Timeframe: 2003 – Present (elections began in 2016)
Chair: Adam Fontecchio, Drexel University
- Kitch Barnicle, CIRTL Central
- Chris Chen, Columbia University
- Rachel Kennison, University of California, Los Angeles**
- Cora MacBeth, Emory University
- Amanda Robin, University of California, Los Angeles**
- Brian Rybarczyk, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill**
- Kate Williams, Georgia Institute of Technology
**Current members who will rotate off after this year. To see who has served in prior years, visit the Past Committee Members page.
The LT is the decision-making authority in CIRTL as regards policies, using sociocratic processes, and except in such cases as when a policy needs to be decided by the Network as a whole or is delegated to a Standing Committee. The LT advises the Director on operational decisions such as revenue planning, program expenditures, initiatives, network procedures and practices, and implementation of CIRTL policies. (See also CIRTL Constitution & Bylaws.)
Regular duties include:
- Planning and attendance at monthly Administrative and Network meetings
- Providing substantive input to the planning of the twice yearly General meetings
- Reviewing CIRTL Member contributions once per year
- Implementing other procedures and practices as needed
- Providing regular reports on LT activities
The Leadership Team meets once a week for approximately one hour. Time outside of regular meetings is spent reviewing documents and materials relevant to the LT meetings and authoring and editing documents in preparation for or as follow up to CIRTL meetings. Outside of the weekly Leadership Team meeting, time commitment varies from week to week but averages several hours per month. Members of the Leadership Team may take on special tasks or initiatives which require additional time commitment.
Meets: Weekly, 1 hour
Eligibility: The LT consists of eight people including the Director, Associate Director, four people elected from the CIRTL Leaders and Administrative Co-Leaders, an elected Graduate Student or Postdoctoral Scholar, and an elected At-Large person.
- For the four CIRTL Network Leaders positions, having been an CIRTL Institutional Leader or Administrative Co-Leader for at least one year, and preferably but not necessarily, having served the CIRTL Network in another leadership capacity, such as being a member of a CIRTL committee or working group.
- For the Graduate Student or Postdoctoral Scholar position, having achieved the Practitioner level, and verification of their status and endorsement by their institutional CIRTL leaders.
- For the At-Large position, anyone at a Network institution who is active in a local CIRTL learning community or active in cross-Network activities. People from constituencies represented by dedicated slots on LT are not eligible.
Term Length: 2 years
In-Kind Contribution Amount: 1.0