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Evenden, C.K. (2013). Membership Committee. Fort Da, 19(2):123.

(2013). Fort Da, 19(2):123

Membership Committee

Carrie K. Evenden, PSYD

Our committee is excited to serve NCSPP's membership. So far this year, we have been making monthly calls: to our new members to welcome them to the community and to our expiring members to remind them how much their membership is valued. We also attend many NCSPP events to welcome our current members and to share information about becoming a member with those new to the organization.

We are interested in ways that our committee can be used to fulfill the needs of our current members, and are striving to create member benefits that meet those needs. We have enhanced the membership directory in hopes that members will be better able to use this as a resource for finding referrals and connecting with like-minded clinicians. And, we are continuing to think about the ways NCSPP can help give our members more support and a greater sense of community.

My hope is that in the near future, we will be able to implement tools that will help us get a sense of what you, the members, would like from your organization. You can also always contact me with ideas or thoughts about how NCSPP can better serve you.

I would like to recognize the membership committee members who are generously devoting their time and energy to this work. The membership committee includes Charmaine Ehrhart, Ana Noles, Michiko Tamate, Amber Trotter, Josh Rothenberg, and Aggie Quinn.

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