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Are you ready for a new area of professional experience? We have four openings on our Board of Directors for 2017-2018!

An IABC membership gives you access to resources, knowledge and networking – on local and global levels. Having a leadership role on the Golden Horseshoe board brings the additional opportunity to:

  • Build your skill set and hone your craft from a different strategic perspective
  • Network with a diverse group of skilled professional communicators on a regular basis
  • Influence the type of events and services your professional association offers its members

We are recruiting people with a broad range of experiences and skill sets in the Golden Horseshoe area. The board term begins in July 2017 and lasts for 12 months. Self-nominations are not only accepted but encouraged!

Want more information about the Board? Read more about the current members of the Board of Directors, Plus, check out our board accountabilities and by-laws.

Nominating yourself or someone else for the IABC Golden Horseshoe Board of Directors is easy! Simply complete the 2017-2018 IABC GH Board Nomination Form and send it to h.e.powers@sympatico.ca.

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact the current President, Rob Jeanveau: rob.jeanveau@gmail.com.

Board positions will be finalized at our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, May 30 at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Don’t miss this event!

Our guest speaker is Paula Barrett, a public relations professor from Conestoga College. She has been teaching for over 12 years and before that she had 15 years of corporate communications experience. Paula recently completed a year-long professional development leave to update her skills through a series of PR internships with her grads.

Paula will share her #myturntointern adventure with us at this presentation designed for lifelong learners and change seekers. She’ll challenge you to think about how you can approach your life and career with a fresh perspective – through the eyes of an intern.

Your event ticket includes a bbq dinner, free access to all the gardens and your parking fee. Spring is a beautiful season at RBG so plan to come out early and enjoy a walk through the gardens.

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