The Liaison Committee will be composed of individuals from various sites to assist CEMA in communicating information to its members and to help with membership recruitment. Liaisons link the membership to the Executive Board and participate in the promotion and advocacy of CEMA-wide goals at the departmental level.

Liaison responsibilities include: communicating CEMA information with members, recruiting new members of their work area, promoting professional development activities, participating in Liaison Committee Meetings, and attending labor management meetings in their department. CEMA liaisons may act as a resource for members but do not act as a 'steward' and are not expected to file grievances or handle disciplinary issues. Such matters must be forwarded to the CEMA Business Representative for action. CEMA liaisons must agree to sign and follow the CEMA Liaison Job Description provided at the time of appointment.