Traditionalists would opt for your second sentence, capitalizing and formalizing Secretary and Finance Committee by making them proper nouns. However, contemporary writers would opt for the first sentence, leaving the words as common nouns. The important thing is to be consistent throughout a given document; and, if this is a question of parliamentarian procedure, my hunch is that the more formal is the way to go.
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If I am asking parents to respond to this: “My expectations for my child this year” would I use the word for or the word of? I think it’s for, but I wasn’t sure. Also, would it be the same for this question for a parent to respond to: “My expectations for my child’s teacher this year”. Thank you! Have a great day!