MCAA National Committee Nominations are Due November 3

October 27, 2023

MCAA is accepting recommendations for individuals to serve on national committees in the coming year. If you are interested in serving, review the committee descriptions below, then contact your local association executive to express your interest. Their recommendations are due to MCAA no later than November 3, so don’t delay!

Committee Descriptions

If you have questions about, or need clarification of committee activities or functions, please call Jan Grillo or Tim Brink at the national office at (301) 869-5800.

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