Continuing the Process in Florida
Last week, we held the State Association Directors’ Executive Committee meeting in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The group met on the 21st and activity wrapped up on the evening of the 23rd. Under the leadership of Curtis Barnett, the state association director of Utah, the committee plowed through a full agenda. It began with a review of gaps in the FY09 plan and then the committee reviewed and enhanced the new proposed objectives and tactics for FY10-11.
From there, the committee took up the agenda for the association’s four-day August conference, including all of the training seminars and workshops they’d like to have covered. I’ll let the committee release its own agenda to the field, but I will make this observation: there are a lot of things that have to be mastered to be a good association director, particularly when so much has to be done by volunteers and on tight budgets.
Many thanks go to all of the state association directors on the executive committee for their time and leadership. Their work is essential to SkillsUSA’s success.
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