PRO-BONO AD HOC COMMITTEE
SCOPE OF WORK

 

OUTCOME DESIRED: To investigate the implementation of a system to document pro bono hours for members (certified and associate) during their four year cycle. Be it further moved that this committee shall be comprised of no less than 50% Deaf members.

 

APPOINTED MEMBERS:

TBD.

 

TASKS ASSIGNED:

  • ELEMENT #1: Investigate pro bono requirements for other professions
  • ELEMENT #2: Investigate a system for reporting/tracking of pro bono requirements
  • ELEMENT #3: Provide a report to the RID board of directors including a recommendation of whether or not pro bono hours should be mandatory for certification maintenance and, if so recommended, how the system would function.

 

REPORT DATE(S):

  • Final Report- Due by March 1, 2017
    • Final report to include (but not limited to):
      • Successes completed during term.
      • Challenges faced during term.
      • Projection of work to complete between March 1- conference.
    • Term Update Reports Due to the RID Board via Board liaison:
      • Provide updates to the Board of Directors, via the Board liaison, for each Board meeting.
      • Note, reports must be submitted to the Board 10 days prior to each Board meeting. Work with the Board liaison to confirm meeting dates.

 

BOARD LIAISON:

Joshua Pennise

 

STAFF LIAISON:

TBD

 

MOTION ADDRESSED: CM2015.06 Move that the RID Board of Directors establish an ad hoc committee to include representatives from the authors of this motion, a representative from the PDC, certified members, community stakeholders, including people who are not yet in support of this idea, to investigate the implementation of a system to document ProBono hours for members (certified and associate) during their four year cycle; Be it further moved that this committee shall be comprised of no less than 50% Deaf members.

 

CONFIDENTIALITY LEVEL:

Low, unless otherwise noted.

 

NARRATIVE:  

The motion passed at conference (as written above) established the committee. Recommendations from the committee must be submitted to the RID Board. Any decision to implement such a requirement must be brought to members for a vote.