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CSAP Spring Conference


May 13-14, 2016
LaFonda on the Plaza
Santa Fe, New Mexico

State Association Leadership: Refresh, Recharge, Renew

Registration     Agenda    Lafonda on the Plaza    Getting to Santa Fe    Speakers/Disclosures

 

 

Registration

Register by Mail or Fax or by completing the online registration form.

Register Online

Printable Registration Form

Mail to: CSAP Office
700 McKnight Park Drive, Suite 708
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Fax to: 412-366-8804

Confirmations
You must provide your email address on your registration form if a confirmation is desired. All confirmations will be sent via email prior to the meeting.

Cancellation and Refund Policy
All cancellations and refunds will be processed after the meeting. Full refunds (minus a $25 handling fee) will be made only if a written cancellation request is received by May 1.

Agenda

Thursday, May 12

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm   

Welcome Reception –  Hosted by ASHA

Friday, May 13

8:00 am - 8:30 am     

Registration and Breakfast

8:30 am - 8:45 am

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Timothy Ball, President, CSAP

8:45 am - 12:00 pm

Stronger by Association
Arlene Pietranton, Chief Executive Officer, ASHA

Advocating for the Professions
Janet Deppe, Director State Advocacy, ASHA
Cheris Frailey, Director State Education and Legislative Advocacy, ASHA
Richard Romero, New Mexico Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Lobbyist

Roundtable 1
Working With Lobbyists and Lawmakers

State Brags and Moans
Kelli Zeimetz-Mehmert, Secretary, CSAP

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Lunch on your own

1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

State Brags and Moans - Continued
Kelli Zeimetz-Mehmert, Secretary, CSAP

Grant Writing for State Speech-Language-Hearing Associations
Susan Adams, Director State Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy, ASHA
Janet Deppe, Director State Advocacy, ASHA
Andy McMillin, Past-President, Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Michael Kaplan, President-Elect, CSAP

Roundtable 2
Grant Writing

Wrap Up and Information for Social Activity
Timothy Ball, President, CSAP
Michael Kaplan, President-Elect, CSAP

6:00 pm   
(Tentative Time)

CSAP Social and Live Auction
 Join us at the Santa Fe School of Cooking & Market for an evening of fun, food and live auction antics.   Don’t forget to bring your auction donation!    

Saturday, May 14

8:30 am - 9:00 am     

Breakfast

9:00 am - 9:15 am

Welcome and Announcements
Timothy Ball, President, CSAP

9:15 am - 12:00 pm

Advocacy Through Emerging Leaders
Kathy Shapely, NSSLHA National Advisor
Marie Severson, NSSLHA Executive Council Vice President

Roundtable 3
Emerging Leaders

Medicaid Update
Laurie Alban Havens, Director, Medicaid and Private Health Plan Advocacy
Molly Thompson, Chair, Medicaid Committee, ASHA

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm   

Lunch on Your Own

1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

State Brag and Moans
Kelli Zeimetz-Mehmert, Secretary, CSAP

Legislative Overview
Janet Deppe, Director State Advocacy, ASHA
George Lyons, Director Government Relations and Public Policy, ASHA
Joan Mele-McCarthy, Vice President for Government Relations & Public Policy, ASHA

Roundtable 4
Hot Topics – Federal and State

CSAP Business Meeting

Adjournment

 

Speaker Bios and Disclosure Information 

Susan Adams, JD, ASHA's Director for State Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy
Susan is the director for state legislative and regulatory advocacy at ASHA. She is responsible for advancing the public policy objectives of ASHA by representing the Association in all phases of state legislative and regulatory advocacy on state licensing and certification, relative to education and health-related matters. Susan received her bachelor's degree in business administration from Towson University and her Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore, School of Law. Susan has received training in strategic planning facilitation from the American Management Association and holds a Certificate in Association Management from the American Society of Association Executives.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: ASHA employee
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: None

