Local Chapters of the FAIR Institute provide the opportunity to meet with your peers across a variety of industries in your geographical area to learn from each other’s expertise and operational practices and to exchange views on possible applications of the FAIRTM quantitative risk analysis model. As a Chapter Chair, you will help drive progress in the risk management profession and establish yourself as a leader in your community.

Rules for Establishing a FAIR Institute Chapter

  • Potential FAIR Institute Chapters must be led by at least two (2) Co-Chairs
    • It is the Institute's preference that the Co-Chairs be from different organizations but it is not required
  • Prospective Co-Chairs must be from company using FAIR as an end-user, not a vendor organization
    • End-users are defined as a company that is using FAIR to build an internal risk management program 
    • An exemption is made for FAIR Institute Sponsors
  • Prospective Co-Chairs of local FAIR Chapter shall obtain and maintain FAIR Institute membership
  • Prospective Co-Chairs of local FAIR Chapter shall be OpenFAIR Certified prior to Chair Appointment
  • A minimum of 30 members present in the related geographical area must be interested in forming a local FAIR Chapter
  • Prospective Co-Chairs shall commit to a minimum initial term of 1 year
  • Prospective Co-Chairs shall hold quarterly meetings
  • Prospective Co-Chair Appointment shall require final approval from the President of the FAIR Institute
  • Chapter promotions/invitations will be managed via the FAIR Institute platform
  • Chapter Co-Chairs are required to attend and potentially participate at the annual FAIR Conference
  • Currently, Co-Chairs operate on a fully voluntary basis, without any exchange of monetary goods or fees
The FAIR Institute, at its sole discretion, may create and/or disband a Chapter; and appoint, remove, or replace a Chapter Chair/Co-Chair should the FAIR Institute determine a Chair/Co-Chair and/or Chapter fail to perform the responsibilities and obligations outlined herein. The FAIR Institute may revise the responsibilities and obligations of a Co-Chair/Chair and or Chapter at any time.

Apply to become a Local Chapter Chair