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PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | September 2019

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | September 2019 Admittedly, I have been chasing rainbows most of my life. By (nonscientific) definition, a rainbow is a wide range or variety of related and typically colorful things, they keep the dreamers going. Perhaps that’s how I landed in New York City over eight years ago and...

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | August 2019

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | September 2019 Wow. Now THAT was fun. It’s hard to believe my year as President has come to an end. It seems like just yesterday I was shaking and trembling as I said my opening remarks at our first program of the year. And now I’m saying goodbye! (To be fair I still tremble when...

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | April 2019

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | September 2019 I wanted to thank everyone who came out last week to our first ever Town Hall meeting. Wow! I am blown away by the energy, engagement, and participation of our attendees. It’s clear from the conversations and discussions had that our members are excited about the...

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | March 2019

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | September 2019 SMPS-NY’s First Ever Town Hall Meeting For the past couple of months I’ve been talking in my President’s Platform a lot about reaching out to our members and having candid conversations about what is and what isn’t working for our chapter, in regards to a host of...

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | January 2019

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | September 2019 Why Are We Here? Last month I talked a lot about taking stock of your professional goals and accomplishments in the new year and included my own spin on this process with SMPS New York. We’ve accomplished a lot as a chapter but there’s still so much left we have to...

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | December 2018

PRESIDENT’S PLATFORM | September 2019 Taking Stock & Closing Out 2018   I’m not really one for personal resolutions. Why wait for a new year to start making positive changes? Those can start anytime! However, professionally, it’s always good to sit down at the end of a year and take stock of what...