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President's Update - July 2020

MSAE President's Update - July 2020

MSAE President, Kathy Pabst, CAE
 

What are we going to do now? How can we handle this situation? What will be the impact on my association and industry/profession? What changes do we need to make to survive? Who can help us? Will we ever meet in person again? These questions and many more have been going through my mind over the last 6 months. Working for an association of family physicians, we are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and the public health crisis of racism. As president of MSAE, we are here to help you answer these questions through our education sessions, newsletters, and networking. But, MSAE has also been impacted by these issues. What can we do to protect our members and continue the services and benefits provided by MSAE. Our associate members are struggling through these unprecedented times and we are in this together with them!

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From the President - November 19, 2018

My View - Sarah Luebbert, APR

Happy holidays to all! I hope you will join us for the MSAE Holiday Party as this is always a fun event with great food and company, and an opportunity to support the MSAE Foundation. If you haven’t signed up yet, please do so today at the MSAE website.



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From the President - September 17, 2018

My View - Sarah Luebbert, APR

It’s been only a few weeks since I returned from the ASAE conference in Chicago and my mind is still spinning with all the information I gathered while I was there. As the incoming president of MSAE I look forward to implementing some of these ideas to grow our state chapter.



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From the President - September, 2018

From the President
Keith Sappington, MSAE President

As my term of President of MSAE comes to an end I look back and I can’t believe how fast the year went. It has been an honor and pleasure serving MSAE in this capacity and I look forward to many more years of involvement with this great organization.



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