Archive: Jan 2014

  1. ATI 2014 Input & Feedback Request

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    Date: Saturday, January 18, 2014

    Hello and a belated Happy New Year to you all!

    We wish you a year of tremendous personal and professional success. ATI has recently voted in a new board and we are in the process of planning for the future of the organization. Soon we will be in a strategic planning weekend retreat in order to map out where we want this organization to go in the coming year. As a result, we thought who better to consult than our very own members for guidance on what you need from us as an organization whose principal goal is to help you grow professionally. Thus, we ask you to give us some feedback in order to help us to plan events (both workshops and conferences) that are not only of interest to you, but are worth your time and energy as well as being relevant to your professional growth. We also want you to help us find the proper path for this organization.

    We are clearly in a growth field and we want to be a resource for all elements of our constituency (translators and interpreters in ALL spoken languages as well those who do ASL). So, please take a moment to help us and send us your opinions on these matters. Your response to the survey by January 28 will enable us to better focus our efforts and provide you with rewarding opportunities for learning in your field of interest.

    CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO TAKE OUR SURVEY
    http://x.co/Survey2014

    We thank you in advance and please be assured that any time spent giving us your thoughts will be well worth the effort, as we will use your input to fashion a future ATI that will serve your needs and focus on making itself an organization of which you can be proud to be a member.

     

    Sincerely,

    Your ATI Board

    Jeff Gabbitas Francesca Samuel Millie Donaldson Grace St. John-Carver
    President Vice President Treasurer Secretary
    Holly Silvestri Monica Ferreira Ricardo Talavera Tram Bui
    Member At-Large Member At-Large Member At-Large Member At-Large
      Betina Frisone
    Immediate Past President