Board Committees

Overview
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Board Development Committee

This committee is responsible for reviewing and evaluating the bylaws, providing Board Member training, recruiting Board Members and other duties as may be so assigned by the Board of Directors. This committee also submits a slate of candidates for Board Officer positions to the Board for a vote.  The Board Development Committee shall include not less than five directors with one of those directors being a client.

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Client Advisory Committee

Alta California Regional Center’s (ACRC) Client Advisory Committee (CAC) is a group of clients that provide information and feedback to the ACRC Board of Directors from a client’s perspective. The CAC shall consist of up to twenty-five members appointed by the Board of Directors and representative of the various categories of disability served by ACRC. The CAC works to provide information and feedback to the Board from a client prospective.

Here you can access the Client Advisory Committee 2020-2021 meeting schedule.

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Executive Committee

The Executive Committee functions as a steering committee to advise and support the other Board committees, and an intake point for emerging issues and reviewing of POS policies.  The Executive Committee routinely reviews Board Policies, develops new Board Policies as indicated, participates in developing Board training and serves as a liaison with DDS.  The Executive Committee shall be composed of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Finance Committee Chair, ACRC Client Representative, and Member-at-large.   At such times as the Board of Directors is not

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Finance Committee

It is the responsibility of the Finance Committee to monitor budget expenditures, review fiscal information presented by the Executive Director and make fiscal policy recommendations to the Board of Directors.  The Finance Committee shall also assist in the selection of an independent auditor, to be approved by the Board of Directors, to conduct an annual audit of financial record-keeping and fiscal reporting methods and report to the Board of Directors the findings of such an audit.

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Provider Advisory Committee

Alta California Regional Center’s Board of Directors receives input from a variety of important subcommittees, one of which is the Provider Advisory Committee (PAC). The PAC is comprised of service providers contracted with Alta from ACRC’s ten-county area.

The Provider Advisory Committee shall provide advice, guidance, recommendations, and technical assistance to the regional center board in order to assist the regional center in carrying out its mandated functions.