Call For Committee Members

It's Time To Raise Your Hand For A CSI Chicago Chapter Committee

As a volunteer organization, we rely on the ongoing volunteer efforts of our members. All of our committees play an important role in helping our chapter accomplish our mission to advance the greater Chicagoland area for the Design and Construction communities by implementing the following: knowledge of building information management, construction technology, and project delivery methods to improve facility performance while fostering relationships and promoting education.

Whether you are new to CSI Chicago or celebrating a milestone anniversary, we encourage all of our members to get more involved in the chapter by volunteering to be on a committee. Participating in a committee can be a very rewarding experience both personally and professionally. It allows you to build your leadership and team skills, share your insights, and meet like-minded Chicagoland AEC professionals.

If you have any questions about our committees or volunteering with the chapter, please reach out to FY2023 Chapter President, Guadalupe Casimiro at

Committees and Subcommittees for FY2023 (August 1, 2022 - July 31, 2023)

Certification Committee

The Certification Committee advocates and champions CSI Certification programs for our chapter. They manage the relationship between CSI Chicago and CSI National Certification Programs while serving as a resource for chapter members who have certification questions.  They manage all local events related to CSI Certification, including the CDT Exam Study Class.

Chapter Awards Committee

The Chapter Awards Committee is responsible for overall planning, organization, and execution of CSI Chicago Chapter Awards. Committee duties include evaluating and establishing award categories and criteria, collecting nominations, reviewing nominations, managing judging process, and executing the annual awards celebration.

Communications Committee

The Communication Committee develops, executes, and manages the chapter's communications strategy and channels, while by keeping in mind of the Board's overall goals and objectives and the organization's mission. The committee works with other committees to understand how they can help enhance their efforts through use of marketing communications. They work closely with the Executive Director and other committees to obtain input that fuels their copy and graphics.  If you enjoy writing, designing graphics and/or have interest in technology then this committee is a great fit for you.

Community Engagement Committee

Community Engagement Committee
The Community Engagement Committee develops strategies and executes activities to support our local Chicago community as a whole.  Giving back to the community is part of our mission and this committee is focused on cultivating relationships with the community and ultimately providing ways for our Chapter to support and improve our community. Currently Rebuilding Together is the main initiative of this committee but we look to expand our efforts in FY2023 with this committees help.


Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee
The purpose of CSI Chicago Chapter’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee is to enrich our members understanding while influencing our chapter and local AEC community to expand thought and acceptance toward diversity, equity, and inclusion in our society in a considerate and equitable way. Through outreach, education, and training, we intend to expand our base constituency—in both number and impact in communities overlooked and underserved. We will work together to embrace meaningful change and sound growth for all people.  All those who wish to participate within CSI Chicago Chapter, shall feel welcomed and encouraged to share their experiences.


Executive Committee
The Executive Committee ensures effective implementation of CSI Chicago’s Strategic Plan, which is updated each year. They also work to ensure the financial and operational sustainability of CSI Chicago which includes risk management.  The Executive Committee facilitates decision making between Board Meetings or in the case of a crisis or other urgent circumstances.

The Executive Committee consists of the current CSI Chicago President, Immediate Past President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice Presidents.


Membership Committee
The Membership Committee provides advice and counsel to the board on matters of membership and partnership recruitment and retention. They are responsible for the chapter’s customer service by answering questions, welcoming new members and partners, keeping our members and partners informed of the resources available to them, and overseeing the chapter’s growth and retention programs.


Nominations Committee
The nominations Committee develops the board slate of candidates that represents a broad spectrum of our membership and promotes diversity.  The committee reviews all Board nominees and compiles the board slate per the chapter's bylaws.  This committee is made up of the President, President-Elect, and other chapter members approved by the board that are not nominating themselves for a FY2023 chapter board position.


Program Committee
The Program Committee develops and executes the technical and non-technical educational program strategy of the chapter.  The committee works closely with the board to establish program quantity and frequency, delivery format, primary attendee target(s), soliciting and coordinating speakers, event budgeting, and event sponsorship opportunities.


Social Committee
The Social Committee develops and manages all social events that promote and strengthen working relationships that align with the Board's overall goals and objectives and organization's mission, including our holiday party, happy-hour type events, and our summer outing.  The committee is responsible for volunteering at the event to ensure it runs smoothly and coordinating with the CSI Chicago Foundation to support fundraising efforts.


CSi2eye Committee
The CSi2eye Committee manages the strategy and execution of the chapter’s premier one-to-one technical education event.  They work to obtain and evaluate participant applications to ensure a balanced and unbiased selection process.  They work closely with the Program Committee to select an educational speaker for the event.  They are also on site volunteering on the day of the event to ensure a seamless day.