Position Summaries

ECCL Environmental Committee Chairperson

Reports To: Chief Operating Officer

The Environmental Committee Chairperson (ECC) is tasked with overseeing the administrative functions and strategic initiatives of the Environmental Committee (EC) and assuring the fulfillment of the EC’s Mission of maintaining and improving Estero’s beautiful and protected environmental and freshwater offerings. Collaborating with the Village of Estero, local, state, and national organizations, and other conservation organizations, the ECC will be active in many issues that affect Estero’s environment including but not limited to:

  • Density Reduction Groundwater Resource (DG/GR)
  • Mining
  • Edison Farms
  • 1-75 Culverts
  • Flood Prevention
  • Waterways
  • Environmental Action Group Activities

 

ECCL Arts & Entertainment Committee Chairperson

Reports To: Chief Operating Officer

The Arts & Entertainment Committee Chairperson (AECC) is tasked with overseeing the administrative functions and strategic initiatives of the Arts & Entertainment Committee (AEC) and assuring the fulfillment of the AEC’s Mission of advocating for, supporting, and encouraging local, state and Village leadership and not-for-profit and civic organizations to pursue establishing Arts, Recreation, Sports and Entertainment venues and facilities in the Estero area.

The AECC will develop relationships with and interact with individuals/organizations currently involved and interested in supporting such efforts. The organizations may include but not be limited to Hertz Arena. FGCU Alico Arena, Lee County Schools, Lee County Parks, Koreshan State Park. The AECC will survey Estero political, business and civic organizations to help determine priorities.

 

Health Committee Chairperson

Reports To: Chief Operating Officer

The Health Committee Chairperson) is tasked with overseeing the administrative functions and strategic initiatives of the Health Committee’s mission to create a physical, social and economic environment that will foster good health outcomes. To encourage the establishment of local high-quality health facilities to meet the wellness and treatment needs of our community

The Health Committee Chairperson will develop relationships with and interact with individuals/organizations currently involved and interested in supporting such efforts. The organizations may include but not be limited to Lee Health Coconut Point (LHCP), Lee County Injury Prevention Coalition, the American Heart Association, and the Brooks Commons Club.

 

ECCL Education Committee Chairperson

Reports To: Chief Operating Officer


The Education Committee Chairperson (ECC) is tasked with overseeing the administrative functions and strategic initiatives of the Education Committee and assuring the fulfillment of the Education Committee (EC) Mission of collaborating with the Village of Estero and Estero Area School leaders and professionals, to support students, teachers, and administrators in ways that enhance the quality of education and contribute to a better quality of life in Estero.

The ECC contributes to assuring quality educational organizations and programs resulting in a recognition that the Estero-Area is recognized as a destination where people want to live, worship, conduct business and educate their children.

ECCL Transportation Committee Chairperson

Reports To: Chief Operating Officer

The Transportation Committee Chairperson (TCC) is responsible to monitor traffic condition issues and develop approaches to solicit support from Village, State, and National organizations to solve transportation-related potential and current problems. Lee County’s year-round population has grown by 80,000 residents in the last 7 years since 2010 and traffic corridors are getting more and more crowded.  Add to that about 2,500 new snowbird residents each year and the growing number of visitors who have been part of our recent record-breaking tourism seasons. Each year through 2045, we will have added another 383,000 full-time residents to our current population of 700,000. The TCC responsibility is to advocate for solutions to traffic-related problems due to population growth.

 

ECCL Development Committee Chairperson

Reports To: Chief Operating Officer

The Development Committee Chairperson (DCC) serves as a key leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting ECCL advocacy activities.  Monitoring physical and land use, this position is responsible for all Village related development activities. The successful candidate will help forge new relationships to build ECCL visibility, impact, and input. The DCC will have primary responsibility for establishing reporting on potential Village growth and developing plans to support or oppose the implementation of Village development plans.

She or he will work closely with other EMT members to assure Village development activities meet needs and standards and will work closely with the President and provide insight into decision making by the EMT.

 

ECCL Finance Committee Member

Supports the Chief Financial Officer

The Finance Committee Member supports the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in setting ECCL’s financial policy and direction. She or he will support financial administration and budgeting efforts and perform related tasks as requested by the CFO.

ECCL Communications Committee Member

Supports the Chief Communications Officer

The Communications Committee Member supports the Chief Communications Officer (CCO) in his role of promoting the ECCL. The CCO holds ultimate responsibility for the ECCL’s communications activities and oversees the development and delivery of a fully integrated communications plans and strategies for the organization and will lead and participate in the execution of that plan. She or he will support communications efforts and perform related tasks as requested by the CCO.

ECCL Membership Development Committee Member

Supports the Chief Membership Development Officer

The Membership Development Committee Member supports the Chief Membership Development Officer (CMO) who is tasked with overseeing the operational and membership development functions of the ECCL. The CMO is responsible for addressing the needs of ECCL membership, including service delivery, recruiting, and retaining members in accordance with ECCL by-laws and policies. The role is also responsible for developing relationships with the Village of Estero, Chamber of Commerce, Estero area businesses, and not-for-profit leadership to understand how members may contribute to problem resolution and meet their needs and seek membership growth opportunities. She or he will support membership development efforts and perform related tasks as requested by the CMO.

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