Works across all chapter committees to provide public and private access to online information, solution options for automation of processes, and ongoing updates to contact information and web content.

CHAIRMAN         Carol Kovak

MEMBERS          Mary Beth Todd, Karen Beckman, Deanna Souther, Irene Muzio, Terry Wenig

This committee is responsible for development and management of the systems used to maintain member contact information, chapter web presence and the associated plugins/ tools used for public/private access/communication, process automation and tool integration with the system platform.   Systems include:

Chapter Hub to creates and maintains member accounts, email access and member rosters, submits new and member renewal dues payments to national and provides notifications to Treasurer, ensures Chapter Board and Appointed Board Rosters are current within 30 days of their election on or before June 1 and throughout the fiscal year as necessary.

Chapter Website includes development and maintenance of the chapter web, enables online donations, event payments,  volunteer sign-ups, program/committee pages, and/or new operational process automation. This committee works together with all chapter committees to evolve and keep our business model efficient and working.

Other automation / tools / maintenance include:  Email Communications, Survey Monkey, Technical Accounts,  FLICKR

“Many opportunities to get involved, it’s flexible, you can take on one or some”

Administrators –  participate in event/chapter online activity management.  Examples of work include:  overseeing volunteer sign-up sheets/reporting, chapter calendar, editing/updating website content, editing/updating rosters/reporting.  Help refine working documents for individuals to pick up / transfer these roles.

Researchers –  seek out information on new tools or capabilities needed and help to make recommendations

Developers – develop new automation processes using web tools or plug-ins, create new webpages, document automation processes.

Testers – participate in verification of automation processes (worthiness, usefulness, level of instruction required, production readiness) … rate the automation process.

Committee Reps – act as a conduit between a committee and technology team. Collects/Shares needs and requirements on automation tools, online content, etc.

“Snapshot of the moving parts existing, underway and planned”