Roles & Responsibilities
Getting involved in an ACG Cincinnati committee is a great way to deepen relationships while supporting the business community. The chapter's activities are primarily carried out by standing committees staffed by volunteers with support from a Chapter Executive.
Overview: ACG has numerous committees that assist the Board to implement various aspects of the organization’s strategic plan and other ACG business. Committees are supported by the Chapter Executive, who serves as a liaison with other committees and the board of directors. Unless otherwise noted, committee terms are for one year, generally commencing in the spring or early summer.
Expectations and Requirements: Be a member in good standing of ACG Attend ACG events, including some regional conferences or national events (at your expense) Available throughout the year to work with the committee via email, conference call or in person. Committee meetings are generally 30 minutes to 1 hour in length. Possess experience or expertise related to the work of the committee Commit an average of 5+ hours per month during the course of the committee’s active phase working on behalf of the initiative Be prepared and on time for every meeting, having reviewed the agenda and supporting documents. Be additive and bring fresh ideas to the table. Serve as an advocate for ACG within your organization and circle of acquaintances Solicit new members and identify prospective members for ACG
Compensation Committee members are not paid for their services. Committee members are bound by a strict conflict of interest policy. Committee Chairs can authorize reasonable reimbursement for certain expenses related to the committee’s mission.
ACG Cup Committee:
The ACG Cup is an annual business case competition that challenges MBA students from regional universities to present to our team of distinguished judges. The universities form teams to analyze a complex business case and provide recommendations based on strategy, financial acumen and valuation skills. The committee members:
The ideal candidate is a member with an interest in working with and mentoring students.
Content Engagement Committee:
This committee holds responsibility for planning the content for 6 monthly chapter luncheons. Committee members will:
Ideal candidates should be a drawn from multiple industry sub-sectors and titles within ACG’s constituents in order to provide perspectives on the educational needs of a diverse membership base.
Deal Maker Event Committee:
This committee coordinates all facets of ACG Cincinnati's signature event. Committee members will:
Young ACG (Emerging Leaders Under 35)
This team is responsible for developing highly specific peer only activities to meet the unique needs of ACG emerging leaders. Committee members will:
Membership Engagement Committee
The membership committee recruits new members and helps retain existing members. The Cincinnati Chapter requires that all new members meet certain membership criteria and the membership committee approves all new members. Members will:
The ideal candidate is a member employed in middle or upper management customer service with experience in customer/client loyalty initiatives, customer/client experiences, customer/client satisfaction.
Regional Engagement Committee:
This team holds responsibility for ensuring robust participation in the Great Lakes Capital Connection and promotes planned interactions with sister chapters. Members will:
The ideal candidate is a member holding responsibility for a regional territory that includes some combination of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and/or Pennsylvania. Willingness to travel to other chapter meetings and develop relationships in adjacent markets.
Sponsor Engagement Committee:
Social Engagement Committee:
This team is responsible for ideating and executing the details for at least two social events for members.
This team holds the important responsibility for securing investments in ACG. Members will:
Women’s Engagement Committee
This team is responsible for developing highly specific peer only activities to meet the unique needs of ACG’s women leaders. Committee members will: