Board Members cannot serve as members of the Advisory Council. The Advisory Council may be comprised of up to six members. The Advisory Council may be comprised of attorneys, affirmative action consultants, statisticians, industrial psychologists, labor economists, and/or other consultants to the federal contractor community whose expertise the Board determines would be of assistance to the NILG.
Advisory Council Members may not directly market their products or services to, or solicit business from, NILG Board Members or take any other action that is inappropriate or inconsistent with the NILG’s mission, purpose, or vision. Advisory Council Members may, however, be speakers at, contribute as official sponsors, and exhibit at events, and engage in similar activities. Advisory Council Members shall not hold themselves out as speaking for the NILG unless the NILG Chair provides issue-specific specific authorization in advance.
Advisory Council Members serve at the pleasure of the NILG. Any Advisory Council Member who is unable to fulfill the duties or responsibilities; exhibits behavior that is inconsistent with the mission, objectives, or vision of the NILG; that violates any of the rules, procedures, or practices of the NILG; has a conflict of interest; and/or for any reason deemed inappropriate in the NILG’s sole discretion, may be removed from the Advisory Council by a majority vote of the NILG.
Scope of Service:
The Advisory Council meets regularly as scheduled by the NILG Chair or designee to discuss NILG initiatives and provide feedback and recommendations. The Advisory Council is expected to spearhead projects and serve as a think tank for the NILG. Upon approval by the NILG Board, some or all of the members of the Advisory Council may be invited to attend the NILG Board’s meetings with government agencies or other organizations. Time commitment varies, but Council Members should expect to devote an average of 10 hours per month to Board activities.