AIRROC is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors who are elected by the AIRROC members for a 3-year term.   The Executive Director serves as an ex officio member of the board.  The list of board members can be seen HERE

We also have an Advisory Council and a NextGen Council who work with the Board and Executive Director on specific focus areas and priorities of the organization.   The Advisory Council is chosen by the board via an application and appointment process.   Serves as a critical community and industry champion of AIRROC. Members provide guidance and ideas to the AIRROC board related to their expertise and influence areas.

Our NextGen Council members are also chosen via an application and appointment process.   They work in conjunction with the AIRROC Board of Directors and Executive Director to explore ways to transfer knowledge about legacy, engage with and provide networking and educational opportunities for the next generation of legacy industry professionals and AIRROC association leaders.  More about the NextGen Council can be found HERE 


AIRROC has a very robust committee structure of member volunteers who each have responsibility for various initiatives.  AIRROC operates with the following committees that are co-chaired by AIRROC Board members. 

CLP (Certified Legacy Professional) Designation: Implements the CLP designation.  Identifies content for the custom readings module, monitors progress of applicants, assists with marketing and outreach about the designation.
Digital Content:  Responsible for AIRROC Update and the monthly electronic newsletter.  Determines timely reporting topics, solicits authors, assists with roundtables, contributes articles, liaises with other related publications.  Focuses on increasing industry awareness about AIRROC meetings/events and the association in general.  
Education: Identifies relevant and timely topics and speakers for AIRROC's education sessions – both virtual and in person.  Assists with outreach to other industry organizations to identify collaboration opportunities. 
International Outreach: Responsible for making sure that AIRROC is represented at non-US based events.  Assists with identifying companies to recruit for the international member category.  Makes AIRROC board aware of developments abroad that could impact the runoff market. 
October Event: Supports logistics for the NJ Commutations & Networking Forum. 
Regulatory:  Monitors NAIC and other state regulatory developments.  Assist with education on runoff and legacy to regulator groups.
Want to get involved on a committee?  Complete the interest form HERE.