Laurie Alban Havens, MA, CCC-SLP, ASHA's Director of Medicaid & Private Health Plan Advocacy
Laurie joined the ASHA staff in October 2010 and has experience both as a reimbursement and coverage expert and as a speech-language pathologist. She is ASHA's liaison to the health task force of the Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities, ex-officio to ASHA's Medicaid Committee, and facilitator of ASHA's State Advocates for Reimbursement (STAR) network. With education in health care administration as well as speech-language pathology, her previous experience includes employment as a compliance officer, reimbursement consultant, skilled nursing facility administrator, and speech-language pathologist.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: ASHA employee
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: ASHA Member, ASHA volunteer

Timothy Ball, President, CSAP
Timothy is a school-based speech-language pathologist employed by the Rowan County Schools in Morehead, Kentucky. In addition to providing evaluations and therapy services to students preschool–12th grade, Mr. Ball serves as a district supervisor for other SLPs and SLP-As. He also works as adjunct faculty in the department of special education at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU). Tim earned his BS in communication disorders in 1991 and MA in 1992 from EKU. In 1999, he earned the Kentucky Teacher Rank 1 certification in Special Education Assistive Technology from the University of Kentucky. Mr. Ball has served as the president of the Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association and the ASHA SEAL for Kentucky. He currently serves as CSAP President.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: None
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: None

Janet Deppe, CCC-SLP, ASHA's Director of State Advocacy
Janet is the director of state advocacy in the government relations and public policy division at ASHA. In that capacity, she coordinates the priorities of ASHA's state advocacy team, serves as the ASHA liaison to states in the central/midwest region under ASHA's state outreach initiative, and provides assistance and support to further state legislative and regulatory efforts as well as administrative and management issues. She monitors credentialing, health, and education legislation and regulations in states, and represents the Association at federal and state meetings. Janet works with states and government agencies to maintain quality standards for audiologists and speech-language pathologists and to assist state associations in developing resources and models for dealing with persistent vacancies in health and education settings. Janet is the ex-officio for ASHA's School Finance Committee, which focuses on helping members understand and access complex federal, state, and local funding mechanisms. Previously she was employed at an educational advocacy firm and was the director of a federally funded IDEA Part C demonstration project in San Francisco, California. She was also employed as an adjunct professor and clinical supervisor at San Francisco State University in the communication sciences and disorders department.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: ASHA employee
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: ASHA volunteer

Cheris Frailey, MA, CCC-SLP, ASHA's Director of State Education and Legislative Advocacy
Cheris is the director of state education and legislative advocacy for ASHA. She serves as the state liaison to the southern region by providing resources, assistance, and support regarding legislative regulatory issues as well as guidance to state association leaders, members, and government agencies. She monitors and addresses issues in telepractice and education. Cheris previously worked as a speech-language pathologist with experience in all settings. She has supervised assistants, CFs, and student interns. She has co-authored several children's games and apps, and assisted with the development of many other products currently on the market. She worked and consulted for several companies in the expansion and selection of their speech therapy product line. Working in all areas of speech-language pathology provides a depth of knowledge and understanding to her role with ASHA.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: ASHA employee
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: ASHA Member

Michael Kaplan, PhD, MA, CCC-SLP, President-Elect, CSAP
Michael has his MA in speech-language pathology and his PhD in Foundations of Education (Educational Psychology and Linguistics). He has been a member of ASHA since 1973. He was the president of the New Mexico Speech-Language Hearing Association (NMSHA) from 2013-2015 and is currently the past president of NMSHA. He has New Mexico state licensure as an SLP and has been a member of NMSHA since 1976. During his career, Michael spent 17 years working as an SLP (children and adults) in multiple settings, 22 years with the New Mexico Public Education Department (as an education consultant and the Charter Schools Bureau Chief), and 4 years as the associate superintendent of education with the New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department (CYFD), Juvenile Justice. He is currently working as a contract speech pathologist with two home health agencies in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Michael has experience writing and reviewing federal, state, and foundation grants and has received approximately $36 million in grant funding during his career. He has presented grant writing workshops as part of professional development conferences for teachers in New Mexico. In addition, Michael has spent many years working with the New Mexico legislature on issues affecting special education, charter schools, and speech pathology, and audiology licensure issues for NMSHA.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: None
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: CSAP Board Member

