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Passionate about your profession as a family child care provider? Interested in promoting FFCCHA’s mission?

Apply NOW for 2 Vacant Executive Committee Board positions to start immediately!! Executive Committee Application


Latino Liaison

Apply NOW for Executive Committee positions to start July 1, 2024

Public Relations, Treasurer, Membership, Professional Development

Apply NOW for Current Vacant Positions for Area Reps to start immediately: Area Rep Application

Current Open  Areas: 1,2,3,4,6,11,12,14,15,18, 19,22,23,24,25,26,27,30,31

Submit Area Rep applications to: Jennifer Richards

ALL current Even numbers NOW must re-apply now if they want to serve another 2 yr term. Odd numbers elected in Odd years (2025)

ALL Even numbers OPEN for July 1, 2024 term-elected in Even years 2024 

Apply NOW for Current Vacant Positions for Chairs: Chair Application

Committee Chairs (non-board positions):  see Committee Chair Position and Descriptions

Apply by March 1, 2024 for Executive Committee Board –2yr terms to start July 1, 2024:

Professional Development, Membership, Public Relations, Treasurer, Secretary

Applications are available at on the “Forms” page under Resources or contact:  

Nomination Chair, Mayra Marquez Applications can be submitted via e-mail, mail, fax or hand delivery.

Questions?  E-mail:

OR call: (407) 452-2967


Our mission is to represent a united voice on behalf of all children, to promote and encourage quality professional family child care through education, legislation, advocacy, mentoring, caring and love.

“No one can do everything but EVERYONE can do something!”

If you are a family child care provider and have a passion for your profession and are interested in promoting our mission, please submit an Executive Committee, Area Rep, or Chair application.

APPLY to start NOW

Latino Liaison (elected in odd numbered year)

The Latino Liaison is the representative for the Latino Council (Concilio Latino) meetings and responsible for all correspondence and information sent to the Latino providers and community (including input for the continuous development of the Spanish version of the FFCCHA website).  This officer assists the Professional Development Officer in organizing trainings for the Latino providers, assists as a translator and organizes the annual caucus at the state conference. He/she is also responsible for recruiting regional Latino delegates to join the Latino Council and serving on the Translation Committee.

 Secretary (elected in even numbered year)

The secretary is responsible for taking attendance and minutes at all general, executive and full board meetings, and any others as needed.  This officer keeps an official copy of all association records, including email votes, writes and sends correspondence as directed by the Executive Board, logs and files incoming and outgoing correspondence, routing copies to the appropriate officers and/or members and submits brief meeting news article for the newsletter.  The secretary serves on and oversees the Chaplain, Hospitality and Historian committees.

Apply NOW for Executive Committee positions to start July 1, 2024  

Deadline is March 1 to apply for FFCCHA Board positions to start July 1, 2024:

APPLY to start July 1 Even Year Board Job Descriptions

Public Relations (elected in even numbered year)

The Public Relations Officer is responsible for:  communicating with the public regarding child care issues as well as Association business distributing all FFCCHA brochures and flyers; maintains and sets up FFCCHA display boards; at quarterly meetings, conferences and as needed. The Public Relations Officer serves on and oversees the following committee:  Newsletter Editor.

 Treasurer (elected in even numbered year)

The Treasurer is responsible for maintaining all bank accounts and financial transactions of the Association. This person works closely with the Financial Assistant. The treasurer shall have custody of all association funds; shall keep a full and accurate account of receipts and expenditures; and shall make disbursements by their due dates or in a timely manner and in accordance with the approved budget, as authorized by the Full Board and the Executive Committee. At least two signatures will be on file at the bank with one signature required on all association checks.  The treasurer serves on and oversees the following committee: Finance and ad-hoc committees: Budget and Audit.

 Membership (elected in even numbered year)

The Membership Officer is responsible for: collecting, maintaining, and completing all records of membership dues paid to FFCCHA, Inc. and dues for NAFCC; give an updated report for newsletter and at each Full Board meeting and General Meeting; keeping Membership applications on file; recording, writing and keeping the dates of receipt and dates of deposit of dues on file; submitting mailing list for The Grapevine and conference brochure; submitting members who join NAFCC. This officer serves on and oversees the following committee:  Membership Development which includes membership drives, benefits, awards and parent memberships.

Professional Development Coordinator (elected in even numbered year)

The Professional Development Officer is responsible for: securing, planning and coordinating training for the quarterly meetings and the annual Leadership Summit for the Association. Duties include:  coordinating and organizing all on-site or virtual arrangements for all classes; organizing and coordinating the application process for training applicants; recording and processing any and all fees received; organizing and maintaining all training materials; and submitting all documents for the quarterly meeting and DCF contract reports. This officer serves on and oversees the following committees: CEU, MENTOR and Credential Scholarship.

In addition to their position duties, Executive Committee members are required to:

 Attend all quarterly: Executive Committee Meetings, Full Board Meetings, and annual: Executive Committee Development weekend, Leadership Summit, Conference, and General Meeting.

  1. Submit Officer Reports to the Secretary and President three (3) weeks prior to Full Board and General Meetings.
  2. Submit reports, forms, or articles to the Newsletter Editor by the quarterly deadlines, if required for their position.
  3. Respond promptly to all email correspondence and phone communication.
  4. Come prepared and arrive on time to all meetings.
  5. Work independently and work together with committees and all board members as a TEAM.

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