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AFLA members who are looking to get involved are invited to volunteer and serve on the following standing task forces. Please click on the task force name below to learn more about each task force's goals and responsibilities. If you are interested in joining any of them, please contact Elizabeth Schlicht.
The AFLA Commercial Fleet Manager Sounding Board serves as a resource in helping the organization stay relevant to the needs of commercial fleet managers.Communications Task Force
The AFLA Communications Task Force serves to establish, promote and coordinate ongoing communication related to AFLA for its members.Conference Task Force
The AFLA Conference Task Force serves to develop (a) networking and (b) strategic-level corporate fleet training opportunities at the Annual Meeting & Conference To encourage participation from each category of AFLA membership.
Content Task Force -NEW
The AFLA Conference Task Force serves to brainstorm ideas that will bring new and updated materials to the AFLA membership. They will review current AFLA whitepaper library to update and rebrand it as needed. The task force will also play a key role in the creation and ongoing development of an AFLA Podcast to be launched in 2020.
Globalization Task Force
The vision and mission of the Globalization Task Force to enhance the role and value of global fleet management by communicating best practices, facilitating dialogue and fostering relationships between multinational companies and fleet associations. They are to be the thought leader and global voice for the advancement of global fleet management.Membership Task Force
The AFLA Membership Task Force serves to recruit new members to AFLA in each of the member segments identified in the AFLA bylaws, striving to strengthen and communicate the value of member benefits to AFLA members.Sponsorship Task Force
The AFLA Sponsorship Task Force serves by recruiting new annual and conference-specific sponsors to AFLA, and strives to strengthen and communicate the value of sponsorship to AFLA sponsors.
The charge of the Virtual Learning Task Force is to plan, coordinate, and implement a schedule of at least four on-demand learning opportunities annually. Members will be responsible for identifying, contacting and screening speakers for the virtual learning events. The task force will also develop a plan for round-table calls by membership segments as indicated in the new AFLA strategic plan.Women In Fleet Management
WIFM serves to provide a resource for women fleet leaders that encourages personal and career fulfillment through mentoring, fleet expertise sharing, fleet and business community involvement and networking.
Annual Conference One-Time Roles
These volunteer slots require no special preparation and very little time. If you are interested in participating, please contact us.
Conference Onsite Greeter/Registration – Up to ten volunteers to welcome attendees at the AFLA reception/registration desk. Time commitment is based on hourly slots with times available on Sunday afternoon and Monday morning.
Annual Conference Short-Term Projects
These task groups and individual projects have a clear beginning, middle and end. If you are interested in participating, please contact us.
AFLA New Member Ambassador – Ambassadors welcome new member to the association and help them understand and make the most of their member benefits. Once a new member joins AFLA they are matched with an Ambassador. The Ambassador calls new members within the first month of their joining AFLA. Closer to the annual conference, the Ambassador contacts the new member to remind him/her to register. Responsibilities include welcoming new member when s/he joins AFLA, mentioning opportunity to participate in the golf outing, prompting the new member to register for the AFLA Conference, and meeting face-to-face with the new member at the “new member/first time attendee reception” at the AFLA Conference.