Who’s There for Communities? Meet the CAC Team for 2016 -2017
Community leaders will be glad to hear that once again, the STC Community Affairs Committee (CAC) has got their back in 2016-2017. If you need help, feel stuck, or just want ideas, look to the CAC as your connection to STC resources, Board of Directors, and staff.
Let’s introduce this year’s team so you can reach out.
Timothy Esposito, an STC Associate Fellow, is a principal technical writer at Oracle Corp. in Philadelphia, PA. His technical communication career began nearly 17 years ago when a past employer tasked him to first conduct, and then improve, a training class. Currently he works on teams with members living across the globe, from India through Europe, and across the United States.
After joining STC in 2005, Timothy started a scholarship program for undergraduates, for which he helped earn the Philadelphia Metro Chapter a Pacesetter Award. He has helped plan the PMC Conferences since 2008, as well as the Regional TechComm Competition with New York Metro and other chapters. He has been on the PMC board of directors for more than 10 years, serving as Treasurer for five years, as Vice President, as Webmaster, and now as President. He earned a Distinguished Chapter Service Award in 2015.
At the Society level, Timothy participated in the 2012 and 2015 budget review committees which reviewed all the submitted budgets for both SIGs and chapters. In 2015, he joined the STC Community Affairs Committee (CAC) as their webmaster and published several Best Practices articles on the CAC website (www.cac-stc.org). For the CAC, Timothy has worked with chapters to transfer their web hosting to STC, and to troubleshoot technology issues. Also, he has hosted and co-presented CAC webinars on topics ranging from managing chapter finances to attracting new members. After serving on the Scholarship Task Force, Timothy joined the new Scholarship Committee in 2016. Timothy’s book reviews have appeared in Technical Communication since early 2016.
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