For the individual who aspires to a leadership role, serving as an Ohio Division Officer is a challenge and experience that should be embraced with enthusiasm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2006 - 2007 Ohio Division Board

 

(From L to R) Theresa Yagielo, President; Marcie Hawkins CPS/CAP, President-Elect; Connie Switts, Vice President;  Laura Elvey CPS, Recording Secretary; Chrissy Blackwell CPS/CAP, Corresponding Secretary,; Sue Straub CPS/CAP, Treasurer;  Fran Lawson, Parliamentary Advisor        

Consider the following:

  • Have you been a professional member of the Ohio Division for two years?

  • Have you been a chapter officer or the chair of a Division or International Committee?

  • Are you actively employed in accordance with the IAAP Definition of an Administrative Professional?

If you can answer "YES" to these three questions, then you could be a candidate for office in the Ohio Division. The basic duties of a Division Officer are:

  • Attend at least three Board meetings during the year

  • Visit chapters as Board contact, when requested

  • Correspond with the Board, Chapter Officers and Division Committee members

Being a Division Officer takes dedication, commitment, leadership, and a great love for IAAP.

But being a Division Officer is also fun. The friendships made will last a lifetime, and the opportunities that result will be immeasurable. For the individual who aspires to a leadership role, serving as a Division Officer is a challenge and experience that should be embraced with enthusiasm.

Serving on a Division Committee, where your skills and dedication can be recognized, is a good place to begin -- your Chapter president can provide valuable guidance. 

Elections will be held at the Annual Meeting in June, 2007.

Good luck! 

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