SEHPBA Committees 2011-2012 Revised
Immediate Past President
Responsibility – Included but not limited to - interviews and job research for Affiliate Website development, outside contractors and immediate matters of concern.
Bob Wise Chair, Trent Simmons, Tom Albert
Responsibility – Included but not limited to provide educational programs for membership
Examples – NFI Review and Exam for Gas, Wood and Pellet. Education agenda for Annual Meeting. New education program implementation.
---------- Chair, Cindy Wise, Bill Hynd, Wayne Paul, Theresa Sottler
Responsibility – included but not limited to site development, planning and implementation for Annual Meeting each year.
Ken Warren Chair, Bill Carnes,
Responsibility – including but not limited to acquiring individuals willing and capable of serving as members of SEHPBA Board of Directors, State Representatives or appointment as Member At Large.
Tom Parks Chair, Cindy Wise, Wayne Paul, Danny Manning, Dana Richens
Responsibility – Including but not limited to oversight and update of Website, oversee support of quarterly Newsletter, Flash E-Mails, back up support of other committees.
Dick Hoffman Chair, Bill Hynd, Tom Albert
Responsibility – included but not limited to retaining and advancing membership in SEHPBA. Overseeing Annual dues, recommendations on changes when needed. Create promotional materials to improve membership levels.
Ways and Means
Mitch Johnson Chair, Bill Hynd, Bill Carnes, Cindy Wise
Responsibility – including but not limited to establishing annual budget and oversee implementations of budget. Quarterly reviews of budget to stay on track.
Bob Wise (SC) Chair, Bill Carnes (FL) , Bob Wise (SC), Danny Manning (TN), Jody Rush (AL), Richard Oliver (GA), Patrick Tinsley (NC)
Responsibility - Representing the interests of its members with state and local government and /or regulatory bodies, code bodies or interested parties in jurisdictions where the corporation is located.
Long Range Planning
Dick Hoffman Chair, Mitch Johnson
Responsibility – The purpose of the strategic and long range planning committee is to help provide a “road map” and guide each committee in preparing for future needs. Strategic planning also helps make sure all are working together toward common goals in a congruent and cohesive fashion. This planning insures a smooth transition and continuity as new members join the board and others move on.