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Executive Committee

The Executive Committee (EC) represents the Leadership Team of the Planning Council and is composed of the officers of the Planning Council and the Chair/Co-chairs of each Standing Committee and Caucus.  Its core responsibility is to ensure the work of committees progresses in an orderly and integrated fashion.


  1. Setting the date and agenda for each Planning Council meeting; 

  2. Receiving reports from Committee Chairs; 

  3. Coordinating the efforts of all standing committees involved in the development of the Ryan White Program grant applications; 

  4. Coordinating the work of the Planning Council with the Administrative Agency; 

  5. Reviewing the performance of the Administrative Mechanism; 

  6. Establishing a Grievance Committee, when needed, as set forth in Addendum B attached to these Bylaws; 

  7. Reviewing and investigating any violations of the Code of Conduct, and if warranted, recommending the removal of a Member for a cause; and 

  8. Performing other duties as may be required or assigned by the Co-Chairs of the Planning Council or by vote of the Planning Council. 

Committee Members

Ronique Pleasant
Membership, Nominations & Election, Chair
Korie Smith
NA/CPCC, Chair
Membership, Nomination & Elections
Santiago Serrato
Planning Council Co-Chair
Wayne Wientjes
Planning Council Co-Chair

Fiscal Management and Reallocation Committee (FMRA)

The FMRA Committee monitors spending to address the financial needs for HIV-related Healthcare services across the San Antonio TGA. Currently, the FMRA Committee jointly conducts its meetings concurrently with the MNE and Executive Committees.


The following are FMRA Committee core responsibilities:

  1. Monitoring priorities and expenditures and recommending any reallocation of Part A funding to the Planning Council to address HIV-related healthcare needs.

  2. Requesting pertinent data and information from the Administrative Agency/Recipient to assist the Planning Council in making decisions to establish HIV-related service needs and priorities and deciding funding requirements.


​Currently, the FMRA and Executive Committees hold joint meetings. Members of both committees monitor monthly the utilization of HIV-related healthcare services and spending associated with the service delivery to ensure as best they can that adequate Part A resources are available to meet the needs of the community.

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