Governance of AORE

The AORE Annual Report celebrates all that AORE has accomplished in a specific year, why we do what we do, and the impact we have on the outdoor recreation and education community.

A series of three articles describes the association governance structure and updates that occurred in 2018.  

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Board Committees provide advice and recommendations to the AORE Board of Directors on matters relating to Financial Advisory, Governance, and Development. These committees are chaired by a current board member and report to the AORE Chair.

  • Financial Advisory Committee

  • Governance Committee

  • Development Committee

AORE Committees work toward providing the AORE membership with a variety of important opportunities and information relevant to the field of outdoor recreation and education. Committees have responsibilities (such as annual and standing projects) that aim to move the association toward its goals. AORE committees are chaired by AORE volunteers and administered by AORE staff.

  • Access and Permitting

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

  • Environmental Stewardship

  • Research and Publication

  • Recognition Committee

  • Professional Development Committee

Planning for the 2019 AORE AEE Joint National Conference will be guided by a core Leadership Team who direct action team leads, will support various aspects of the 2019 conference. Each action team lead is lead by one AORE/AEE member to support the planning/implementation of their project area for the 2019 conference.

  • Association Business

  • Auction Action Team

  • Awards Action Team

  • Career Development Action Team

  • Demo Day Action Team

  • Education Action Team

  • Evaluation Action Team

  • Local Flair action Team

  • Marketing Action Team

  • Research/SEAR Action Team

  • Photography/Videography Action Team

  • Registration Action Team

  • Social Action Team

  • Sustainability Action Team

  • Volunteer Management Action Team