The MAC is a standing assembly of committed volunteers designated to represent and empower the TPS membership in the organization’s program development and evaluation. The primary intent is that each member of the council specifically represent a specialized constituency group within the larger membership and agree to advocate on their behalf as well as directly represent TPS within the designated area of representation. See drop down list in question 6 for suggested categories.

The MAC is comprised of 15 members who serve 1 year terms, to begin in January 2015. Prospective candidates should demonstrate a commitment and willingness to dedicate time to attend a minimum of 4 meetings a year; to represent the Council at community functions; and a commitment to the TPS's express core purpose and values. Individuals may serve for a maximum of 3 consecutive terms. Qualifications include demonstrated leadership ability, enthusiasm, knowledge and skills developed from experience or training in one or more primary constituency group within the TPS Membership. A nominee must be a current TPS member in good standing within the year of nomination and service term.

For further description of the MAC and its expectations and functions, please review the charter:

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