I.                     MISSION

The mission of the committee is to ensure a fair, equitable, manageable and flexible structure to the activities of the board and advise the board on judicious application of said structure.

II.                   NEEDS 

Access to Website and Other Functions used by the Pride Sports League.

III.                 AUTHORITY

The committee operates under authority from the PSL Board of Directors. 

IV.                 PARTICIPANTION

The PSL president selects the committee chair, and the chair chooses committee participants and the number of committee participants in consultation with the president.   

Committee participants do not need to be on the Board of Directors. 


1)       The committee chair shall call committee meetings when necessary.

2)       Meetings may be in person, by conference call, or through other electronic means.

3)       All meetings shall be documented with agendas and minutes.  Minutes shall be distributed to all committee participants, and PSL Secretary in a timely manner after the meeting. 

          The chair is responsible for the writing and distribution of meeting agendas, minutes or assignments but may tap committee participants for assistance.

4)       Reports to the Board shall be provided at each meeting as appropriate. 

VI.                 DECISION MAKING

Committee decisions shall attempt to be made by consensus as appropriate to the committee authority.

VII.               GOALS AND REPORTING (updated yearly)

Consistent with the goals outlined below, the committee shall transmit to the Board of Directors an annual plan for committee work with budget requests by Board Budget Meeting of each year. The committee chair shall report the committees activities and accomplishments to the PSL at each Board meeting. 

The committees immediate goals include: 

September 2019 - August 2020 Goals 

Continue to Review Policies and Processes, and update where needed.

Look into creating processes for training different aspects of Sports League; i.e. website functions. 

Look into creating reactive vs. proactive guide lines for Board Members and Commissioners particularly for events.

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