Keystone Emergency Management Association
Evalyn Fisher, email@example.com
The Planning Committee of the Keystone Emergency Manager's Association is entrusted with the responsibility to periodically review the organizations governing rules and propose amendments to these rules for consideration by the membership when such changes are:
- Requested by the Executive Board.
- Requested by the membership.
- Necessitated by outside influences such as changes in laws or other instruments that supersede the organizations authority.
- Determined by the By-Laws committee to be in the best interest of the organization.
The Committee may also advise the membership regarding possible impacts to consistency or operation that may be caused by by-laws amendments originating from outside the Committee (those originating from the membership). Finally, during meetings of the association, at the request of the Chair, the Committee, in whole, or in part, may provide advice regarding parliamentary process.
Click link below for KEMA By-Laws:
KEMA By-Laws_Approved 10.5.2013
“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there.”
The mission of this committee is to craft a visionary document that will help guide KEMA in three-year increments. Strategy planning is critical to organizational success and helps to answer the questions: What do want to be? Who do we want to serve and have help us serve? How do we get there? The KEMA strategic plan resulting from this committee, and consistently updated by it, will be the steering mechanism of the association.