The NYMAC Chapter of AABE has established the following standing and special committees to facilitate the day-to-day work of the Chapter:
The primary function of the Corporate Communications Committee is to communicate the activities and events of the Chapter both internally, and to all external stakeholders via the AABE NYMAC LISTSERVE.
The Committee is also responsible for producing the NYMAC newsletter and distributing it to all key stakeholders on a regular basis.
Responsible for developing strategies for marketing events and activities to the membership and other interested persons or organizations outside of the Chapter.
The Committee is also involved in mentoring and other community service projects.
Legislative Issues & Public Policy Resources (LIPPR)
Promotes AABE’s National Agenda on energy issues as outlined by the National Legislative Issues and Public Policy Committee.
The LIPPR committee is responsible for communicating with key legislative and government agencies on issues such as global warming, new technology, renewables and energy-efficiency standards.
The Membership Committee directs all activities of the Chapter concerned with the recruitment and maintenance of members. The committee receives and processes all applications for membership, including reinstatements, and notifies the membership of all such applications upon submission to the National Association and the local chapter.
The Membership Committee is also responsible for preparing membership packages for prospective members and representing the Chapter at various events where there are opportunities to present benefits of the Chapter to the public.
In addition, they assist members with information on the Chapter and inform members of upcoming events and opportunities in the energy industry.
The Scholarship/Education Committee is responsible for maintaining procedures to be adopted by the general membership for identifying scholarship candidates and disbursement of funds.
This Committee is also primarily responsible for fund raising activities with regard to the annual scholarships that the Chapter awards to qualified students.
The Committee additionally provides mentors for scholarship winners, ensuring AABE remains a resource for upcoming professionals.
The Special Events Committee provides members with information on available training and opportunities for their personal and professional development.
The Special Events Committee is also responsible for assisting the Communications Committee with the development of educational information that is disseminated both internally and externally.
General meetings for the Chapter are developed and held at local member company offices.
The Technology Committee is responsible for maintaining up-to-date content on the local AABE NYMAC website.
The Committee is also responsible for ensuring the AABE® logo and brand are appropriately utilized.