We wanted to hear how some of our past association volunteer interviewees were doing, so we asked them! Here’s a snippet of they told us…
What's the number one reason people join a professional association? Networking. And it's working for me. Just the other day, I reached out to some fellow members of the Maryland Writers Association
Our next interview is with Sonia Linebaugh, long-time member and volunteer with the Maryland Writers’ Association (MWA). As a writer, editor, writing coach and artist, Sonia finds the creative atmosphere of MWA has been a boon to her career, providing her with the motivation and creative outlet she needs to be successful.
Two chapters that I belong to are having their board installations this month. But here’s the kicker – one will do so without an incoming president or treasurer while the other is minus one position plus struggling to get members to attend meetings.
Recently, we sat down with Linda Semmel, administrative secretary for Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and active volunteer for the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) since 2002.
Just when I started to fizzle on the whole Twitter thing (my personal account anyway), along comes an article on why I should be on it. Ray Weikel, publications and communications specialists at International Association of Administrative Professionals (IaAAP), writes about Why Twitter is Worth It in the latest edition of IAAP OfficePro Express.
He opened by saying have gratifying the job had been, how much he had learned and grown, and how much pleasure he had gotten from it. He shared one example.
One of our clients is in the process of revamping its website. During this process, they also need to be re-thinking their communication and content strategies including their blog. So when I came upon Social Media Examiner's 5 Tips to Becoming a Top Blog in Your Industry, I jumped right in eager to see what Examiner had to say.
Our series continues with another leader from American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE). Patricia Adams, RN, CDE, Program Coordinator for the Gutman Diabetes Institute, Einstein Medical Center has been a diabetes educator and a member of AADE for nine years. What’s the greatest benefit of her involvement with AADE? Pat says it's...
My interaction with other educators. I will always tell you that I have learned more from meeting with other educators than I have from reading any textbook.
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