Posted on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 by Melissa Mae
Together we have created an annual national conference that has gone five years strong and traveled from Ontario to Nova Scotia to British Columbia and is now heading to Quebec and beyond. After five years as your steward, I am excited to share that I am stepping aside to let new leadership take us forward.
Presidents are important and first ones are even more so, in my opinion. This person will be setting up the traditions, culture and structures that shape our future as a community and a business. We are seeking a leader to take the reigns as the President of our organization.
We are also creating positions as Conference Directors for our 2015 and 2016 annual conferences. Would you like #pseweb to be in your area? Would you like to bring our army of nerd love and magic and show us to your school, and at the same time show us your home and pride? Well, speak up now. We are going to release the process for how to submit a proposal to host #pseweb in either 2015 or 2016 and we hope you will invite us to your town and help us create amazing conferences in the coming years.
These new team members will have the guidance & support of our Advisory Board as well as our #PSEWEB Planning Team.
Please contact us if you would like to know more about these new leadership roles, and please fill in the form below if you are interested in putting yourself forward to take #PSEWEB forward!
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