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CACM Committees


Looking for a way to get more involved in the CACM community?  Looking for something that will separate you from the rest of your peers?  By joining one of our Advisory Committees, you place yourself in a prime position to help shape the future of your industry, build your leadership skills and expand your network. Read more about each individual committee below.  If you are interesting in serving please contact Patty Kurzet here.

Provides input, advice, support and guidance to CACM regarding the credentialing and accreditation programs, including certification, micro-certification and accompanying designations.  More Info here


Reviews a collection of case studies that can serve as the basis for event discussion and advanced course content. We'll publish an ethics journal annually.  More Info here

Leads the development of the annual Law Seminar & Expo. Contribute content ideas, coordinate sessions, lead discussions or speak at the industry's premier event.  More Info here


Helps shape editorial content and write articles for one of our industry's most respected publications. With two issues each year, your commitment will be minimal, but your impact will be massive.  More Info here


Supports the identification and development of CACM educational offerings. Through your advisement, CACM courses will support the development of the competencies needed to effectively manage California communities as well as instill the highest level of professionalism in the industry. More Info here

Develops content for The Law Journal, CACM's quarterly publication that provides members with easily understood interpretations of legal matters. We're looking for attorneys and managers willing to serve as guest editors and/or write articles for this informative publication.  More info here

Provides input and feedback for development of CACM position and/or public policies on proposed legislation.  More Info here


Apply for any of the CEO Advisory Committees by filling out the survey found here.