South Texas Chapter - Spring 2018 Volume 21  (Plain Text Version)

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In this issue:
•  President's Message Spring 2018
•  Message from Your ACHE Regent - Spring 2018
Leadership and Professional Development
•  Healthcare Leadership - Thoughts From My Foxhole
In the News
•  News from ACHE National
•  STC-ACHE Advancement Committee Update
•  Philanthropy and Community Relations Update
•  4 Steps to Establishing Your Leadership Philosophy
•  Enhance Your Decision-Making Skills: 3 Tips
Administrative Notes
•  Request for e-Newsletter Articles
•  Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn
•  Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)

 

President's Message Spring 2018

Roxanne Rosa, FACHE, President, STC-ACHE

Hello to all STC-ACHE Members,

Summer seems to be settling in, which means planning for vacations, outdoor activities and of course preparing for the Texas heat. As part of your planning, please think about the various educational opportunities offered through ACHE   See below for a list of events happening in June.

 

South Texas Chapter June 2018 Happenings

 

June 19: Networking Events (NEXUS) @ Geekdom 6p-8p


Register here:  http://stc-ache-chapter-events.eventbrite.com 
 

STC-ACHE Board of Directors Meeting
Monthly - 3rd Wednesday 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM (CDT)
Audie Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital
Polytrauma Center, Room #108

On-going Volunteer Events

Check out website for volunteer opportunities. 


Register here:  http://stc-ache-chapter-events.eventbrite.com   


Educational Events

Sept 7: Advancement Series (Fellow Advancement 10 week study seminar)
Sept 21: Student Symposium
Oct 5: Fall Education Event / 2019 Board Elections
Nov 3:  Student Event College Bowl (Tentative)
Nov 9: Collaborative Event with Central Texas
 
Networking Events (NEXUS) @ Geekdom 6p-8p
June 19, July 17, Aug 21, Sept 18, October 16, Nov 20,

All events can be accessed for registration via Eventbrite as they become available. 

Register here:  http://stc-ache-chapter-events.eventbrite.com 

 

 

 



Roxanne Rosa, FACHE

President, STC-ACHE