NYSSA Committees

NYSSA committees are communities of like-minded individuals who share professional interests and goals. Together, committee members plan programs and social events, exchange ideas, and publish research. 

The new committee year begins September 1, but members may join at any time. Members may join any number of committees.


Why Join a Committee?

Joining a committee connects you to a community of professionals in your field who share their time, talent, and knowledge. Volunteering on a committee heightens your visibility as a vital participant in your profession and contributes to your professional development. Other benefits include:

  • Sharing information and ideas with a network of your peers.

  • Developing professional relationships and strengthening ties in the investment community.

  • Enhancing your leadership skills and expanding your network through contacts with speakers and other leading professionals.

  • Building expertise within your field.

What Does Committee Membership Involve?

Activities vary by committee. Each committee chooses a meeting schedule that suits its programming slate, its overall agenda, and its members’ availability. The responsibilities of membership on most committees include:

  • Building relationships with related organizations on Wall Street.

  • Developing programs that are of relevant interest to NYSSA members.

  • Planning and attending social and networking events.

  • Sharing information and resources on a particular topic.

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