Getting involved with SAA

Here’s a great post from SAA council member Tanya Zanish-Belcher on how to get involved in SAA. It’s never too early to start serving and developing your leadership skills! Do you have any burning questions about the work of SAA staff and leadership, or how to find volunteer opportunities? Post them in the comments to help us develop future blog series.

Off the Record

In the past few weeks, my Council and leadership colleagues and I have had a number of conversations with members about how one goes about getting involved in SAA.   We’re delighted that people care and are willing to pose that question–thanks to all of you who did, and to all of you who share that interest.   The call for appointments by Vice President Dennis Meissner will go out in October, but that’s not the only way to be professionally engaged with SAA.    Council member Tanya Zanish-Belcher, who is both welcoming and great about getting people involved, has provided some thoughts on the subject.   And if you still or in the future have questions, please follow the suggestion on the button that Terry Baxter and the Membership Committee were passing out at the recent Joint Annual Meeting:  “Ask me.”

Now for Tanya’s good advice:

Tanya Z-BThis topic has certainly been discussed before (most…

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