Organizational Development Committee
Per the Caucus bylaws, The Organizational Development Committee shall prepare, develop, review the implementation of, and recommend changes to the two-year plan of the organization. The Organizational Development Committee shall recommend the persons to serve as representatives of the organization, including at-large representatives known as regional vice chairs. The Organizational Development Committee shall determine the jurisdiction of the regional vice chairs. The Organizational Development Committee shall also be responsible for:
1. preparing, developing, recommending, and reviewing the implementation of procedures to improve the operation of the organization
2. maintaining these Bylaws and appropriately incorporating and formatting any amendments to either the Bylaws, special rules, or standing rules.
3. reviewing any proposed amendments or revisions to the bylaws or special rules of order, as well as recommending amendments and revisions to the bylaws or special rules of order.
4. reviewing membership applications and submitting its recommendations to the Executive Board and general membership.
The Organizational Development Committee is chaired by Tai Esteban Sunnanon.
Tai has spent 25 years as a global social entrepreneur, university instructor, author and speaker. In 2021, he was named 100 Most Dynamic Leaders by Exeleon and was a 2021 U.S. Department of Defense Fellow.
Tai is also a Air Force Veteran and currently serves as an officer in the Air Force Reserves, serving as Flight Commander for the personnel section that impacts all 4k+ members of his military base.
Tai is also a Delegate to the California Democratic Party, representing AD51 in Los Angeles County.