Board Committees

Board committees are permanent work units of the association. Committee members make use of their time, expertise and commitment to address issues and achieve goals on behalf of the OBA. 

Audit

Standing Committee

At least three members of Council are appointed annually as an Audit Committee, with general responsibility for reviewing the on-going financial affairs of the OBA.

Finance

Board Committee

Consists of the Treasurer, three other Directors and up to three members, preferably members of Council.

Governance

Board Committee

The Governance Committee was created as resolution of the Executive Committee on September 20, 2007.

Public Affairs

Board Committee

To advocate on behalf of the profession's issues, to improve the image of the profession and to monitor and respond to government and stakeholder issues.