Who Can Serve on a TAB?

Anyone who is interested in improving the health of their community may serve on a TAB.

Potential members include, but are not limited to:
 

doctor examining girl in communityCommunity-Based Organizations:

i.e., community and not-for-profit agencies

health care providersHealthcare Providers:

i.e., local hospitals and clinics as well as members of the health department or health board

teachersSchools:

i.e., public and private primary and secondary schools as well as local colleges and universities

volunteersService, Volunteer, and Philanthropic Organizations:

i.e., community service organizations 

faith-based organizationsFaith-Based Organizations:

i. e., interfaith and outreach ministry groups

police man and firemanPublic Servants:

i.e., local police, school police, firefighters and emergency rescue staff

local governmentLocal Government:

i.e., the Mayor, City Council members and other elected officials

local merchantsLocal Business Community:

i.e., local businesses, both large and small, as well as independent consultants

reporterMembers of the Media:

i.e., individuals from the local newspaper and radio and TV stations