Below is a list of active committees within our organization. Chairpersons are appointed by the President, along with a Board Liaison to each committee.
click the name of the chair or liaison to send a message to that person.
This committee is responsible for obtaining and reporting a slate of nominees for the positions which are up for election.
This committee shall meet with the Treasurer within 90 days following the Chapter’s annual conference and prepare a report showing all revenues and expenditures since the previous audit and all capital items owned by the Chapter.
Members are Past Presidents of the TX-NENA Chapter, who serve as a resource to the Board, support the Chapter and foster new leadership for the organization.
The Committee shall serve as a resource to the Board, through representing the vendors and or commercial members.
The Committee shall serve as a resource to the Board, by representing telecommunicators throughout the state.
Works through 9-1-1 Goes to Washington and 9-1-1 Goes to Austin.
The Committee is responsible for coordination of the training and scholarships process.
Special Committees may be appointed by the President as necessary. Members of these committees shall serve at the pleasure of the President, and their terms otherwise shall expire concurrently with that of the President.
Works as a liaison between NENA and other organizations.
Reviews current bylaws and makes recommended changes to the membership.
Works with all forms of communication, such as the newsletter, email, website, and social media, to keep the membership informed.
Plans the annual conference.
Implements weekly study sessions for candidates preparing for the ENP exam. Accepts applications for scholarships to sit for the exam.
Works with PPA and general membership to research, compile and preserve documents, photographs, stories, and general information of historical value for the organization.
Works to increase and maintain membership for Texas NENA, and identify membership issues.
Provides a response network of trained and qualified telecommunicators who are available to respond rapidly to assist public safety communication centers in times of disaster.