The RID Volunteer Leadership structure is comprised of the Board, along with Committees, Councils, and Task Forces.
Committees tend to be organized around a specific issue or responsibility, such as the Audit Committee, or the Ethics Committee.
Councils are comprised of like individuals – the Council of Elders, for example, is made up of individuals who have many years of experience in the interpreting profession.
Task Forces have specific goals, and may be disbanded when those goals are met, such as the various Standard Practice Paper Task Force groups.
If you are interested in serving as a RID volunteer, please complete and submit the volunteer leader application form. Volunteers are appointed after the biennial conference and serve until the conclusion of the next biennial conference.