Dear Association Leader,
To better inform all of us of important matters concerning the administration of our Associations, The Associations Committee is hosting a Virtual Workshop Sunday, 28 February beginning at 9:00amPST/12:00pmEST to 3:00pmPST/ 6:00pmEST.
There will be five 50 minute presentations with the last session breakout rooms specific to your role with-in your association. With feedback from many of you, the presentations topics and breakout rooms scheduled are, (topic order may change prior to 28 Feb):
8:45amPST/11:45amEST: Meeting opens for general questions introductions
#1) 9:00amPST/12:00pmEST: What returning to practice and competition will look like thawing from COVID
#2) 10:00amPST/1:00pmEST: Accreditation update and modifications for COVID-19
#3) 11:00amPST/2:00pmEST: Evolving roles of Assoc Membership Chairs
#4) 12:00pmPST/3:00pmEST: Administering effective Association virtual meetings with electronic voting
#5) 1:00pmPST/4:00pmEST: USATF-connect Q&A with USATF staff
#6) 2:00pmPST/5:00pmEST: Breakout rooms (attendees may choose their own room, and switch between)
- Presidents, Vice Presidents, Office Managers
- Secretaries/Membership chairs
- Website Master/Communications Chairs
- Association Volunteer SafeSport Coordinators
- Sanctions Coordinators
You may attend any sessions that interest you and log-out/log-back into the workshop at any time. You may also pass this invitation along to anyone with-in your association who may be interested in one or more of the topics.
To register, please go to https://forms.gle/botq4tv7cmXp5mjt6 by Saturday, 27 February at 5:00pmEST. During the registration process you may also submit questions for one or several of the presentations. Question submission closes Wednesday, 24 February at 11:59pmEST while workshop registration closes Saturday, 27 February at 5:00pmEST. All registrants will be sent zoom meeting log-in details the evening of Saturday, 27 February.
We look forward to hosting you for our Virtual Association Workshop!
Dave Shrock, and behalf of the Associations Executive Committee
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