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Chapter Recognition Committee (CRC)

An ATD advisory committee comprised of chapter leaders and charged with identifying, recognizing, and sharing chapter best practices.
2019 ATD Chapter Leader Committees
ATD offers chapter leaders chapter-related ATD committee volunteer opportunities through the Chapter Recognition Committee (CRC) and ATD Chapter Leaders Conference Program Advisory Committee (ALC PAC). By serving on an ATD chapter committee, you’ll receive cutting-edge information about the talent development industry and opportunities to develop additional professional competencies, learn more about chapter best practices, and network with ATD staff and leaders.

The application deadline is Friday, October 18, 2019.

CRC members recommend and select Sharing Our Success (SOS) submissions for recognition and recognize chapters for the Chapter of the Month (COM) distinction. For more information, check out our chapter-related ATD committees at-a-glance document.

CRC Resources

  • Sharing Our Success (SOS): The SOS program helps chapters improve through sharing easy-to-use ideas, resources, and practices in the areas of communication, contribution to the community, membership, and the development of programs, products, and services. If your chapter has a best practice, sample form, or template to share, submit your SOS best practice.
  • Chapter of the Month (COM): The COM program highlights a chapter each month that deserves special recognition. Recipients must have had an approved SOS accepted, be Chapter Affiliation Requirements (CARE) achieved, and have not been recognized within the past 18 months.
  • CRC FAQs: Find out more about the work of the committee and the SOS and COM selection process.
2019 Chapter Recognition Committee Members
CRC Chair
Baton Rouge Chapter
enbeckham@hotmail.com

Elizabeth has been an...
Florida Suncoast Chapter
jbuckleyconsulting@gmail.com

Jennifer Buckley has been a member of the South Florida Chapter for more than...
Jennifer Labrie Pereira CRC 2019-2020
Nebraska Chapter
jennifer.labriepereira@hyatt.com

Jennifer Labrie Pereira has been a...
Central Florida Chapter
rosejay713@gmail.com

Rosa has been a member of ATD and the Central...
Chicagoland Chapter
lscarpace@niu.edu

An experienced learning and organizational development...
Frequently Asked Questions
Find out more about the work of the committee and the SOS and COM selection process.
What is the Chapter Recognition Committee?
The Chapter Recognition Committee (CRC) is charged with identifying, recognizing, and sharing chapter best practices. CRC members recommend and select Sharing Our Success (SOS) submissions for recognition and recognize chapters for the Chapter of the Month (COM) distinction.
Who serves on the CRC?
The CRC consists of five to six committee members (including one chairperson) who are current or former chapter leaders from around the United States. All meetings are conducted virtually.
What is the term of a CRC member?
Members serve for two years. It is recommended that CRC members do not serve on the committee while in their presidential year.
How are CRC members appointed?
Members are selected each fall following the ATD Chapter Leaders Conference (ALC) to begin a term on January 1 of the following year. The chair is appointed by the President and CEO of ATD. The chair is usually from the previous year’s committee membership. The application to serve on the CRC will be posted on this page in September.
What are the expectations of CRC members?
Members are expected to attend all committee conference calls. Members of all chapter-related ATD committees, including the CRC, are expected to maintain current membership in both their local chapter and ATD. CRC members are eligible for the special chapter leader ATD membership rate during their service. Attendance at the ATD Chapter Leaders Conference (ALC) is strongly encouraged.
What are the primary responsibilities of CRC members?
The primary responsibility of the committee is to review SOS submissions for approval and act as advocates to encourage chapter leaders to submit their best practices for recognition. Secondary responsibilities may include providing input on ways to showcase chapter best practices at the ATD International Conference & Exposition and the ATD Chapter Leaders Conference.