows. Time commitment: Meetings on the 1st Monday of the month and as needed, plus attendance at luncheons, breakfasts, and the expo to assist as necessary.

Social Events Committee

The Social Events Committee is responsible for putting on several events including Dodger Night, the Awards Gala, and other events. The group puts together a budget, decides the location, and determines the sponsorships necessary to attract additional participation by Chapter members, and stages the events. Time commitment: Meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of the month and more frequently in the month prior to each major event. Provide volunteer support at the events.

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