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The convening of the AIM-IRS 45th Annual Business Meeting and Training Seminar will be hosted by the North Atlantic Region. Join us Aug 5-8, 2014 in historic Danvers, MA. This year's theme is

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"Soaring Through the Trials of Transition"

Registration Info


Early registration deadline has been extended to June 30th. You must begin payment plan option before June 30th to obtain reduced registration fee.


Registration form  
Online Registration   (Closed)

Payment Plan Option
This option proved to be a great benefit last year. We will be offering it this year as well. More info will be posted soon.

Hotel
Registration    
DoubleTree Boston North Shore
When you register, use the group rate code of 'AIM-IRS'

                             
Emergency Contact Information
In order to ensure an efficient and pleasurable  registration process, please complete your ECI form and submit it at the Registration Desk upon arrival.

Committee Schedule 
Souvenir Book Ads & Patrons due June 30th
Chapter of the Year Books due May 16th
GS-7 & Below Scholarships Nominations due May 30th
National Awards nominations due J
une 30th

Participation Info

We as an organization continuously strive to capitalize on the wealth of knowledge and experience across the country. Below are the forms needed for...
 

Conference Schedule 
Workshop Selection Form 

Workshop Synopsis 

Workshop Nomination Forms
 - Presenter 

 - Moderator  

Interfaith     

Awards 
Gala            
Jr. Conference
 - Flyer 
 - Scholarship Solicitation
 - Registration form  
Networking    
Souvenir Book Ad form  
Vendor Information
 - Poster 
 - Vendor Solicitation Letter


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This year is an election year for our National President and National Senior Vice President roles. Below are the essay submissions for the candidates of the offices.

Nesbit Parker       JaRita Johnson     

Highlights

     The 45th Annual Business Meeting & Training Seminar was POWERFUL. Debra Farrar-Parkman, our Opening Session speaker, had us ecstatic in laughter but also made us think about where we can go with this organization because of the strength gained through our struggles. Though the numbers were lower than expected, the poignancy and impact of the workshops was life changing. The events were remarkable and the food was scrumptious (especially the clam chowder). Then we ended with a fantastic message from Rev. Marshall LaNier, Jr, entitled, "Change Your Attitude and God Will Change Your Mind".

We would like to thank all those who planned, presented, organized, participated and supported in any way. Please congratulate our Conference Co-chairs: Cheryl Green & Jennifer Williams for an excellent conference.

It is impossible to express all the experiences but here are some highlights.

News from the Annual Business Meeting
   1) Due to the decreasing conference attendance and other pertinent factors, we resurrected the discussion of convening, in this format on a bi-annual basis. We will be voting on this topic during the St. Louis Conference.  
   2) Nesbit Parker and Ja Rita Johnson were elected for a 2nd term as National President and National Sr. Vice President. Congratulations for your continued leadership!!!

Congratulations to our elected National Officers   
National President, Nesbit Parker and National Sr. Vice President, Ja Rita Johnson were both re-elected for a 2nd term. We look forward towards the continuation of your leadership in charting the course for our continued success.
        CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Congratulations to the National Awards Recipients
 - Wyatt Trent - Karen Price (Southwest)
 - Bobby Wyche -Darlene Griffin (Mid-Atlantic)
 - EEO Meritorious - Kathryn Houston(Southwest)

Congratulations to the GS-7 & Below Award recipients (7)
 - Felecia Butler - Midwest
 - Tammye Butler - Southeast
 - Erica Campbell - Central
 - Deborah Dowell - Central
 - Savon Gibson - Central
 - Maebell Maddox - Southeast
 - Andrea Sandidge - Southeast


Congratulations to the Modestine Haynes Scholarship recipients (2)
 - Billy Brown, Jr - Mid-Atlantic
 - Angela Parker - Mid-Atlantic

 

Congratulations to the Shirley Ray Scholarship recipients (15)
 - Lonnia Berry
 - Billy Brown, Jr. – Mid-Atlantic
 - Chandelis R. Duster
 - Brianna Enck – North Atlantic
 - Kelsey Hines – Southwest
 - Melanie Jones – Midwest
 - Jaunice Kent – Central
 - Angela Parker – Mid-Atlantic
 - Angelynne  Parker – Mid-Atlantic
 - Jordan Patrick
 - Anthony Peter
 - Andrea Sandidge – Southeast
 - Jessye Storey – Mid-Atlantic
 - Taylor Young

Chapter of the Year
1st Place - Houston Chapter
2nd Place - Fresno Chapter
3rd place - DC Chapter


Congratulations to our new Regional Reps
 - Gwenda Carter-Louis - Central
 - Estelle Davis-Varnado - Southeast
 - Colleen Keeton-Sims - Southeast
 - Felecia Trevillion - Western
 - Renee Wells - Midwest

Congratulations to our new RVPs

 - Fran Mathews - North Atlantic Region


Workshops

National Fundraiser Raffle Winners
1st Place - $500
2nd Place - $200
3rd Place - $100

Souvenir Book Download (Login Required)
Part 1
Part 2