IECRM has several volunteer committees that meet regularly. The committees typically each have a Chair, Co-Chair, and IECRM Staff Liaison. Committees are considered working-committees, as they regularly have tasks that they are working on in order to advance the work of IECRM. Similar to a governmental structure on the federal or state level, committees provide a recommendation or pertinent issues back to the full board of Directors for review.
The duties of each committee Chair are to schedule, conduct and take notes for the group. The Chair should communicate with all members with dates and items of specific meetings, along with appropriate agendas. The Chair should help facilitate discussions and preparations for the assigned tasks. A Co-Chair should be selected, in order to support the Chair and fill-in for the Chair in their absence.
Most committee meetings take place at the IECRM office, 11429 Pearl Street, Northglenn, CO 80233.
The following are the current committee descriptions:
Emerging Leaders Committee
The Emerging Leaders Committee designs and oversees the IECRM Emerging Leaders Program, a 6-month course designed to help advance the business skills and network of mid-career individuals that are on the trajectory for senior-level leadership within their companies and the industry.
The committee provides an opportunity to not only set up, design, and lead some of the program activities, but also allows you to participate as a learner within the group.
Committee Meetings Meetings
The committee meets periodically throughout the year. If you wish to get involved or attend, please contact Kori Hemans at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference # – (800-430-1833)
Access Code – (853-4886#)
Diversity & Inclusion Committee
In 2018, the IECRM Board of Directors established a strategic Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) initiative to build on our previous and existing efforts to expand our apprenticeship program.
IECRM is committed to increasing diversity of people, ideas, and beliefs and building an inclusive environment. It’s part of our strategic plan to recruit, retain, and recognize a diversity of people, range of interests, experiences, values, and cultural richness that define our country, industry, and the IECRM community.
Head of Operations
If you, or a member of your company, would like to serve on the committee, please email Marilyn Stansbury, IECRM CEO, at email@example.com.
Government Relations Committee
Co-Chair: David Scott (Encore Electric)
Co-Chair: Herb Phelps (Network Insurance)
Staff Liaison: Marilyn Stansbury (IECRM – CEO)
The Government Relations Committee monitors political activities in order to support legislation favorable to IECRM contractor members while opposing legislation that would negatively impact merit shop electrical contractors and independent businesses.
The committee assists with periodic IECRM representation at the state and federal level, attends committee meetings on a state level, provides a recommended course of action to the Board of Directors, and meets regularly with lobbyists during legislative sessions and reports to the membership.
- View IECRM’s 2019 Legislative Year in Review Report.
- View IECRM’s 2020 Legislative Year in Review Report.
The committee generally meets every other Thursday at IECRM Denver from 7:30am-8:30am during the legislative and at other scheduled times throughout the year. If you wish to attend, please contact Marilyn Stansbury at marilyn@iecrm.
Membership and Events Committee
Co-Chair: David Jones (QED)
Co-Chair: Jay Commusso (I-Pro, Inc.)
Staff Liaison: Mary Beth Armbruster (IECRM – Director of Operations and Member Services)
We put the FUN in FUNCTIONS! The Membership and Events Committee is responsible for providing high-quality benefits and value-added services to attract and retain Contractor Members and Industry Partners. Committee members assist in the oversight of creating an annual calendar of events, selection of events, planning, sponsorships, contacting members for participation and support, and evaluating events for value back to the membership. In addition, the committee identifies and schedules free educational seminars for enhancing the knowledge and competitive skills of IECRM Members. The committee meets every other month on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 11-1 p.m., often at the location of one of our committee members (lunch provided). If you wish to attend, please contact Mary Beth Armbruster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chair: Rick Mulnix (Integrity Electrical Solutions)
Staff Liaison: Paul Lingo (IECRM)
The Safety Committee is focused on making IECRM members and their employees aware of the importance of safety in the workplace through the dissemination of safety-related information and by offering safety training. The committee develops processes to reach members with workforce safety awareness, interview and judge safety award finalists, work with regulatory agencies with any updates or changes to safety policies, and share resources and safety best practices.
Mission Statement: The Rocky Mountain Chapter Independent Electrical Contractors’ Safety Committee will pursue unbiased knowledge and resources for educating our members in the elimination of unsafe conditions related to the electrical trade, and for the safekeeping of human life and property.
Vision: Our mission will be accomplished through persistent, honest and motivated use of communication techniques, industry networking, partnerships, and development analyses providing recognizable safety expertise in our region.
ALL IECRM Members are invited to attend these free presentations.
If you wish to get involved with the Safety Committee, please contact Paul Lingo at email@example.com.
For more information on any IECRM committee or to join one,
contact IECRM at 303-853-4886.