You Can Make an Impact

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.

 

To do this, the Vice Presidents will be looking for enthusiastic individuals to come along-side them as they pave the path for our future. You can get involved; whether it is through a simple phone call to give your advice or participate in a workgroup tasked with a specific project. Your thoughts and participation can have a huge impact on the trajectory of the Monument Industry.

 

Please consider filling out this five minute survey to introduce yourself to current leadership and tell us what areas of MBNA you are most passionate about. We look forward to hearing from you!

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