Committees & Councils
ATSSA depends on the dedication and commitment of its members to ensure the vitality of the Association’s progress. Each year, hundreds of members serve on committees.
Submit your committee application online
The Association carries out its work through a complex structure of committees and subcommittees, councils
and task forces. Each group has a specific purpose, defined at the time it is established.
Procedures for Standing Committees
Committee leaders, visit the Committee Toolbox for access to resources.
For more information about serving on a committee or council, contact ATSSA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year, ATSSA members volunteer to create and disseminate knowledge, influence public policy and maintain a strong organization. These leaders serve on the Board of Directors, the Operating Committee and committees. The work of the Association could not be accomplished without the time and expertise of these volunteers who work tirelessly to further ATSSA’s mission and goals.
Volunteer leaders demonstrate their dedication through taking on assignments that are in keeping with their interests, skills and abilities. Serving in a leadership capacity offers a unique opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Understanding the Nomination and Election Process
The Association is only as strong as its leadership; therefore, we have established a vetting process in developing our future leadership.
Specific volunteer opportunities include:
Any level commitment is important to the ongoing success of our organization and we welcome members to apply.
To apply for a volunteer position, download the Volunteer Leadership Application
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com
American Traffic Safety Services Association represents the roadway safety infrastructure industry with effective legislative advocacy, traffic control safety training and a far-reaching member partnership.