Community Alliance Chair

The responsibilities of the Community Alliance Chair are as follows:

  • Provide one-on-one support to those who contact the TSC Alliance seeking a connection in the local area
  • Organize social activities like picnics, holiday parties, support groups and educational sessions with featured speakers
  • Serve as the point of contact for individuals and families seeking more information on local services, professional services and TSC Alliance programs
  • Attend the annual March on Capitol Hill and leadership training event in Washington, DC and/or participate in government relations efforts


Varies. Local. United States Only.

Current Openings:

  • TSC Alliance of Arkansas
  • TSC Alliance of the Heartland
  • TSC Alliance of New England
  • TSC Alliance of Tennessee

Time Requirements:

Approximately 30-40 hours annually in the support functions plus the annual March on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC from Tuesday to Thursday in the first week of March with approximately 5-10 hours leading up to the event and 5-10 hours following for the March on Capitol Hill and Leadership Training.

Skill Set Required:

Willingness and ability to communicate with local families, communication skills, planning, organization, interest in government advocacy

Supported by:

Shelly Meitzler, Director, Outreach and Support, smeitzler@tscalliance.org

Apply online for an open Community Alliance Chair position.