George Lyons, Jr., ASHA's Director of Government Relations and Public Policy
George serves as director of the government relations and public policy cluster of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association where he oversees the federal, state, and regulatory activities of the 18-person cluster. Lyons offers experience managing government relations, regulatory policy, law, and communications at the federal, state, and local levels for one of the nation's largest electric utilities, the world's largest pharmaceutical manufacturer, a premier energy trade association, and the federal government. In his current role, Lyons leads ASHA's federal, state, regulatory, grassroots, reimbursement, PAC, and advocacy teams. Lyons previously was a principal of the Gimga Group where he advised clients pertaining to health care, health information technology, Medicare reimbursement, health care quality reporting, renewable energy, and climate change legislation. Previously, Lyons was vice president, government and public affairs for Exelon Corporation and vice president of regulatory, communications and external affairs for PECO Energy, a subsidiary of Exelon. He led the government affairs and regulatory teams for PECO and lobbied Congress for Exelon. Lyons joined PECO Energy after serving as a lobbyist for Parke-Davis, a division of Pfizer, Inc. In that capacity, he managed government relations, health care, and pharmaceutical issues for Parke-Davis in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the country. Prior to joining Parke-Davis, Lyons worked for the American Gas Association as Director, Office of Government Relations and Assistant General Counsel. Lyons earned a Juris Doctorate of Law, Master of Business Administration, and Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His many affiliations include the District of Columbia Bar, Federal Energy Bar Association, National Health Lawyers Association, and National Bar Association. He has served on the boards of the World Affairs Council, Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition, Philadelphia Urban League, WYBE Public Television, Arts and Business Council, and Toastmasters Speech Club.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: ASHA employee
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: None

Andy McMillin, MA, CCC-SLP, Past-President, Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Andy is a clinical associate professor at Portland State University (PSU) in Portland, Oregon. He joined the PSU faculty in 2011, after 11 years as a pediatric speech-language pathologist in a private nonprofit clinic. He currently directs specialty clinics in speech sound disorders and stuttering, and he has taught a diverse range of academic courses on speech and language development and disorders at both the graduate and undergraduate level. He has been on the board of directors of the Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association (OSHA) for nearly 10 years, and he is currently OSHA's Immediate past president.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: Portland State University employee, reimbursement for speaking
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Association board member

Joan Mele-McCarthy, CCC-SLP, ASHA's Vice President for Government Relations & Public Policy
Dr. Joan Mele-McCarthy is the executive director at The Summit School in Edgewater, Maryland, an independent school serving bright children with dyslexia and other learning differences. Prior to this position, Dr. Mele-McCarthy served as senior policy advisor and special assistant to the assistant secretary of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS) in the U.S. Department of Education (ED). She is a speech-language pathologist, and has developed expertise in theoretical models and practical application of the link between oral language and reading, service delivery models in school settings, and teacher training. Dr. Mele-McCarthy's professional experiences include private practice, comprehensive assessment, advocacy, public schools, and universities. She currently serves on the board of directors of ASHA as the vice president for government relations and public policy and is an advisor to the board for the George Washington University K–12 online high school. Prior board work includes the financial planning board and governmental relations and public policy board with ASHA, the International Dyslexia Association, the Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the District of Columbia Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and the Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She is an active participant in the professional activities of the Dyslexia Foundation and the Communication Disorders Research Group Schools Liaison Committee. She has been most recently appointed as the chair of the Governor's task force on dyslexia (August 2015) for the state of Maryland. Her work includes presentation of peer reviewed research-to-practice papers as well as seminars and workshops locally and nationally. Her publications include articles and book chapters related to policy for No Child Left Behind (NCLB), Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), students with disabilities, and English Language Learners (ELLs) with disabilities.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: travel and expense reimbursement from ASHA
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: ASHA board member, membership on advisory committee or review panel

