SPCB Committees:

Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee is charged with implementing the nomination process for the Board of Directors. The Chair of the Nominating Committee will be a former member of the Board, with the exception of the initial Nominating Committee, which will be appointed by the Board.

Professional Practice and Discipline

The Professional Practice and Disciplinary Committee is responsible for the overseeing and the adjudication of Standards of Professional Practice.

Examination Development Committee

The Examination Development Committee is responsible for the development and ongoing maintenance of the certification examination(s) in compliance with generally accepted psychometric practices and national accreditation standards for certification programs. Examination committees may be appointed on an ad-hoc basis for work on specific examination development tasks.

Other Committees, Task Forces, Councils and Working Groups

The Board may establish and dissolve other committees, task forces, councils or working groups as needed to accomplish the work of the certification program. Committees act with the authority granted to them by the Board in compliance with the SPCB Bylaws. The Committees shall be governed by the rules provided in the SPCB Policies and Procedures Manual and the Bylaws.

Board Sub-Committees:

Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is composed of the President, President-Elect, and Secretary/Treasurer. The Executive Committee exercises all of the powers and authority of the Board in the management of the business and affairs of SPCB between Board meetings. The Executive Committee does not have the authority to amend SPCB’s Bylaws or policies or to fill vacancies on the Board. The Executive Committee performs such other duties as may from time to time be delegated to it by the Board. All actions by the Executive Committee are reported at the next Board meeting, except as the Board may waive compliance with the requirement. The Board may reconsider any action by the Executive Committee, and my take action thereon, provided that no such reconsideration shall adversely affect the rights of third parties who have acted in reliance on action of the Executive Committee taken in accordance with the authority of these Bylaws. A majority of the voting members of the Executive Committee shall constitute a quorum of that committee.

Finance Committee

Finance Committee is composed of the Secretary/Treasurer, who shall serve as Committee Chair, with two other Directors appointed annually by the President and confirmed by a majority vote of the entire Board. The Finance committee makes recommendations on budget and financial matters to the Board. The Finance Committee selects a certified public accounting firm, reviews annual financial statements, and performs other financial related duties as requested from time to time by the Board.