Committees

Our Chapter has several committees for members to be a part of.  This is a wonderful opportunity to volunteer your time and skills to benefit the Chapter.  The committees are made up of a Committee Chairperson that is determined by the President and the Board of Directors (must be a National APA member) and Committee Members.  The Committee Members are volunteers who are active members in good standing with the Atlanta Chapter of the APA and must attend 50% of the monthly chapter meetings.

 

 

Advisory Committee:

The Advisory Committee will be comprised of the voting board, immediate past president, and one other member.  The role of the Advisory Committee is to guide the chapter in the right direction, take previous experiences and share them with the chapter officers, or step in and question whether a decision is the right one for the chapter.


Education Committee
Committee Chair: CJ Easterling , CPP                               

The Education Chair shall be an active member in good standing with the National APA and the Atlanta Chapter of the APA with CPP Certification.  Committee members should be active members in good standing with the Atlanta Chapter of the APA.  The committee responsibility may include but is not limited to assisting the Officers and Board of Directors in securing meeting speakers, establishing meeting topics, insuring there are no schedule conflicts with the National APA calendar dates, and being advisors to the Certification Study Group Coordinator.

 

                                                                 

 

Certification Study Group Coordinator
Committee Chairs: CJ Easterling, CPP

The Certification Study Group Coordinator shall be an active member in good standing with the National APA and the Atlanta Chapter of the APA with CPP Certification.  The Coordinator will work with the Education Chair in setting up the facility, dates, trainers, and promotion of the Certification Study Group.  The Coordinator will also be responsible for any other jobs that the Education Chair may determine as necessary.

 

National Payroll Week Committee
Committee Chairs: John Hunt,CPP / Tracy Ravencraft, CPP / Stacey Seminara, CPP / Lisa Vandervelden, CPP / and Dorothy Waits, CPP

The NPW Chair shall be an active member in good standing with the National APA and the Atlanta Chapter of the APA.  The Chair will organize the chapter’s NPW activities, is the principal liaison with APA National for all NPW-related communications, and coordinates the chapter’s entry in the NPW contests.  Getting all chapter members motivated to participate in NPW is a top priority.  The committee shall be active members in good standing with the Atlanta Chapter of the APA.  The committee’s responsibility may include but is not limited to the promotion of NPW as established by National APA through educational outreach involving local schools, chapter celebrations, community service projects,  local government proclamations, and media outreach bringing recognition to “Payroll Professionals”.

 

Statewide Committee
Committee Chairs: CJ Easterling, CPP and Priti Rughani, CPP

Other Committees

The Officers and Board of Directors may create special committees as deemed necessary for the continuation of the Chapter’s Mission of Education and promotion of Payroll Professionals.