Working Groups & Task Forces

Overview

Working Groups & Task Forces

ASBC’s Working Groups and Task Forces provide members with an ongoing opportunity to shape and engage in our policy work.

Working Groups are organized around major, policy or issue areas, (e.g. energy/environment, tax reform, safer chemicals, responsible workplace, etc.) and they meet on an on-going basis. The working groups are designed to: act as a body of advisors to ASBC staff; help us think long-term; define principles that guide the on-going work within a policy area; identify new opportunities; provide spokespersons; and mobilize members to support  specific campaigns. They meet every two or three months; are supported by ASBC staff and guided by ASBC members who serve as co-chairs.

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Working Group for Women

ASBC’s Working Group for Women is a ‘think-do tank’ for forward-thinking women business owners, managers and employees that helps to ensure that gender concerns are reflected in our policy and advocacy work.

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Diversity & Inclusion Working Group

ASBC’s Diversity and Inclusion Working Group was created to ensure that the perspectives, voices and values of a multicultural America are reflected in ASBC’s policy work. It collaborates with ASBC’s policy team to gather support on