48th Annual Training Conference November 13 - 16 2022 - San Marcos, TX
In order to help us evaluate our conference for our members, sponsors, and vendors, please complete this short survey. It shouldn't take more than a few minutes of your time and will really help us identify the areas we need to improve upon so that we continue to be the best training value in the country!
In order to help us evaluate our conference for our sponsors and vendors, please complete this short survey. It shouldn't take more than a few minutes of your time and will really help us identify the areas we need to improve upon so that we continue to be the best training value in the country!
In the last TACA election, no candidate for the Secretary position was submitted so the Board is looking to appoint someone to fill this opening. Here is a description of the Secretary position:
Secretary: The Secretary shall keep minutes for all TACA Board meetings and special and general session meetings, prepare TACA correspondence, as needed, send copies of minutes to the President within thirty (30) days of meetings, have custody of the organization's by-laws, corporate seal, general records, and archives of TACA, serve as the Chairperson and/or on committee(s) as appointed by the President, vote on items brought before the Board, and perform other duties as prescribed by the TACA Board. Term length is two (2) years.
If you would like to be considered for this position and you are willing and able to serve in this capacity, please complete the registration process to show your interest. Applications can only be made by submitting them through TACA's website. Mailed or emailed ballots will not be accepted. Once you have successfully submitted your application, you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive this email, your nomination was not received. Please contact us and we will check the system to correct the error.
All applications must be submitted by December 18, 2022.
TACA’s Board of Directors is comprised of a group of volunteers who donate their time to serve Animal Control Officers, animal shelter employees, and others who care about animal welfare in Texas. The Board sets the vision and goals for TACA and helps improve the future of the profession through training, public outreach, and legislative action. One board member alone cannot do this job and for our Board to be effective, we need a diverse group of members who are willing to contribute their unique talents while collaborating and working as a team with the other members of the board.
What is required to be a TACA Board Member:
What is not required to be a TACA Board Member:
A good Board Member is prepared for the meetings and keeps the commitments they make to the organization. They share their opinions and ideas while making sure the organization’s needs are the top priority. They get answers for the questions and concerns TACA’s members have. They work to build relationships both within the association and with outside organizations. And finally, they are willing to be a resource to both the Board and to the membership as a whole.