|APTA’s First Virtual Election Set for Sept. 21|
APTA has scheduled its first virtual annual business meeting and election of officers for Wednesday, Sept. 21, at 3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. This is the meeting that, in previous years, was held at noon on Sunday of the APTA Annual Meeting.
APTA Chair Michael J. Scanlon and Secretary-Treasurer Nathaniel P. Ford Sr. will give brief reports on the state of the association and Immediate Past Chair M.P. Carter, chair of this year’s nominating committee, will present the slate of nominees recommended by that committee.
To join the meeting virtually, please follow this link to register for the webinar portion of the meeting: After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the webinar.
To access the audio portion of this meeting, dial (888) 299-4099 (in Canada, (866) 682-1172). The operator will ask for your verbal passcode, which is VL43756. The operator will record your name and enter you into the conference call.
During this virtual meeting, there will be an opportunity for members to participate in a question and answer process. There will also be a Polling Session that will record members’ votes.
It is critical that APTA members join in this very short meeting for two key reasons. The first is to hear about the current state of their association. The second is to ensure that a quorum is reached that will enable the new Executive Committee and Board of Directors to assume office in time for the Annual Meeting.
If you have any questions, contact James LaRusch.
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