• Executive Committee: Lucille Eckrich (President), Paul Lebow (Vice President), Steven Walsh (Treasurer) and John Howell (Secretary)
  • Communications and Website Committee:  Bo-Young Lim and Paul Lebow (co-chairs)
  • Membership and Movement Committee:  Sue Peters (chair)
  • Finance and Fundraising Committee: Steven Walsh and Mark Young (co-chairs)
  • Research and Policy Committee:  Govert Schuller (chair), Mike Holden (vice-chair)
  • Legislative Action Committee:  Joe Bongiovanni and Tom Wilda (co-chairs)
  • Board Development Committee:  Lucille Eckrich (chair)

 

DESCRIPTIONS OF COMMITTEES

The Executive Committee leads and oversees the work of the Board and the Alliance in pursuance of its Mission and Purpose and in accord with its Guiding Principles.

The Communications and Website Committee develops and maintains the Alliance website, social media platforms, educational materials and public relations activities.

The Membership and Movement Committee grows the individual membership and builds their leadership, relationships and membership infrastructure. It nurtures the formation of local, regional and state-wide Chapters of Alliance members, supports them, and helps to coordinate educational and movement building efforts. It maintains a liaison with level 1 and 2 organizational members to garner their official endorsement of, and active support for, Alliance research, education and policy on monetary reform.

The Finance and Fundraising Committee cares for the Alliance finances through collection of dues, grant writing, solicitation of donation, organizing fundraisers, and pursuit of other areas of financing for the Alliance. It secures audits as needed, produces the annual report with the Treasurer, and apprises the Board and membership of needs and opportunities to raise funds for the Alliance.

The Research and Policy Committee collects, conducts, publishes and otherwise provides the membership and the general public with research and resources on the need for and mechanics and policy implications of monetary reform.

The Legislative Action Committee works to develop monetary reform legislation that transitions the US from our existing money and banking system to a transparent public sovereign money system, and to educate potential sponsors and co-sponsors.

The Board Development Committee solicits and vets nominations for the Board, develops and secures Board approval of the procedure for elections, and carries out elections. It makes sure new Directors are oriented and mentored by existing Directors, and it communicates with the Board regarding potential Advisors.