Public Policy | Councils

Councils – Councils are issue-themed standing groups that help guide the association’s thinking on specific topics. They provide recommendations on policy related to their issue-focus to either one of the committees or sometimes directly to the NAMIC Board of Directors. Councils are also officially chartered, have non-substitutable membership, and conduct regular in-person meetings. NAMIC currently has five councils:

Article Posted: 12.12.18
Last Updated: 01.02.19


Jon Bergner
Assistant Vice President – Public Policy and Federal Affairs