The Member Engagement committee looks after APEN's communication channels - ExtensionNet, Rural Extension & Innovation Systems Journal, APEN Website, eBulletin, Social Media, Webinars, Media releases. They also oversee the former Education Training and Professional Development committee (now a task force of the SE committee) and international initiatives, including engagement with the Global Forum for Rural Advisory Services (GFRAS) and the wider international community.
This committee ensures the governance systems of APEN, including the governance policies and procedures underpinning the conduct of the functions of the organisation comply with current regulatory requirements and reflect contemporary business, governance, policy and ethical requirements.
This committee looks after APEN's Business and Marketing strategies. They oversee APEN events, the biennial Conference , the biennial Roadshow (alternate years), the Mentoring Scheme, membership categories and sponsorship and sales opportunities and spreading the word about APEN and membership.
This committee ensures the finance, audit and business functions of APEN, including the policies and procedures underpinning the conduct of the business and human resource management functions comply with current regulatory requirements and reflect contemporary business, governance and ethical requirements in Australia.