Arlene A. Pietranton, PhD, CAE, ASHA's Chief Executive Officer 
Arlene serves as chief executive officer of ASHA, the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 186,000 audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; and student, international, and support personnel affiliates. ASHA's staff of 280 individuals are based in the association's Gold LEED certified national office located in Rockville, Maryland. Before working at ASHA, Arlene was on staff at The George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, DC, where she held several clinical and administrative positions as a speech-language pathologist and member of the medical center administration. She is an ASHA Fellow and past president of the District of Columbia Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Arlene is active in the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and has actively collaborated with association executives throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia on association management and governance. She is an ASAE Fellow and a past chairperson of the ASAE Board of Directors. Arlene was recognized as a 2015 Top Association & Non Profit Innovators; and as the 2015 Professional Society CEO of the Year by CEO Update. Arlene earned a Bachelor of Arts in biology, Master of Arts in speech-language pathology, and PhD in psychology from the George Washington University. She resides in Washington, DC, with her husband and two adult daughters. Her interests include international history and culture, reading, theater, travel, skiing, and spending time with family and friends.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: ASHA employee
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: American Society of Association Executives, Certified Financial Planners Board (Public Member), Digital Now Advisory Board, McKinley Associates Advisory Board

Richard M. Romero, New Mexico Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Lobbyist
Richard is a retired educator having been a teacher, counselor/truant officer, high school principal, and assistant superintendent in the Albuquerque Public Schools. He is a former three-term New Mexico state senator, and served as the president pro tem of the Senate the last four years of his Senate service. For the past nine years, he has been a governmental affairs lobbyist and educational consultant.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: None
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: None

Marie Severson, NSSLHA Executive Vice President
Marie is a first-year graduate student at the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point. Her clinical interests include dysphagia, traumatic brain injury, voice, and Augmentative-Alternative Communication (AAC). She currently serves as the NSSLHA Executive Council vice president.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: None
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: NSSLHA Board Member

Kathy L. Shapley, PhD, CCC-SLP, NSSLHA National Advisor
Kathy is an associate professor at the University of North Carolina Greensboro in Greensboro, North Carolina. Dr. Shapley's research and clinical work is in the area of early communication development and the effects of disparities in the language environments of young children. Dr. Shapley is the National Advisor for NSSLHA (2015–2017) and serves as the faculty co-advisor for her local NSSLHA organization. She has a strong interest in developing student leaders. Dr. Shapley received a master of arts in educational psychology from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, and a PhD in communication disorders from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: ASHA honorarium for speaking
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: ASHA Board Member

Molly Thompson, MS, CCC-SLP, ASHA, Medicaid Committee Chair 
Molly is a speech-language pathologist in a collaborative private practice in Anchorage, Alaska. She has 30 years of experience working with related professionals and serving those with a wide range of communication disorders. She has been a Medicaid provider and advocate at the state level since 1991. She implemented a successful Medicaid audit tool for Alaskan providers with the ASHA State Advocates for Reimbursement (STAR) and other Alaska Speech-Language-Hearing Association (AKSHA) members. Recently, she was part of a team that used an ASHA grant to develop a provider manual which the state incorporated. She currently serves as chair of the ASHA Medicaid Committee. She is proud to be a former CSAP president.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: None
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: None

Kelli Zeimetz-Mehmert, CCC-SLP, CSAP Secretary
Kelli earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education at St. Ambrose University in 1999. She then continued her education at the University of Northern Iowa, earning a second BA in communicative disorders (2001) and a Master's degree in speech-language pathology (2003). After completing her education, Kelli was hired at the Winneshiek Medical Center (WMC) in Decorah, Iowa. Throughout her career at WMC, Kelli has had the opportunity to work with a variety of individuals across multiple settings: inpatient, outpatient, home health, long-term care, and pediatrics. Kelli's special interests include voice and swallowing. Throughout her career Kelli has been committed to personal and professional development. She has had the opportunity to supervise graduate students and clinical fellows. Kelli has participated in the ASHA Leadership Development Program, has served as president of the Iowa Speech-Language and Hearing Association and will be serving as the State Advocate for Medicare Policy (StAMP) for Iowa. Kelli is currently serving as the secretary for CSAP. She is the wife of a very supportive husband, Brent, who makes it all possible, and is the proud mother of three children: Zachary, Zoey, and Zander.

