Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the committee will serve as a resource for the development of policies. The Policy Committee shall consist of at least one member from each core program, one TNI Director and one at-large member. Other at-large members may be added. The Policy Committee will:
- Serve as a resource for the development of policies.
- Review policies from all programs for conformity with respect to style and for consistency with one another and with the overall mission of TNI. The Policy Committee may forward a program policy to the TNI Board or may return the program policy to the originating program for additional work.
- Develop general policies for TNI (e.g., travel reimbursement, purchasing, conflict of interest, etc.).
- Review and evaluate requests for policies received from the membership and others and provide a recommendation to the Board.
Note: After review for organizational impact (e.g., legal, fiscal or credibility issues), the TNI Board will confirm all policies for final adoption and use by the program.
Conference Calls: To Be Determined
Most of the work of TNI is done by volunteers working on committees tasked with specific functions. If you are interested in actively helping our organization, complete a TNI Committee Application (opens in a separate window). Participation on TNI committees is described in Operations of TNI Committees.
|Patsy Root, Chair|
|Silky Labie, Vice Chair|
|Ilona Taunton, Program Administrator|
The NELAC Institute
Mill Spring, North Carolina
Southwest Research Institute
San Antonio, Texas
Northern Lake Service, Inc.
|Mei Beth Shepherd|
Shepherd Technical Services
Pace Analytical Services
Pace Analytical Services, LLC.