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Committees and Action Teams
Volunteers Needed for APBP Committees and Action Teams

Chaired by our board members, APBP's Committees and Action Teams help the association meet its strategic goals. Volunteering for APBP offers many one-of-a-kind opportunities for personal growth and professional development that let you get involved, meet new colleagues, and give back to the profession. Ready to lend a hand? 
Chances are, you'll find something here to suit your style and aspirations.

APBP's five committees are Alliances, Communication, Education, Membership and Advancement. Each one comprises several action teams, each working on exciting programs to build the profession!

Alliances Action teams that work on conference planning, partnerships and special projects. Join the Alliances Committee to get involved in:
• Conference planning at all levels
• Collaboration with other organizations that help advance livable communities
• Special initiatives such as the Women Cycling Project

Leadership: Kate Whitfield and Byron Rushing

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Action teams that promote communication between members, other groups, and the public. Join the Communication Committee to get involved in:
•  APBP’s e-news, list serve and website
•  Social media, media and the annual report
•  Policy work (U.S., Canada, international)

Leadership: Heath Maddox and Vivian Coleman

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Action teams that help members advance their careers and professional relationships. Join the Membership Committee to get involved in:
•  Chapters and networking among members
•  The new mentor program and Young Professionals group
•  Annual meeting and awards program

Chairs: Madeline Brozen and Jessica Mortell

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Action teams that develop and deliver state of the practice information. Join the Education Committee to get involved in:
•  The webinar program
•  The biennial Professional Development Seminar
•  Best-practices guides and programs
•  Workshops on bike parking, complete streets and accessibility
•  APBP’s biennial State of the Profession survey

Chair: Brian Patterson, Mary Anne Koos and Tom Bertulis

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Action teams that create financial capacity to support APBP's work on behalf of its members. Join the Advancement Committee to get involved in:
•  The Business Directory
•  Marketing and outreach
•  Scholarship programs
•  The Ken Cross student research poster contest

Chair: Craig Williams

Click here to join the Advancement Committee