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.
We Highlight Successes, Leaders, Best Practices, And Tools That Are Making An Impact In The Nationwide Movement To Reach 80% Screened For Colorectal Cancer.
Do you have a suggestion for a future blog topic? We welcome you to share your suggestions by emailing email@example.com.
Opinions expressed in these blog posts are that of the author and do not represent policies of the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable or the author’s institution.
Our staff moderate all comments on the 80% Blog. While we do not censor based on point of view, we will delete or edit comments that are offensive or off topic. Click here to view full version.
© 2023 American Cancer Society National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable. All rights reserved.