Fellow Nominating Committee
The Fellow Nominating Committee coordinates and reviews applications and nominations for Fellowship status in the SABI, and will be responsible for such activities before and during annual meetings. The FNC is also responsible for defining the qualifications for eligibility for Fellowship in the SABI. FNC committee activities involve multiple steps throughout the year leading to the presentation of Fellow nominees at the annual meeting, either by the Chair of the committee or the Reporting Board Member.
The Finance Committee provides guidance to the board to help ensure the financial health of the organization, informed by strong fiscal policies. The committee shall periodically review and revise the investment guidelines, financial audit documents, and fiscal policies of SABI, and make other financial-related recommedations as requested by the board.
The Mentoring Committee is responsible for oversight and direction of SABI Mentoring Program, ensuring that all participants have an enriching learning experience that contributes to their personal and professional growth and development. The goal of the Mentoring Program is to provide a professional development opportunity for future radiology leaders in SABI. The program aims to strengthen relationships between SABI members who participate as Mentors, between Mentors and the Mentee group, as well as between the SABI, referral contacts and the Mentee employer organizations.
The Membership Committee plays an important role in SABI’s ongoing efforts to encourage, support, recruit and retain SABI members. This committee serves as the backbone for member growth and engagement. Additionally, the committee assists with greeting attendees at SABI educational and social events, and helps identify opportunities to improve member engagement and the overall membership experience. The committee shall be responsible for review of criteria for candidates for Membership and In-Training Membership of the Society. The committee shall review membership applications and approve members, and with the approval of the Board, it may delegate this responsibility to the Executive Director.
The Program Committee develops credible, relevant, and cutting-edge programs; creates fruitful networking events and social opportunities; understands and manages the needs of both attendees and exhibitors; develops key long-term alliances and partnerships with potential sponsors and exhibitors; creates new and unique opportunities for industry to reach membership; solicits sponsorships and exhibitors; works to create and provide mutually beneficial sponsor, exhibitor, and attendee interactions; works closely with the Corporate Relations Advisory Board on all relevant pieces of the conference; adheres to the conference budget as approved by the Board of Directors.
Scientific Research Committee
The Research Awards – Scientific Committee (the “Research Committee”) reviews and revises abstract guidelines; solicits abstracts and reviewers from SABI members; sets qualifications for reviewers; assigns abstracts for reviews; evaluates abstract reviews; makes final decisions on abstract acceptances for posters, short talks, long talks and workshops; lays out program.
TAC (Technology Advisory Council)