Seven ad hoc committees serve the National Demolition Association. These committees provide a space for discussion of key demolition industry concerns and serve to carry out the interests of the Strategic Plan. It is through these committees that NDA members exchange information and ideas, provide guidance to the association, and develop programs and tools to meet the needs of our members and the industry at large.
In accordance with the bylaws, committee assignments are made once per year, after the conclusion of our Annual Convention & Expo. Our 2022 Call for Volunteers is now open. Applications are reviewed by the Leadership Development Committee and committee assignments are made and approved officially by the President of NDA. If you are approved to join a committee, you can expect to start participating in all committee activities in spring 2022, after the conclusion of Demolition San Diego. Please complete the Call for Volunteers Form by December 31st.
If you are interested in passionately serving the strategic direction of NDA, or have any questions about the application process, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our committees.
Awards Committee: The Committee promotes the industry through a vibrant and dynamic awards and scholarship program. The Committee evaluates nominations and establishes criteria and eligibility for all awards and scholarships.
Convention Committee: Supporting the future of the NDA best describes the Committee. The Committee supports the NDA strategic goal to educate members on the latest advances in equipment and services and provide educational programming necessary to be leaders in the industry.
Certification Board of the National Demolition Association: The Committee supports Certification Board of the National Demolition Association (CBN) officially approved its Governance Charter.
Education Committee: The Committee supports the NDA strategic goal to provide educational programming necessary to be leaders in environmental stewardship, safety, training and professional competency.
Government Affairs Committee: The Government Affairs Committee sets policy positions and advocates for the interests of NDA with regard to policies, laws and regulations that may affect the Association and membership.
Industry Committee: The Committee creates guidelines, guidance documents, and whitepapers and curates data to benefit member companies and the industry.
Leadership Development Committee: The Leadership Development Committee facilitates the nomination process for selecting candidates for Director-at-Large and Treasurer.
Marketing and Communications Committee: The Marketing and Communications Committee guides the Association’s overall marketing and communications strategy to all stakeholders for the purposes of recruitment, program messaging, fundraising, awareness, and branding.
Safety Committee: The Committee supports the NDA strategic goal to educate members on the latest advances in equipment and services and provide educational programming necessary to be leaders in safety, education and professional competency.
* = Co-Chair