Get Involved, Stay Involved
The CPTA Board consists of five officers and four directors that make and carry out the mandates and policies of CPTA as approved by the Assembly of Representatives. The CPTA Board directs all business and financial affairs of CPTA (including a yearly budget), directs all CPTA committees except for Nominating and Reference Committees, is responsible for CPTA publications, for Annual Conference, and maintains the CPTA Executive Office.
All committees, except the Nominating and Reference Committees, are responsible to and report to the CPTA Board. The Finance and Ethics Committees are specifically authorized by CPTA Bylaws, which list specific duties of these committees. All other committees are established by the CPTA Board, which determines their functions and receives their reports. Committees are advisory to the CPTA Board and carry out only those activities authorized by Bylaws, Board Policy, or CPTA charges.
Districts & SIGs
The main functions of the Districts are to partner with CPTA in the accomplishment of our Vision and goals, to provide an opportunity for members to participate in CPTA and APTA activities at a local level, and to represent the District membership to the Chapter.
Each year, Chapter members are encouraged to submit nominations for qualified candidates to represent CPTA through a variety of leadership positions. Recommendations are presented to the Nominating Committee in the Spring, the slate of candidates is announced in the Summer, and members vote for their candidates in the Fall.