Meetings shall take place bimonthly with regularly scheduled meetings with employees to share information and receive feedback.
|Sherry Bratton||Ex-Officio||Human Resources||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Jim Foy||Member||Public Works ||First||8/1/22||12/31/25|
|Audrey Jenkins||Member||Human Resources||First||8/1/22||12/31/25|
|Matt Kaczynski||Member||Planning and Codes||Second||8/1/22||12/31/25|
|Linda Rees||Member||Recreation and Parks ||First||8/1/22||12/31/25|
|Todd Lord||Member||Emergency Services ||First||5/1/23||12/31/25|
|Tara Hill-Coursey||Member||Economic Development||First||5/1/23||12/31/25|
The board shall be composed of six voting members and one non voting member chosen from Human Resources:
- Department of Corrections
- Department of Emergency Services
- Department of Planning and Codes
- Department of Public Works
- Department of Recreation & Parks
- Administration (Admin, Finance, HR, IT and Tax)
Term of Office
Membership on the Employee Advisory Board shall be for a term of three years.
Charge / Authority
(Personnel Rules and Regulations of Caroline County; Chapter 1 Section 403)
The purpose of the Employee Advisory Board (the "EAB") is to provide employees with a group to represent employee interests, generate ideas, and foster communication between administrative staff and County Commissioners and the workforce.