Foundation of Shalom Park Finance Committee
A central concern of the Board of Directors is ensuring that the Foundation of Shalom Park (FSP) has the resources necessary to pursue its mission. And it is their fiduciary obligation to see that resources are properly used and reported.
A subcommittee of FSP Board of Directors is the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee is comprised of FSP appointees and representatives from all Park agencies – Temple Beth El, Temple Israel, Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte and the Sandra and Leon Levine Jewish Community Center.
Each committee member is required to have a working knowledge of finance, the annual budget process, non-profit laws and regulations, real estate and facility management operations and expense and capital concepts. The Treasurer of the FSP Board functions as the chairperson of the Finance Committee. He or she sets the agenda, oversees the meeting, makes a quarterly report and presents the annual budget recommendation, on behalf of the Finance Committee, to the FSP Board of Directors.
Foundation of Shalom Park Architectural and Aesthetics Committee
The purpose of the Foundation of Shalom Park (FSP) Architectural and Aesthetics Committee is to establish and ensure compliance with building and grounds architectural standards. It also has a prime goal of ensuring that a specific aesthetics, quality and cohesion is maintained.
The Architectural and Aesthetics (A&A) Committee is a subcommittee of the FSP Board of Directors. The committee is comprised of FSP appointees and the chairperson is appointed by the FSP Board of Directors. Each committee member is required to have a working knowledge of real estate and facility management operations, architectural, construction engineering and interior design concepts.
The committee meets as required, but no more than one time per month. The Executive Director of FSP sets the agenda and ensures that all Shalom Park agencies who desire to present a building modification, change or upgrade or a new installation to the A&A Committee is appropriately prepared. Upon review of the agency presentation the A&A Committee will approve, disapprove or recommend modifications to the presented project. Typically a report to the FSP Board of Directors is not made unless a significant project is presented to the Committee and has major implications to Shalom Park operations and or finances.
Foundation of Shalom Park Safety and Security Committee
TSafety and security is important because both safety and security affect Shalom Park operations, the mission of the housed agencies and individual well being. Safety is freedom from physical or emotional harm. Security is freedom from the threat or fear of harm or danger. These are the number one concerns of the Foundation of Shalom Park (FSP) Board of Directors.
The Safety and Security Committee is a subcommittee of the FSP Board of Directors. The committee is comprised of FSP appointees and the chairperson is appointed by the FSP Board of Directors. Each committee member is required to have a working knowledge of real estate and facility management operations and safety and security laws, regulations and processes. Newly important is tangential knowledge of data security operations. Most members have prior law enforcement, industrial security or legal backgrounds.
The committee chairperson and FSP Director of Safety and Security establish the quarterly meeting agenda based on the current needs of Shalom Park to ensure a safe and secure operating environment. The committee chairperson leads the meeting discussion, obtains agreement on policies, site security hardening and operational changes and makes all reports and recommendations to the FSP Board of Directors.