News from Your Regional Director

Jerrid Freeman, NASPA IV-W Regional Director

January 31, 2018

Can you believe the national conference is only a month away? For those of you who will be journeying to the 6th largest city in the U.S. for the national conference we are excited for our board meeting, the conference, socials, and just reconnecting with old friends and meeting new friends. And if that is not enough, you can even fit in a famous Philly Cheesesteak, run the steps that Rocky climbed, see the Liberty Bell, visit the site for where our nation's capital once was, and much more historical sites and events. With the conference being a few weeks earlier than normal, we can all only guess what the weather will be like that week. Irregardless, we look forward to the national conference and sharing great time with one another. For those unable to attend in person we hope you are able to utilize the virtual options for the conference.

The March conference is a major transition time for the regional board and we want to express many thanks to those whose terms will be ending. We will be recognizing all of these folks at the national conference along with ushering in all of our new board members. We still have some positions available, so please check out Volunteer Central for those positions if you have an interest in serving your regional board. Shana Meyer, the incoming RD for Regional IV-West, will do an excellent job of leading our region the next two years and I am excited to see all she can accomplish.

I hope your semester is going extremely well and you have avoided the flu bug going around. If NASPA or NASPA IV-West can do anything to serve you better please let us know.

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