  • Relevant financial disclosures: None
  • Relevant nonfinancial disclosures: Iowa Speech-Language-Hearing Association Board Member

 

Live Auction  | State Donations

Please bring a gift to the Friday evening dinner/social for the Live Auction event. The item should have a minimum value of $50. Please select your item carefully as the person winning the item will need to fit it into their luggage. CSAP does not provide shipping services. The item does not need to be related to your state.      

Hotel

LaFonda on the Plaza LaFonda on the Plaza
100 East San Francisco Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501

A special room rate of $169 per night will be available until April 20, 2016 or until the room block is sold out, whichever, occurs first.

For reservations, call the reservations line

1-800-523-5002     or     505-982-5511 (option 1)

Be sure to request a room within the Council of State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Presidents (CSAP) block to receive our special rate. 

Getting to Santa Fe … 2 Airport Options

Santa Fe Municipal Airport

American Airlines - non-stop jet service from Dallas/Ft. Worth and Los Angeles (LAX)
Reservations - (800) 433-7300

United Airlines - non-stop jet service from Denver
Reservations - (800) 864-8331

Ground transportation to and from the Santa Fe Municipal Airport

RENTAL CARS
   Hertz Rent-A-Car (800) 654-3131
   Avis Rental Car  (800) 230-4898

AIRPORT SHUTTLES

In The Terminal
RoadRunner Shuttle is located inside the airport terminal for your convenience. They offer 14 passenger vans, suburban SUVs, sedans and a 28-passenger charter bus. For reservations call (505) 424-3367.

Off Airport
Hotel Shuttles
Many local hotels offer free shuttle service to and from the airport.  Contact your hotel direct for information on how to arrange pick-up or drop-off.

Taxis and Limos
Off-Airport
There are no taxis or limo companies with locations on the airport.  There are a variety of services, however, that will operate to and from the airport when contacted directly.

Capital City Cab is available for trips to and from the airport.  They do not have a staging location on the airport and generally only respond when called.  Contact them for pick-up or drop-off at (505) 438-0000.

Other options: Sandia Shuttle Express, Santa Fe Limo, Imperial Classic Limousine Service

Albuquerque International Airport  (45 minutes from Santa Fe) 
All major airlines fly into Albuquerque, including Southwest Airlines.

RENTAL CARS
http://www.abqsunport.com/getting-around/rental-cars/

TRAIN  (approx. 1 hour)
NM Rail Runner Express     (505) 245-RAIL (7245)
Train service from Santa Fe to Albuquerque and south to Belen. Shuttle service between Sunport and Rail Runner stations provided by ABQ Ride. (Route 50 or Route 250)
(go to the last stop - downtown Santa Fe. There is a free shuttle from the train station to any hotel downtown)

SANTA FE SHUTTLE SERVICE - Shuttle between Albuquerque International Sunport and Santa Fe.
Sandia Shuttle (505) 242-0302 or (888) 775-5696 (toll free)

RoadRunneR Shuttle & Charter
(505) 424-3367
Daily Door-to-door shared ride shuttle and private ride charters from the Albuquerque International Sunport to Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Espanola and surrounding areas



FAQs for First Time CSAPers

What can I expect from my first CSAP?  You can expect to have FUN and will get a lot of valuable information.  You will make friendships that last beyond your participation in CSAP.

What is the dress for CSAP?  Many attendees wear business casual clothing.  Bring a sweater or wrap, as the room temperatures fluctuate.  Dress for the Social depends on the event – it can range from casual to business casual.

