Roundtable Committees

The three standing committees of the Roundtable are the:

  • Bylaws Committee
  • Membership Committee, and
  • Nominating Committee

The duty of the Bylaws Committee is to make and/or review any proposed bylaws amendments and present them, in writing, to the Roundtable membership at least 30 days before the Annual Meeting for a vote at the Annual Meeting.

The duty of the Membership Committee is to review applications for membership and making recommendations for membership to the Steering Committee.

The duty of the Nominating Committee is to meet yearly, at least two months before the Annual Meeting, to prepare a slate of candidates for both Steering Committee membership and the Chair and/or Vice Chair of the Roundtable, as needed.

The slate of candidates will be emailed to the Roundtable membership at least 30 days prior to the Annual Meeting to be voted on at the Annual Meeting.

Please click here to view a copy of our Bylaws

Task Groups

Task Groups

The work of the Roundtable is conducted by several Task Groups, focusing in the areas of:

  • health provider education;
  • public education;
  • health policy;
  • quality assurance; and
  • disparity issues

in the area of colorectal cancer screening, prevention, and early detection.

The diversity of the Task Groups allows the Roundtable to address colorectal cancer screening, prevention, and early detection on many different fronts. Each Task Group contributes its own unique perspective to the Roundtable’s collective effort in the fight against colorectal cancer.

This structure allows the Roundtable to leverage the skills and expertise of the 60 plus member organizations to advance work on shared priorities. Through this spirit of cooperation, the Roundtable taps into the expertise of its member organizations to:

  • create tools
  • conduct studies
  • develop consensus on outreach, and
  • support projects

that can advance the community’s overall work in this area.