AEA values member input and engagement, relying on your guidance and knowledge about the field in the development of programs for our membership. We also value diversity when building a volunteer base to better serve and represent our unique, global community of evaluators.
AEA volunteer roles must:
Complete the volunteer opportunities form to become a contributing member to the AEA community. While you may submit an application for most Working Groups, those with a membership status that indicate 'Open' are actively seeking members on a rolling basis and will receive top priority in placement
Charge: To assist TIG leaders in reviewing abstracts submitted for consideration for the Evaluation 2019 conference.
Charge: The AEA Awards Task Force is charged with reviewing the current processes and providing the AEA Board and Staff with recommendations for revising the AEA’s Awards Program. The Task Force recognizes the importance of having an Awards Program that supports AEA’s mission, vision, values, and Ends Goals.
Members: Eric Barela, Sharon Rallis
Charge: To assist AEA in reviewing possible changes to conference structure and evaluating potential innovations.
Members: David Bernstein, Nnenia Campbell, Shannon Campbell, Nicole Clark, Leah Moses, Jan, Noga, Nicole Vicinanza, Dana Wanzer
Charge: To assist management in planning for dissemination and use of the Cultural Competency Statement.
Members: Cindy Crusto, Derrick Gervin, Rupu Gupta, Jori Hall, Jenny Jones, Tamara Bertrand Jones, Dominica McBride, Leah Neubauer, Osman Ozturgut, Katherine Tibbetts, Cynthia Wright, Kari Greene, Rupu Gupta
Charge: To recruit qualified member applicants in order to create a slate of potential candidates for the AEA annual elections.
Members: Anne Vo (Chair), Valerie Caracelli, Brandon Coffee-Borden, Leslie Goodyear, Mark Parman,
Members:Nick Hart (Chair), Katrina Bledsoe, Katherine Dawes, George Julnes, Mel Mark, Kathryn Newcomer, Stephanie Shipman, Thomas Chapel, Diana Epstein, Demetra Nightingale, Lisa Aponte-Soto, Biance Montrosse-Morehead, Anisha Lewis (AEA Executive Director), Laura DeMaria (AEA Senior Manager)
Charge: To assist in the dissemination and promotion of the Guiding Principles among the evaluation community.
Members: Leslie Goodyear (Chair), Monica Ruiz Casares, Leanne Kallemeyn, Melanie Hwalkek, Herb Baum, Sarah Heath, Jeffrey Hillman, Xiaoxia Newton
Charge: To assist management with the development of international outreach and AEA’s international presence/programs.
Members: Nicky Bowman, Xiaoxia Newton, Donna Podems, Cynthia Clapp-Wincek, Heather Britt, Hanife Cakici, Scott Chaplowe, Donna Mertens, Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead, Svetlana Negroustoueva, Hubert Paulmer, Deborah Rugg, Jim Rugh, Mary Sue Smiaroski, Michele Tarsilla, Benita Williams, Nicky Bowman
Charge: To assist management with the coordination of conference outreach and logistics in the conference host city.
Members: Kimberlee Handloser, Kristi Manseth, Sam Mehoke, Andrea Rogers
Charge: To assist management in the development of the Membership Development Plan.
Charge: To create a membership feedback survey instrument, collect and analyze the data, and create a final report for management.
Members: Keith Sturges (co-chair), Brandy Maddox (co-chair), Sandra Ayoo, Traci Dixon, Abhik Roy, Teresa Wanser-Ernst
Charge: To provide suggestions and input to management on the professional development offerings through AEA including eStudies, Coffee Breaks, and PD Workshops at the annual conference.
Members: Sheila Robinson (Chair), Thomas Archibald, Thomas Chapel, Leah Neubauer, Anne T Vo
Charge: To develop presentation training tools to enhance presentation skills of AEA presenters/members.
Charge: To assist management in considering the requests for AEA member lists for research purposes.
Members: Anne Vo, Tarek Azzam, Leslie Fierro
Charge: To assist management with the creation of the content/speakers for the annual Summer Institute program.
Members: Veronica Olazabal, Susan Wolfe, Kristianna Pettibone, Thomas Chapel, Mindelyn Anderson, Maureen Wilce, Daniel Kidder
Volunteering on a Working Group requires a commitment to AEA and the assigned program/project. The work product of each Working Group is outlined in individual Charge Documents that also address deadline expectations. Meeting scheduling and frequency for each Working Group are established through consultation between the Working Group members and AEA.