What is the 50/50?  The 50/50 drawing is an effort to raise monies to offset the costs of the Fall and Spring meetings.  Participants are able to buy a chance at winning 50% of the total monies raised.  The drawing occurs during the Business Meeting.

What should I bring for the Live Auction?  The item should be at least $50 - $100 in value.  Jewelry, pottery, professional team sportswear and artwork have always sold well.  Consider “travel ability and uniqueness” of the item you bring. 

How is my Live Auction item displayed?  All items will be placed on a table for viewing prior to the auction. 

How can I pay for my Auction items?  CSAP accepts cash, check, or credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express) to complete your auction purchases.

Why are there 50/50 drawings and Auctions?  These are fun and exciting traditions for members to help raise money for our organization.  The monies raised during the auction and 50/50 drawing help in offsetting the cost of the Spring and Fall meetings.  Additionally, a portion of the proceeds from the Live Auction goes towards the Nancy McKinley Leadership Award that CSAP awards on an annual basis.

What is the Nancy McKinley Award?  This is an annual award which is presented at the spring CSAP conference.  A check is presented to the State Speech and Hearing Association in honor of the awardee. 

Who was Nancy McKinley?  Nancy McKinley (Wisconsin), CSAP President in 2002, was the embodiment of a selfless volunteer dedicated to promoting the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology, and supporting those who had chosen one of these professions as their career.  In Nancy’s honor, the Leadership Award was created.   This award acknowledges a member of a state speech/language/hearing association for his/her exemplary contributions to their association. 

 

Future CSAP Meetings

2016 Fall Conference
November 16, 2016
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2017 Spring Conference
Biloxi, Mississippi

2017 Fall Conference
November 8, 2017
Los Angeles, California

CSAP Teleseminars

Check back soon for live Teleseminars.

Below is CSAP's Library of Recorded Teleseminars.

 

ASHA Continuing Education Board’s Transparency Requirements
Developed by Ellen Fagan, Director of ASHA CE
Presented by Renee Levinson, Associate Director of Continuing Education

This pre-recorded teleseminar will be available for viewing until February 18, 2013.

Cost: $15

As a leader in your state association, you need to know about the new Continuing Education Board’s requirements related to transparency and openness in course planning, delivery and marketing so your association can adhere to it. Most state associations are ASHA Approved CE Providers and if not, your association may offer your convention or courses with one of our approved providers for ASHA CEUs. Either way, it’s important that you know and understand this new requirement so you can provide resources to help your ASHA CE Administrator and your association meet the requirement. If you are a planner or presenter for an ASHA Approved CE Provider, you need to know about this requirement as well.

In this teleseminar, you will learn what you can and cannot include in course content, the three elements required in a presenter disclosure, how to manage financial and in-kind support courses, and new requirements pertaining to ads and exhibits.

Register On-Line

Printable Registration Form

 

Making Meetings Work with Parliamentary Procedures
Presented by Roberta Jackson, MS, CCC-SLP
Past President, WSLHA

Replay Telesmeinar

Cost: $20

This teleseminar will provide presiding officers with parliamentary tools to assist in planning and implementing meetings. A review of agenda development; techniques for presiding as well as understanding the use for explicit bylaws/standing rules will be discussed.  Emphasis will be on the latest edition of Roberts Rules of Order, newly revised, 11th edition (2011).

Register On-Line

Printable Registration Form

 

 

Leadership: Adjusting the Sails
Presented by: Melaine W. Hudson, MA, CCC-SLP

Replay Telesmeinar

Cost $20

For the aspiring and seasoned leader alike!
What the basic qualities of an effective leader?
How to deal with difficult situations that confront leaders.
Stories and examples to inspire and motivate.

Register On-Line

Printable Registration Form


Thinking Outside the Box: On-line Solutions for Your Association

Presented by Mischael Shollenberger, founder of AuthWire

Replay Telesmeinar

Cost $20

Topics inlcuded:

Website management/donations
Online voting
Online membership dues processing
Conferences/Seminars - signups and payment
Continuing education/online courses

Register On-Line

Printable Registration Form

 

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