As we head into the second half of 2022, MAC's volunteers are working hard on initiatives that align with our mission and provide value to our members.
We have three new programs in the pipeline preparing to launch in the second half of 2022. Each of these originated from member input. From education and networking to finding solution partners, we have great programs in development and more on the drafting table. A great way to learn more about these initiatives and help them take shape is to volunteer.
We are not just adding new programs this year. We are also evaluating our brand. (And we are not just talking about a refresh of the logo ... everything is on the table!) We want you to be part of our evolution. Watch for opportunities to provide your input or volunteer to be part of the action!
There is a lot more to celebrate as we look back over the past year.
- We launched the first phases of our volunteer recognition program with monthly volunteer spotlights, our first awards for volunteer excellence, and the new Secret Owl Society.
- We revitalized our already strong educational offerings, with new formats and new content. We have a fantastic series of webinars scheduled out into 2023. Our annual fall regionals are back live in three cities, and preparations for Level Up 23 are well underway, but there is still time to submit your suggestions for a session topic you would like to see or deliver.
- We also launched on-demand educational transcripts for members which now include volunteer experiences for those members tracking credits for CPP or other programs. Members can find your transcript under the Member Compass.
As we continue to celebrate our 25th year, we want to celebrate you, our members and our volunteers. Since moving to a more inclusive dues structure a year ago, membership numbers at MAC skyrocketed by nearly 30%! There is a lot happening at MAC with more great things to come! Thank you for being part of it!
Volunteer SpotlightLearn more about our Volunteer Opportunities!
Andrew is an instrumental contributor to the Bank Consortium and to MAC. Andrew was a vital part of writing the Bank Consortium charter during its founding stages. He helps to ensure anti-trust measures are in place at every meeting and is always eager to offer his support, guidance, and resources whenever possible for topics relevant to the group. Andrew is a frequent speaker at MAC events including Level Up and the Regionals. His volunteerism is greatly appreciated by the Bank Consortium and MAC as a whole.
Nominated by Shari Savlick
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