AIHP’s 2018 Annual Business Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 15, 2018, starting at 1:00 p.m. (Central Time). For the first time, the meeting will be telecast on the Internet, allowing members to both see and hear the presentations.
To join the meeting, please CLICK HERE. (Note: This link will not work until the day of the meeting).
Please read the complete AGENDA (.pdf) for the meeting.
The meeting will include several features you will definitely want to see:
In addition, in accordance with AIHP’s bylaws, the Nominations Committee will present its proposed slate of officers and directors. (The nominees will be on the ballot circulated to members in 2019). Under AIHP’s bylaws, any member in attendance can nominate additional candidates if seconded by two additional members. Click here for more information about the Nomination Committee’s nominees and for candidate bios.
Finally, AIHP’s officers will present brief status reports. The written reports (.pdfs) are available at the links below:
AIHP is excited about using a web conferencing system to allow members to see and hear presentations. Here are a few suggestions:
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We hope you’ll join us for our Annual Business Meeting! If you have questions, please email us at email@example.com or call us at 608-262-5378.
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