2019 Board Nominations are now open.
Submissions are due by August 13, 2019
Are you interested in serving on the Colorado Public Pension Coalition (CPPC) Board? Or know someone qualified to serve on the CPPC Board? CPPC strives to provide its members opportunities for education about various aspects of employee benefits and networking opportunities with other professionals involved in or related to the employee benefits field.
The CPPC Board of Directors consists of a minimum of five and maximum of nine Directors, which is comprised of the following individuals:
- Officers of CPPC: the Chair or Co-Chairs, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer
- Four Elected Directors
Eligibility: Each Director must be at least 18 years of age who resides in Colorado and is a member of CPPC. Upon registration and attendance at the CPPC annual conference, an individual becomes a member of CPPC. A member may either be a member of a public sector retirement system or an individual that is associated with and represents an industry service provider. Each Director serves a two-year term. There is no limit to the number of terms an Elected Director may serve.
Board Member Responsibilities: The business and affairs of CPPC are managed under the direction of the Board of Directors. CPPC Board members are expected to abide by the Bylaws and Ethics Policy. In addition, attend monthly board meetings, periodic regional workshops, special meetings, and the annual conference.
We want to hear from you! If you’re interested in serving, please complete the nomination form. This year’s election includes two governmental terms and two industry terms.
Click here to access the nomination form.
If you have any questions, please contact Kim McDaniel at Kmcdanie@cityofwestminster.us or Rick Rodgers at Rrodgers@strategiescm.com.