Chapter Governance Bylaws

This past March, delegates made the historic decision to transition the House of Delegates to an Advisory Group, amending the ASSP bylaws to effect the change. ASSP has updated all governing documents to reflect this change, including the model chapter bylaws. Per the chapter affiliation agreement, chapters are required to maintain bylaws that are aligned with the model chapter bylaws. Chapter members will need to vote to amend our chapter’s bylaws to bring them into alignment with these updates. Please watch your inbox for an email to review the redline copy of our chapter’s bylaws with the proposed amendments and an e-ballot to vote on these changes.

2022/2023 Operational Year

On August 8th, 2022, several members of ASSP’s Gulf Coast Chapter Leadership Team met in Houston, Texas to discuss and plan for the upcoming operational year. Sustainability is the focus of the Leadership Team going forward, and a well-structured plan around committee engagement and involvement was put in place. If you want to get involved with Chapter Operations and/or Leadership, please reach out to any member of the Leadership Team and they will provide you with opportunities. We are looking forward to a great year in The Gulf Coast Chapter of ASSP!

L-R = Bryan Deal, James Charo, Ryan Clayton, Jennifer McClinton, Ron Sokol, Jenette Jackson, Jason Kuntz, Jessica Bertrand (Sabine Neches Chapter), Jeron Quincy, Adrienne Young, Eulogio Villaseñor, Jason Millenbruch, David Hodge, Luke Albrecht, Audrey McElya

Establish a Safety Fund

Donors can establish a named academic scholarship or professional education grant fund through the ASSP Foundation. Scholarships and grants advance the safety profession and provide national recognition for the donor. The Foundation manages the administrative details of this program and works with the donor to provide qualified award recipients each year.

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