The Governor serves as the Campaign Chairperson.
The Department of Administration Director serves as the Campaign Co-Chairperson.
Executive Policy Committee (EPC). The committee is comprised of agency directors or an appointee. They are responsible for developing and approving all policies and procedures that govern the SECC. They also conduct the final review of charities that will be eligible to participate in the campaign. The EPC hires an Executive Director to administer the campaign.
The Executive Director (ED). A State employee appointed by the Director. The ED oversees the implementation of the SECC. The primary responsibilities are to oversee the Steering Committee, serve as campaign spokesperson and act as liaison to all State Coordinators and the EPC. The ED is also responsible for fiscal procedures and communicating with and maintaining corporate sponsorship relationships.
Steering Committee (SC). The committee is comprised of State agency coordinators appointed by the agency directors. The primary function is to provide input and perspective in the direction of the SECC. They assist in the leadership and execution of the SECC campaign plan.
Northern Regional Coordinator (NRC). The NRC covers La Paz, Mohave, Coconino, Navajo, Apache and Yavapai counties. The Dept. of Economic Security-Division of Developmental Disabilities has offices in Parker, Lake Havasu, Bullhead City, Kingman, Flagstaff, Cottonwood, Prescott & Prescott Valley, Payson, Show Low, Eagar, Winslow, Window Rock, Chinle, Tuba City, Kykotsmovi and Page which are covered by the NRC.
Southern Regional Coordinator (SRC). The SRC covers Tucson and its surrounding areas.