Committee Recruitment Process

Based on direction from SB 5445 passed during the 2011 legislative session, the Exchange Board may establish an advisory committee or technical advisory committee (TAC) to advise the Board Policy and/or Operations Committees on technical and/or policy issues.


Any person may nominate a qualified candidate(s) for one or more of the Exchange committees. Self-nominations are also accepted. The Exchange seeks nominees from various stakeholder and tribal perspectives, including but not limited to, community service or advocacy organizations that assist consumers with health care; health insurance carriers; navigators; agents and brokers; health care providers; tribal entities; businesses; and other groups that represent health care or the health care industry.

Nominee Qualifications

Nominees should have subject matter expertise in their field and must have experience and/or professional perspectives related to the specific topics assigned to the advisory committee or TAC for deliberation.

How to Apply

The Exchange will solicit nominations on a quarterly basis when there is a need to replace vacancies. To receive recruitment notifications, please sign-up for our email updates.

 Nominations of qualified individuals must include:

  • Short biography
  • Short statement on how the nominee’s experience and/or professional perspective relates to the committee for which the nominee is applying

Exchange Nominating Committee

The Exchange Nominating Committee members are responsible for reviewing and selecting nominees that are presented to the Exchange Board for final review and approval. The Nominating Committee will review nominations based on one or more of the following criteria to select suitable nominees for membership:

  1. Nature of the group/organization to be represented
    • Consumers, health insurance carriers, insurance agents/brokers, navigators, small business, tribes, health care providers, relevant state agencies, and others in the health care industry
  2. Relevant experience and expertise in one or more of the following areas:
    • Knowledge and understanding of the health care industry, including the commercial insurance market, Medicaid, and other health care delivery systems
    • Thorough knowledge and understanding of the health insurance components in the Affordable Care Act (ACA), especially health insurance exchanges
    • Consumer perspectives and experiences with the Exchange
    • Exchange outreach and education efforts
    • Utilizing agents and brokers in the Exchange
    • Health equity
  3. Reason for interest in serving
  4. Geographical location
  5. Represent the county’s diversity