• Job Description

    • Each trustee will take primary responsibility for recruitment and retention of donors to PT-PAC, including but not limited to club-level participation.
    • Each trustee will become familiar with the rules and regulations governing political action committees, primarily through the Federal Election Commission.
    • Each trustee will attend at least 1 APTA conference: Combined Sections Meeting (CSM), NEXT conference, House of Delegates, Educational Leadership Conference, and National Student Conclave. All trustees will attend the Private Practice Section (PPS) Annual Meeting.
    • During APTA conferences, each trustee will staff the PT-PAC booth for the purposes of fundraising and member education on PT-PAC.
    • Each trustee will advance the agenda of PT-PAC through participation in official meetings, conference calls, and activities in support of PT-PAC.
    • Each trustee will mentor leaders and potential future trustees in fundraising and PAC acumen and management.
    • Each trustee will be a resource for APTA's state chapters and sections regarding political advocacy, including state chapter political action committees.

    Board of Trustee Requirements and Responsibilities

    • Each trustee will maintain active membership in APTA.
    • Each trustee will contribute annually to PT-PAC at least at the Eagle Club level.
    • Each trustee will identify prospective club-level participants among APTA members.
    • Each trustee will identify fundraising strategies to meet PT-PAC's target contribution goals.
    • Each trustee will mentor PT-PAC ambassadors.