The ACA supports a number of committees and individual volunteers who have the roles and current activities described below.
For a complete list of ACA volunteers, with contact details, please click here (pdf).
Communications committee mandate is to monitor and improves communications within the Association, and between the Association and its stakeholders. The Committee includes the General Editor of Archiviaria, as well as the Editor of the ACA Bulletin which is the association's quarterly newsletter, and the Web Editor.
The Outreach Committee advises the Board of Directors on ways to improve public awareness of the ACA and the archival profession; acts as a central source for outreach information and resources for archives, archivists, and archival associations; and designs and delivers resources and tools that promote understanding and appreciation of archives, archivists and the ACA.
Professional Learning Committee
The Professional Learning Committee mandate is provide leadership to the ACA on matters relating to professional learning for archivists. The Committee gathers information on the professional learning needs of ACA individual and institutional members; advises the Board on the strategic directions for professional learning initiatives; and plans and facilitates the annual delivery of structured learning opportunities.
Membership Development Committee
The Membership Development Committee promotes membership in the ACA, recommends and develops new benefits and services for members, and coordinates programs to enhance the member experience.The Committee works to identify sources of new members and coordinates the Mentorship program.
The Governance Committee mandate is
to advise the Board of Directors on the overall governance of the ACA and to encourage continuity and consistency in all ACA operations.
The Ethics Committee mandate is
to review and advise the Board of Directors on ethical matters faced by the Association. The Committee reviews the Association's Code of Ethics on a regular basis.