Membership Services & Engagement
This committee will be responsible for developing, maintaining and overseeing new membership. This includes recruiting and attracting new members and ally members and overseeing the membership spotlight series. This committee will also be responsible for analyzing the membership satisfaction survey results and reporting results to Blacks in I/O leadership.
Volunteer & Pro Bono Projects
This committee will be responsible for partnering closely with Blacks in I/O leadership regarding the development, engagement, and oversight of the organization’s volunteer and pro bono project participation.
Social Media Marketing & Communications
This committee will be responsible for maintaining all Blacks in I/O social media platforms. This will include working closely with other Blacks in IO team members to post relevant information including member spotlights, upcoming events, career development opportunities and relevant I/O content.
Business Development & Partnerships
This committee will be responsible for building partnerships and strategic alliances that will extend Blacks in I/O’s brand in the community and increase avenues of support and sponsorship. This committee will also work closely with the membership engagement committee to manage the programming calendar.
This committee will be responsible for developing niche programs, events and services as an extension of Blacks in I/O. This committee will consist of task forces and sub-committees dedicated to matters of special interests including the Law Enforcement Task Force and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force.
Current Special Projects Task Forces:
Law Enforcement Task Force
The purpose of the Blacks in I/O Law Enforcement Task Force is to combine efforts from multidisciplinary professionals to address the systemic societal issues of racism and bias and how they are manifested in law enforcement. Together we will plan and strategize ways to use our professional expertise to make an impact for the Black community.
The task force, and its partner organizations, shall be representative of the expertise required to guide and support policing reform. Members of the task force should include personnel with the capacity and capability to achieve the organization’s agenda.