Roundtable Committees

Members are encouraged to get involved in the activities of the Roundtable by joining one or more committees. Each committee is led by a Board member who serves as the committee Chair or Co-Chair. Contact the Managing Director for more information on how you can become an active part of the Roundtable.

Advocacy
The Advocacy Committee makes recommendations to the Board on the Roundtable advocacy policy and strategy. Current projects include identification and sharing of relevant advocacy tools with our membership and pursuing strategic partnerships between the Roundtable and other entities.

Communications
The Communication Committee makes recommendations on and develops content for the website and social media, as well as advises on electronic communications.

Conference
The Conference Committee designs and administers the annual Face to Face Conference, the Roundtable's largest single event.

Development
The Development Committee seeks financial and in-kind support for the various activities of the Roundtable and oversees activities including the silent auction, annual appeal, and benefit events. 

Diversity Task Force
The Diversity Task Force, our newest committee, explores the issue of diversity/equity in our organization and field and creates program content related to furthering diversity conversations and goals.

Finance
The Finance Committee monitors the Roundtable’s financial status, manages the budgeting process, and provides year-to-date and annual reports to the Board.

Membership & Nominating
The Membership & Nominating Committee oversees the process of recruiting new members and is intended be as inclusive as possible. This committee also advises the Executive Committee on matters related to governance and Board procedures.

Programs
The Programs Committee responds to Membership needs and interests and is responsible for the design and implementation of the organization’s monthly events.

TA Affairs
The TA Affairs Committee supports the teaching artist profession from the perspectives of both teaching artists and the organizations that employ them.