The 2017 Aspire to Success Awards were announced just last weekend at the MBUniversity Conference in Irving, Texas! This year there were three winners; all of which were very involved in their community and made a positive impact in unique ways. Be sure to keep an eye out on the website, in MBNews and on social media for more details and to view the entries!
This years' MBNA Design Contest was quite a success! After receiving more entries than ever before, the convention attendees were almost drooling over the quality of work that was submitted. The following winners were announced at the 2018 MBUniversity conference that was held in Irving, Texas just last weekend. You will soon find the entries on the website and social media sites!
On December 7th, 2017, our advocate, Marilyn Harris-Davis, represented Monument Builders of North America and our MBAdvocacy program, as a Silver Sponsor, at the Maryland Cemetery, Funeral and Cremation Association’s 10th Annual Holiday Gathering. The evening was full of delicious food and great company as MCFCA members, non-members, and guests gathered together to celebrate the holiday season.
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You Can Make an Impact
Planning has begun for when next year’s leaders are installed at the 2018 MBUniversity Conference. As part of its recent strategic planning sessions, the association leadership has identified Four Pillars of Leadership to guide us to continued success. We want YOU to be a part of MBNA’s evolution. The Four Pillars of Leadership, led by the four Vice Presidents of MBNA, will consist of Membership Care & Engagement, Member Education, Marketing & Communications, and Advocacy Efforts. Instead of having committees for committee’s sake, the vice presidents will be given the power to gather peers or form focus groups to solve problems or facilitate programs as needed.