The Selection Committee must have the right composition and membership to ensure the best outcome. It should have a balanced representation of employees from various levels, departments, and groups, as well as a range of functional expertise. In addition, the committee should be diverse in terms of gender, ethnicity, and functional expertise. Members of the selection committee should also be familiar with the specifics of the position to help them make an informed choice.
The Selection Committee oversees all aspects of the application process, including interviews, information sessions, and reviews of applications. It is composed of the chairs of the Governance and Selection Committees. A subset of the Committee reviews all applications by mid-December and conducts first-round interviews in late January to select the twelve finalists. The Committee meets three times a year to discuss the application process and make final decisions. It also selects two alternates in the event that one of the applicants declines.
The Selection Committee is responsible for selecting teams that will play in March Madness. They are responsible for providing unbiased rankings of teams, and choosing which teams will advance. The committee fills 32 spots with teams that automatically qualify from a conference, while the remaining 36 spots are filled by teams that received “at-large” bids.
The City Selection Committee meets three or four times per year. Meetings are held as needed, and public participation is encouraged. A majority vote is necessary for selection. Members of the committee are appointed to boards and agencies required by law. They serve as an advisory body to the Mayors of incorporated cities. They also nominate city officials for required positions, including the California Coastal Commission.