The Membership Committee shall identify interest and nominate individuals for membership in the Association through a coordinated program of activities; and shall have as its purpose the increase of membership and retention of existing members in conformance with acceptance standards.
The Government Affairs Committee shall work to improve conditions relative to the ownership and management of commercial real property, particularly where they may relate to municipal, state, and federal legislative, code, judicial, and regulatory actions.
The Programming and Education Committee is responsible for securing speakers for ten of our monthly lunch meetings in addition to scheduling the entertainment for the December holiday luncheon.
In addition, the Committee shall make every effort to sponsor and promote educational programs to enhance the level of professional knowledge available to our members.
The Community/Membership Interaction Committee will work closely with the Dayton BOMA Association Executive (BAE) to coordinate social events (i.e. the annual golf and dinner theatre outings) in an effort to promote goodwill among the Dayton BOMA membership.
The Newsletter Committee is responsible for obtaining and editing articles, securing advertising and working with a printer to publish the newsletter. The format shall be a PDF file in addition to hard copy and shall be published no less than three times a year. The Dayton BOMA Board of Directors may ask the Newsletter Committee to take the newsletter out to bid.
The purpose of the Energy and Environment Committee is to share information regarding sustainability initiatives as well as legislative alerts.
The purpose of the Dayton BOMA Emergency Preparedness Committee is to give industry leaders a forum to collaborate, promote and encourage emergency preparedness as a means of safeguarding human life and business continuity. The committee will identify and disseminate information that will benefit BOMA members on emergency preparedness, general building safety and related issues.