Corporate Relations Committee
The Corporate Relations Committee (CRC) will provide assistance in the process of identifying new corporate partners, soliciting renewals, and participating in partnership review meetings.
The Curriculum Committee will provide guidance, advocacy, and supervision to educational programs by ensuring the curriculum is academically sound, comprehensive, and responsive to the needs of the audience. They will provide oversight to programs with specific, desired learning outcomes, and recommend new and/ or modifications to curriculum to the AHRA Board of Directors for approval.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee
The Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee will collaborate with the AHRA volunteer and professional leadership to foster an environment of diversity, inclusion, and engagement through the education and adoption of diversity-promoting strategies.
Leadership Development Committee
The Leadership Development Committee will provide clear direction and paths for the development of AHRA members’ leadership opportunities; identify the best candidate(s) for the Class II Education Foundation Directors, and the best possible slate of candidates for the elected offices of President-elect and the elected Directors.
Member Recognition Committee
The AHRA’s Member Recognition Committee (MRC) is responsible for the oversight and selection of AHRA’s awards, scholarships, and member recognition.
The Membership Committee will collaborate with AHRA leadership to provide the highest value to members and help ensure long-term retention through the delivery of quality programs and services. The committee advises leadership on membership policies to ensure responsiveness to member needs, and oversees programs for the recruitment and retention of members.
Product and Services Committee
The Product and Services Review Committee will contribute to and advise the AHRA Board and Leadership by providing recommendations for the creation or updating of new and existing AHRA products/ services, and/or the discontinuation of existing products and services.
Regulatory Affairs Committee
The Regulatory Affairs Committee will use a systematic approach to evaluate proposed legislation, regulations and budget rules that impact medical imaging. The Committee may evaluate alliances, partnerships, or coalitions, including existing arrangements to ensure that they are furthering the goals of the organization.
The Spring Conference/CLIMB Design Team
The Spring conference/CLIMB Design Team will actively plan, prepare, and execute operations of AHRA's Spring conference, AHRA CLIMB: The Conference for Leadership in Imaging Management and Business. The Design Team reviews presentation proposals, interviews speaker candidates, and selects presenters; they are ambassadors for membership and exhibitors in advance of the event and onsite through greeting and engaging attendees.