These subcommittees, comprised of volunteers from the nonprofit community in Cambridge, are an integral part of CNC's work.
Fundraising and Finance
Provide financial oversight for the CNC. Lead effort to create and execute multi-year fundraising plan. Lead process for creating and approving annual budget, monitoring expenses and regular financial reports. Present quarterly financial reports to steering committee.
Governance and Membership
Lead the coalition on issues related to governance structure, subcommittee structure and process for electing permanent leadership. Facilitate the recruitment of member organizations. Develop plan for number and type of member engagement activities annually and facilitate implementation
Government Relations / Public Policy
Develop strategy for managing relationships with elected and appointed officials of the City of Cambridge and relevant state lawmakers, as well as track emerging issues and opportunities to provide input on public processes. Develop policy agenda for the coalition, a process for engaging membership as appropriate, and track progress on agenda items.
Summit (Ad hoc)
Lead planning for annual large convening. This may include: identifying outside facilitator and/or keynote speakers, discussion topics and format, as well preferences for meeting, time and location and target audiences. Develop metrics and survey tool to evaluate success of events.
Provide support and supervision for CNC Managing Director, including providing feedback on first drafts of proposals/materials and steering committee meeting agendas. Manage annual review process.