|Finance Committee:||up to 4 Board members:||Marti Ryan, Rick Bernstein, George Hofheimer|
|GM or designee:||Anya Firszt or David Waisman (staff, non-voting member)|
|4 non-Board members:||Buck Rhyme (chair), Dave Grace, AJ Sue, Steve Wolfe|
|Policy Review Committee:||up to 4 Board members:||Rick Bernstein, Karen Bassler, Dawn Matlak|
|non-Board members:||Doug Johnson (former Board member)|
|Board Development Committee:||up to 4 Board members:||Sonia-Maria Simões, Karen Bassler, Holly Fearing, Mike Engel|
|non-Board members:||Brendon Smith (staff), Lynn Olson (staff)|
|Audit Committee:||up to 4 Board members:||Marti Ryan, Mike Engel|
Committee membership consists of up to four Board members and up to four volunteers recruited from the full Co-op Ownership. Volunteers are appointed by the full Board.
Board members and volunteers serve a term of two years. Board members and volunteers may be appointed to serve more than one term.
The committee typically meets monthly or as needed to fulfill the responsibilities outlined above. The committee sets an annual calendar of meetings (including draft agenda items) to manage its workload and address relevant issues in a timely manner. A majority of the committee shall constitute a quorum for the transaction
The Chairperson is elected by the committee members and serves for a term of one year. S/he has the following duties:
The Policy Review Committee is an ad hoc committee dedicated to reviewing the Co-op's current policies. The group, comprised of Board members, Co-op staff and Owners, will review the policies for accuracy and completeness and make subsequent recommendations to the full Board of Directors.
The Board Development Committee is an ad hoc committee that works to identify development opportunities for the Willy Street Co-op Board. This includes, but is not limited to, training opportunities, Owner engagement strategies, and candidate recruitment for Board elections.
The Board of Director's Audit Committee is an annually formed ad hoc committee charged with overseeing the Co-op's financial annual audit. The group is comprised of two to four Board members and works with staff to review and select the accounting firm to perform the audit, as well as any specific areas of focus for the audit. The Audit Committee also reviews the results of the annual financial audit, follows up on recommendations for changes, and ensures that the full results are presented to the Finance Committee and Board of Directors.