The Executive Committee is responsible for chapter affairs between NASW-Illinois Chapter Board of Director's meetings. The committee consists of the chapter president, president-elect, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and two members at-large.
This committee considers complaints of alleged violations of the NASW Code of Ethics, an employer's personnel standards, or the right of social workers to professional action on behalf of clients. The committee maintains a phone line that assists social workers with various ethical issues that they confront in everyday practice
The Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identity (CCNLI) is responsible for conducting the chapter's nominations, selection, and election process in accordance with the Standards for NASW Chapter Nomination and Elections.
This committee helps to elect candidates for public office who support legislation and policies consistent with the goals of the social work profession. It promotes NASW legislative policies through political action and through support of candidates. It also promotes political education and full participation in the electoral political process among NASW-Illinois Chapter members.