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ICTA Committees

Standing Committees

Following are the standing committees of the institute as established by ARTICLE XI, Section 1 of the Bylaws of the Institute of Certified Tax Administrators.

Admissions Committee

Responsible for reviewing applications from prospective members to verify that the applicant has completed the requirements for membership in the institute. The committee chairperson is responsible for collecting all applications filed for review, calling meetings of the committee to review applications, notifying applicants of the committee’s determination regarding membership, and presenting the committee’s recommendations to the Board of Directors for approval at the annual business meeting of ICTA held during the TAAO/ICTA conference.

 
Estimated Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per week in July to review applications
Chair: Eva Bush
Members: Tylene Gamble, Shirley Madej



Nominating Committee

Responsible for selecting candidates for election by the ICTA membership for the office of Director. The chairperson is responsible for causing a ballot to be mailed to each member of ICTA at least 30 days prior to the time of the annual meeting. (Polls close at the end of the 30 day notice of the election notice.) The committee is required to list more than one candidate for each position to be filled on the ballot.

Estimated Time Commitment: 1-2 hour meeting prior to chairperson’s preparation and delivery of a ballot to the membership. 
Chair: Janet Jennings-Doyle
Members: Michelle Cardenas, Johnny Ivy



Election Tellers Committee

Responsible for tabulating the votes cast for the election of the ICTA Board of Directors. All committee members must be present for the tabulation meeting at the annual conference. Any committee member unable to attend this meeting must contact the committee chair or ICTA chair with a replacement member to serve in their stead. The chairperson is responsible for reporting the results of the election at the annual business meeting of the ICTA held during the TAAO/ICTA annual conference.
 
Estimated Time Commitment: Approximately 2 hours at the annual TAAO/ICTA Conference to tabulate votes
Chair: Cathy Atkinson
Members: Jim Hudspeth, Mark Boenke



Bylaws Committee

Responsible for recommending changes to the ICTA bylaws to ensure the future success of the institute. The chair of the committee is responsible for calling meetings of the committee when issues arise that require the committee’s attention. It is also the responsibility of the chair to present any recommendations for changes to the bylaws to the membership for their consideration during the annual meeting of the ICTA during the TAAO/ICTA conference.
 
Estimated Time Commitment: Very little if no issues arise. Depends on complexity of issue. 
Chair: Patricia Davis
Members: Bruce Medley, Roy Hale



Resolutions Committee

Responsible for preparing and recommending resolutions (such as those honoring members that have passed away) to the Board of Directors and presenting them at the annual business meeting of ICTA.

Estimated Time Commitment: Very little if no issues arise. Depends on complexity of issue. 
Chair: Tina Morton
Members: Tiffany Seward



CTA of the Year Commmittee

Responsible for selecting one member for the highest honor of the institute. This award recognizes a CTA who performs high quality work, is devoted to excellence, and maintains a professional image befitting the Institute of Certified Tax Administrators
 
Estimated Time Commitment: 1-2 hours during June or July to judge nominations.
Chair: Jim Hudspeth
Members: Frutoso Gomez, Anita Henry, Joyce Schanhals



Special Committees

The following special committees are established under ARTICLE XI, Section 2 of the Bylaws of the Institute of Certified Tax Administrators.

Fundraising Committee

Responsible for soliciting funds to be used for CTA luncheon during the annual TAAO/ICTA conference in August. Typically this committee sends letters to the ICTA membership and sponsor friends soliciting donations between April and June. Also responsible for coordinating a fundraising activity, typically held at conference.

Estimated Time Commitment: 4-6 hours per month during April and June for preparing solicitation letters.
Chair: Cheryl Jordan
Members: Amanda Miller, Dorset Neeley, LaToya Ross Terry, Trajuana Phillips



Membership Committee

The membership committee advises the board on where focus is needed to increase membership participation, and contacts all non-renewed members each spring to determine any reasons they may not be renewing.

Estimated Time Commitment:  2 -3 hours per week when contacting non-renewals.
Chair: Cheryl Jordan
Members: Mike McKibben


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