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All OSFMA Committees have a specific role to play for the Association. The work of committees is directed by the Board of Directors. 

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  • Conference
  • Membership
  • Legislative
  • Communications
  • Professional Growth and Development


The Legislative Committee identifies and communicates legislative bills and actions that may impact facilities and operations to members. The committee:

  • Coordinates legislative activities with Oregon Association of School Business Officials (OASBO) and attends weekly meetings during legislative sessions. 
  • Assists in gathering information to provide to the legislature on the impact of bills.
  • Reports back to membership on legislative changes/proposals and impacts.

The committee meets weekly or as needed during legislative sessions.


The Communications Committee assist in developing communications with membership. The committee:

  • Plans and gathers information and articles for OSFMA News (quarterly magazine).
  • Review and provide feedback on the OSFMA website.

The committee meets quarterly, typically in July, October, and April, January.


The Conference Committee assists with planning and organizing the Annual Conference. The committee:

  • Plans and coordinates the workshops including finding and recommending speakers.
  • Plans the schedule, menu, giveaways, and party.
  • Provides support and volunteer time at the Annual Conference for a variety of roles like the registration desk, checking vendors in, facilitating workshops, etc.
  • Assist with planning of the golf tournament.

The committee meets approximately 8 times throughout the year, both in person and virtually. Meetings are typically scheduled for the second Friday of each month for two hours. Additionally, the committee meets immediately following the annual conference in April. 


The Membership Committee works to grow membership, both school and business. The committee:

  • Reviews membership data. 
  • Assists in developing marketing to send to districts who are not members of OSFMA.
  • Shares the value of joining OSFMA with non-members.
  • Reviews membership fees and may make recommendations to the Board.
The committee meets twice a year, typically in October and February.

Professional Growth and Development

The Professional Growth and Development Committee is charged with developing a professional growth program for school members. This program will provide new facility directors or managers as well as employees wishing for growth opportunity, the tools they need to be successful. 

  • Develop the program's purpose.
  • Develop the outline of curriculum.
  • Review existing programs in other states.

The committee has not determined a working schedule as this work is just starting to be undertaken. 

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