Cast Your Vote + December Holiday Mixer

Wednesday, November 16, 2022 7:01 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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Cast Your Vote!

The midterms have passed, and now it's voting season for the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter. 

It's time to cast your vote for two items:

  1. Mary Hoftiezer has volunteered for the 2023 President-Elect role, which is an elected position on the chapter board. You can learn more about Mary further down in this newsletter.
  2. We're proposing updates to the chapter bylaws, which must be voted on before going into effect.
Click here to cast your vote today.


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The year 2022 has certainly been a period of transition for the talent development profession, and for all human beings in general. Let’s get together to share and network with each other as we take a breath and head into an even more exciting 2023.

Please join our chapter membership for an evening of gratitude, recognition, networking, and social learning as we enjoy food, beverage, conversation along with a touch of ideation. Our Exchange is set for Wednesday, December 7th at Blackbird Public House in Denver from 5:30pm-8pm. The evening is free for members and just $10 for non-member guests. Food and drink tickets are included.

Learn more and register here.


Meet Mary Hoftiezer, Volunteer for 2023 President-Elect

Mary, what kind of talent development work do you do?

I completed my master’s degree in Learning Design Technology at CU Denver last spring and have since transitioned to contract work through Evolution Learning Design Group, LLC.  I work to create engaging, people-centered learning that helps businesses meet their learning needs.

 

How have you benefited from being an ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter member? And what motivated you to volunteer for the President-Elect role for next year?

I started my Instructional Design journey in 2019, while I was still working in public education.  Being a lifelong learner, I explored opportunities to utilize my educational background and teaching skillset in another, related field.  I came across Rocky Mountain ATD chapter in the process.  I knew that getting involved with a professional organization would be a way to learn more about the industry and network with other professionals.  I have learned, connected, and grown professionally and personally through the chapter.

I am volunteering as President-Elect in 2023 to give back to the chapter that has helped me.  I also believe that this is an opportunity to continue to promote the many benefits of ATD and to work with a fantastic team of board members and members.  I also strive to continue to provide value to our members. 

 

Are you willing to share a fun fact about yourself?

I am a Colorado native.  I am also an avid endurance athlete and have completed hundreds of triathlons.  When I am not engaged in helping the world work better, I enjoy swimming, biking, running, and being outdoors.  

 

Click here to cast your vote for the President-Elect role today!



Seeking Volunteers for the Rocky Mountain Chapter Board

With the turn of the year approaching, there are always shifts within the chapter board -- some board members choose to move to a different role to expand their experience, and some board members decide to depart. 

Some benefits of serving on the chapter board include:

  • Building stronger relationships with other chapter members
  • Influencing the direction and programming of the chapter
  • Giving back to your professional community
  • Gaining experience in a type of role that's new to you
  • Receiving an ATD national membership, paid for by RMC

We are seeking volunteers for the two board positions below. If you're interested, please email Paul at president.elect@atdrmc.org.

VP Programming. The vice president of programs and events oversees the chapter’s programming function, including responsibility for topic/speaker selection, site selection, and overall meeting management and reporting. (RMC will now hold 2 VPs of Programming to aid in the program’s function)

VP Communications. The vice president of marketing & communications is an elected officer of the Chapter. This position oversees activities related to communication among the chapter members at large, and communication with the community and other professional associations. Additionally, this position oversees activities related to the marketing of chapter initiatives.

Time commitment for VP roles on the board:

  • Term: 15 months*
  • 12 months as an active board member
  • 3 months to coach incoming replacement
  • *This position can be held for longer than the stated term if the board member would like to continue in the role an additional year

Board member requirements:

  • Attend at least 50% of the monthly chapter programming events
  • Attend monthly virtual board meetings
  • Hold a RMC Membership
  • Hold a National Membership (paid for by RMC)


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