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National Partner Committees

National Partners make an impact by serving on program committees. These issue specific committees will enable you to impact our industry self-regulation programs and guide us as we create solutions to meet future industry needs. 

The Membership Committee 

All National Partners are automatically members of this committee. This group will provide feedback on the member experience, guidance for the annual membership conference, and explore additional opportunities to recruit, retain, and engage members. 

 

The Outside Counsel Committee 

  • Eligibility: Any law firm that is a National Partner
  • Purpose: This committee provides feedback on the National Advertising Division and our children’s programs, including the Children’s Advertising Review Unit. This feedback includes, but is not limited to, a review of current processes, future opportunities in self-regulation, and reviews and comments on potential guidance development. 

The Children’s Committee 

  • Eligibility: Any corporate National Partners who are also Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) Supporters or Children’s Food & Beverage Advertising Initiative (CFBAI) participants or any child- or teen-directed program.

  • Purpose: Members of this committee have an interest in advertising, food & beverage, and privacy issues related to children and/or teens and will provide feedback on current processes and act as program ambassadors. 

 

The National Advertising Committee 

  • Eligibility: Any corporate in-house counsel that is a National Partner 

  • Purpose: This committee would provide feedback and guidance to the National Advertising Division (NAD) and National Advertising Review Board (NARB). Specifically, they would provide feedback on current processes, recommend improvements, and act as program ambassadors to increase exposure of the NAD and NARB programs and the advertising challenge process. 

 

The Privacy Committee 

  • Eligibility: Open to all interested National Partners 

  • Purpose: This committee provides feedback and guidance to our BBB EU Privacy Shield program, Digital Advertising Accountability Program, and the PrivacyCollective. Members have an opportunity to review current processes, recommend improvements, act as program ambassadors, and examine other opportunities of interest in the larger privacy space. 

 

The Consumer Sales Committee 

  • Eligibility: Open to all interested National Partners  

  • Purpose: This committee provides feedback and guidance concerning our direct selling programs. Specifically, they would provide feedback on current processes, recommend improvements, and act as program ambassadors. 

 

The Consumer Dispute Resolution Committee 

  • Eligibility: Open to all interested National Partners  

  • Purpose: This committee provides feedback and guidance to the automotive and telecom industry dispute resolution programs, such as BBB AUTO LINE. Participants will review current processes, recommend improvements, and act as program ambassadors. 

 

The Emerging Programs Committee 

  • Eligibility: Open to all interested National Partners  

  • Purpose: This committee provides guidance concerning programs in development and will explore new opportunities, outside of our current programs, where our expertise in self-regulation and dispute resolution can be utilized.