Friday, June 6, 2014

Convention Starts on Wednesday, June 25 for Leaders

Photo of Austin with June 26 to 29
Reminder. There are two workshops on Wednesday that kicks-off the convention for both chapter and state leaders.  Please be sure to look over either the planning guide for each session to use as a checklist to help you organize all the needs and questions you would to cover in these meetings.

Wednesday, June 25 2 p.m to 5 p,m.

All Leaders Chapter Building Workshop
Moderator: Ed Ogiba, Director of Chapter Development

This is a session for all delegates, state coordinators, state leaders and particularly chapter leaders looking for proven, new ways to build attendance at meetings plus a stronger volunteer and membership base. A panel of chapter leaders will discuss successful chapter programs in education, advocacy and support plus new approaches to outreach, social networking and fundraising. Attendees are encouraged to review the session planning guide  in advance to help get more out of the workshop. For more information, contact Ed Ogiba.


Wednesday June 25 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.  

State Leaders Workshop                                                                                 Edward F. Ogiba, Director of Chapter Development

This workshop is for all State Coordinators, State Board Members and anyone aspiring to become a State Coordinator or to join or start a new state association. The session will focus at both successful and new pilot programs designed to deliver the HLAA Mission in a state, with a special emphasis on new programs to support existing chapters or open new ones. New and pilot HLAA support programs to support state coordinators and fundraising strategies will also be discussed. Attendees are encouraged to review the session planning guide in advance to help get more out of the workshop. Please note that this is a different guide than the one for the All Leaders Workshop. For more information, contact Ed Ogiba.


All leaders workshops will take place in the Wedgwood Room located on the Atrium Level of the Renaissance Austin. 


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