APA Diversity Task Force of Membership
Appointed in Spring 2005, the Diversity Task Force of the APA Membership Committee is charged with developing implementable ideas to increase the diversity of the membership. In addition, the subcommittee is responsible for providing insight into effective outreach strategies to diverse audiences. The subcommittee issued their annual report to the board at the 2007 APA National Planning Conference in Philadelphia.
Diversity Task Force
Angela D. Brooks, AICP
Task Force Members
Linda Amato, AICP
Jeanette Dinwiddie-Moore, FAICP
Jennifer S. Erickson
Ramond A. Robinson
Zunilda Rodriguez, AICP
Nicole J. Thompson
Elizabeth Tyler, FAICP
Jeffrey Albert Wilkerson, AICP
Contact the APA Diversity Task Force of Membership: firstname.lastname@example.org
APA Social Relevance Task Force
APA President David Siegel, AICP appointed the Social Relevance Task Force in September 2005. The Social Relevance Task Force's charge is to identify and investigate opportunities to forge strategic partnerships which will result in increased participation in planning policy and local planning processes by underserved populations and persons of color.