President’s Blog: It’s a New (Board) Year!

Passing the torch
Image Credit: Jeannine Rucker
2015 – 16 President Julie McCrady introduces Kamna Narain as the President-Elect at the chapter Leaders’ Reception in late June, shortly after which the board slate was approved by SF IABC members.Dear SF IABC Members,One of the lesser-known facts about SF IABC is that our board year runs from July 1 through June 30. These first weeks of summer have been busy as we bring on new board members and make plans for delivering relevant, exciting and valuable chapter offerings to you!I’m delighted and honored to be your new chapter president and have recorded a special video message to officially kick off the board year! Take a look, and don’t forget to leave a comment with your ideas of how we can continue to create value for you.

Here’s to an exciting year ahead!

Kamna
SF IABC President, Kamna Narain

President’s Postscripts

Get to know our board! 
Our new board is a team of over two dozen talented, smart, innovative individuals who are volunteering their time for our chapter. Along with connecting with SF IABC on social media, you can follow me (@CoachKamna) on Twitter and Instagram, where I love to share the great work our volunteers are doing and their smiling faces!

Past leaders continue to shine
Check out this month’s Member Spotlight with SF IABC Past President Ed Kamrin, who is now the Chair of the IABC Pacific Plains Region. (Also known as PPR, and you’ll have to read the article to learn what it is!) Ed and I share the same philosophy about IABC: It’s a community, and we’re going to be here for a while! #iabcforever

Want to get in on the action?
I know, I know. You’re busy. You’ve got deadlines to meet and bosses to please. But what have you done for your own career lately? Getting involved with SF IABC as a volunteer or board member is an easy, enjoyable way to build your network, gain new skills and give back to the communications community while you’re at it. We’re looking for event coordinators and writers, as well as individuals to further the chapter brand and grow our membership. Check out the latest opportunities at sf.iabc.com/volunteer and let’s talk soon if you’re interested!

Comments

  1. Hello, San Francisco IABC chapter. It’s good to see that in the dog days of summer, our IABC chapter doesn’t sleep. Click on the “special video message” from our new chapter president, Kamna Narain, and let the chapter board know what you want to see in the way of content and events this year. (And, of course, let us know if you’d like to volunteer with us this year. It’s going to be a great year to get involved. Sue Stoney, VP of Communications.

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