OEA’s long history of advancing the concerns of all members from all walks of life is reflected in the various caucuses and their participation in the association.
The caucuses serve to represent the interests and issues of their specific communities within the OEA and the community.
Caucuses are special interest network groups who promote association policy that benefits it members, take part in activities related to their cause and work to improve the profession for all members.
To be an official OEA Caucus, the group must estabish itself with officers, bylaws and purpose. All OEA members are encouraged to find a caucus that promotes a cause they believe in and get involved.