CSPRC Committees

Volunteer with us! Joining a committee is a great way to expand your professional development, enhance your résumé, build your network and get involved in CSPRC.

The Communications Committee coordinates all channels of communication including website, electronic newsletters, traditional media, and social media to promote CSPRC programming, membership, events, and subject matter expertise.

The primary responsibility of the Membership Committee is to grow the membership of CSPRC through retention of existing members and recruitment of new members. Other responsibilities include orienting new members, coordinating an annual member survey, and producing the Membership Directory. 

The Program Committee is responsible for planning monthly professional development programs that attract members and guests. Committee members identify and research monthly program topics, schedule speakers, arrange all necessary details in collaboration with the committee chair, and evaluate each program.

CSPRC’s annual daylong Spectrum conference is uniquely designed to meet the needs of nonprofit organizations and nonprofit professionals. The Spectrum Committee is charged with planning all aspects of the conference, including identifying and securing speakers/presenters, soliciting sponsors, coordinating venue and logistics.

This committee's responsibility is to secure and steward sponsors for the annual Spectrum conference and help CSPRC cultivate partnerships. These efforts involve acquiring sponsors and partners as well as working to ensure they understand and receive the full benefits of the relationship.

 To join a committee or learn more, contact CSPRC, info@csprc.org, 314.416.2237.