Philadelphia Chapter Committees
Philadelphia Chapter Steering Committee
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Committee coordinates a wide variety of social events held in a mix of interesting and diverse historical, cultural and artistic venues throughout the Delaware Valley. The Committees' goal is to offer two or three events per month that provide an opportunity for members to discover new places and to get to know one another in an environment of mutual interest.
The Foodie Group arranges dinners for our members and guests at local restaurants that have excellent food from different cultures. If available, the chef also speaks to our group.
The TTN Giving Circle
raises funds to be pooled for philanthropic purposes to benefit women and/or children in the Greater Philadelphia area through an annual grant to a non-profit. We work together to choose the non-profit that we fund each year. There are frequently volunteer opportunities for those who are interested.
Analysis & Solutions
Analysis and Solutions works in partnership with Chapter Steering Committee members in analyzing data, identifying and monitoring solutions and providing support in implementation; A&S is also responsible for engaging leaders throughout the Chapter.
Marketing & Communications
Marketing and Communications is responsible for the Chapter newsletters
and notifications, the Chapter web pages and TTN's face to our members and guests.18
The Membership Committee welcomes new members to our chapter and works to improve and enhance the member experience.
Mingles are regularly scheduled events open to all so members can socialize and meet with other member and learn more about TTN.
The Programs Committee is responsible for TTN Signature and other educational programs on topics that offer opportunities to learn, discover, rethink and engage about personal growth and issues impacting our lives and community.
The Secretary is responsible for accurately recording chapter Steering Committee activities. She assists with and maintains records for Steering Committee and, in conjunction with the Chapter Chair, communicates with the full Steering Committee on issues related to Steering Committee meetings.
Special Interest Groups
Special Interest Groups
(SIGs) bring together members who share common interests, activities or goals. SIGs are member-driven: members initiate them, decide how they should be run, and provide leadership and organization.
Transition Peer Groups
The Transition Peer Group
Committee develops and implements best practices for successful peer groups and partners with new groups to support their ongoing success.
The Treasurer is responsible for managing the finances of our chapter.
The Volunteer Opportunities
Committee coordinates several successful volunteer relationships, sponsors volunteer opportunities and identifies members engaged in satisfying volunteer experiences who are willing to be contacted by other members exploring volunteer options.