You’ll get the most out of your membership if you invest time into helping WMCCAI committees stay active and innovative. From programs to publications to legislative activity, committee members provide the strength that enables the chapter to meet the needs of its member communities in the Washington metro area. Join one or more committees depending on your interest and time availability.

Some of the benefits:
Meet, network and establish a rapport with WMCCAI members.
Establish yourself and your company as a leader in the community association industry.
Keep abreast of industry changes, trends and developments.
Receive recognition among your peers for outstanding work and volunteerism.
Share your knowledge and experiences to create quality programs and services.

Communications Council

Outreach Committee: Responsible for developing, executing and maintaining programs to foster communications among Chapter members and between WMCCAI and the general public; to encourage participation in Chapter programs and volunteer opportunities; and to promote the value of CAI membership. This committee coordinate’s and implements the chapter’s Community Association of the Year contest.

Membership Committee: Responsible for promoting the value of CAI membership to existing members of the Chapter and the general public. This committee will identify and reach out to prospecting members to encourage them to join CAI.

Quorum Editorial Committee: Responsible for planning and developing content for Quorum, the Chapter’s monthly magazine with a circulation of approximately 3,100. This committee develops topics and appropriate content, and identifies and recruits appropriate authors and contributors.

Education Council

Conference & Expo: Responsible for the overall development and management of the Conference & Expo, including event promotion and exhibitor and sponsor recruitment. This committee works with the Education Committee to develop conference seminars.

Education Committee: Responsible for the development, promotion and presentation of educational programs, including the Board Leadership Development Workshop, manager education programs, and other programs based on the needs of Chapter membership. The committee also coordinates conference seminars with the Conference & Expo Committee.

Legislative Council

Legislative Committees: Responsible for identifying local, regional, statewide and federal legislative issues of importance to common-interest communities in the district, Maryland and Virginia. The committees monitor legislation and helps the chapter set specific issue priorities. The Chapter has three legislative committees: D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

Member Services Council

Golf Committee: Responsible for the overall management and planning of the Annual Golf Classic, including event promotion, sponsorship recruitment, and selection of event venue.

Chapter Events Committee: Responsible for coordinating and promoting activities and events for the chapter. Activities include Jump Start January, Annual Awards Dinner, happy hours, and other networking events. Planning includes location selection and sponsor recruitment.