2022 OCCMA Committee Roster
Nominating. Recommend candidates for the OCCMA Board of Directors for the following year at the Annual Membership Meeting in September. Consists of not less than three members. The Immediate Past-President, or other active member appointed by the President, shall chair the committee.
Ethics. Monitor OCCMA and ICMA member compliance with the ICMA Code of Ethics. The Committee also serves as the local fact-finding body inquiry. Work with other committees to help educate members about the ICMA Code of Ethics.
Support for Managers. To connect our members with the network of opportunities to gain knowledge, insight, experience and perspective through developing other professionals in the field.
Bylaws & Policy. Review Bylaws and Constitution and recommend amendments as requested by the President and Board of Directors.
Audit. Meet with the Secretary-Treasurer to review all financial transactions, and provide a report to the Board after the close of the fiscal year. Select and guide auditor for OCCMA financial review. Consists of the President-Elect, and two other directors appointed by the President.
Professional Development. Enhance and promote professional development and training opportunities to help advance the professional capabilities of OCCMA members. The President-Elect shall chair the committee.
Ad Hoc Committees
Communications. Maintain and enhance multimedia member communication and information exchange programs.
ICMA Liaison. Identify and recommend actions in relation to the ICMA/OCCMA Affiliation Agreement and provide updates on international issues.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. Advancing diversity, equity and inclusion of and for the Membership of OCCMA.
Veterans Committee. Explore interest in the creation of a Veteran’s in Local Government group through a survey.
2023 Dues Committee. Review ICMA’s dues restructuring plans and evaluate pro-rating of dues and consider a flat fee structure for cities under a certain population.
Northwest Women's Leadership Academy (NWWLA) Steering Committee and Leadership Team. Continue to support and grow the relationship with NWWLA.
Civic Education Committee. Provide tools, resources, and information to OCCMA members for when they are educating newly elected officials, the community (i.e. chamber of commerce and civic classes), and future local government employees about local government and what city managers do.
Scholarship Committee. Develop structure and guidance for the Roger Jordan and Charlie Henry Scholarship Funds. Develop a funding plan and create an avenue for donations for these funds as well as for the NWWLA scholarship program. Determine how the remaining Host Committee funds will be spent.