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Registrar Oversight

The Registrar Oversight Committee (ROC) oversees and facilitates performance and compensation reviews for the Registrar & CEO on behalf of the board. The ROC also provides recommendations on succession planning and any other matters pertaining to the Registrar & CEO oversight. 


The ROC consists of three members: one public board member, one registrant board member, and the board chair or vice-chair. Appointment terms are for one year. A board member may serve on the ROC for up to six consecutive years. 


The ROC usually meets by videoconference, but can meet by teleconference, in-person or by email. The number of meetings an ROC member attends in a year varies; however, members should be prepared to attend six meetings per year, in addition to an annual orientation.

Committee composition matrix 

The document below includes information about the professional or academic skills that committee members may need, as well as other elements relevant to the work, such as personal values, lived experience, varied backgrounds, perspectives, and knowledge.

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