The Association of Accounting Marketing plans to restructure its committees and subcommittees starting in July.

The new structure will organize the committees into two strategic units, education and membership, focusing on carrying out the objectives set by the board annually. A public relations person will be assigned to each subcommittee whose responsibility will be to communicate about the projects under development to the Communications Committee.

The subcommittees each will be set up as single-focus tactical units to help improve the volunteers’ understanding of their roles and expedite various projects.

AAM has undergone a number of dramatic changes in the past year, including its move to a new headquarters in Mount Laurel, N.J., a new interactive conference Web site, the development of a communications task force and a compensation survey, and more. The group also hired a new management company to run the organization’s operations last year and replaced its executive director (see AAM Replaces Management).

AAM is now looking for more volunteers to serve on its committees and subcommittees. For more information, visit

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