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Western Region Fall Business Meeting November 18 – 19, 2011; San Francisco, CA

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“Winning With Accountability” – Henry J. Evans

November 18th
UFSC Programs & Sponsorships Forum
1:00 – 5:30 PM

A San Francisco Chapter networking mixer and “Games Night” will be held Friday evening from 6:15 – 9:00 PM, sponsored by Union Bank of California Foundation at Union Bank Museum and Historic Branch, downtown on 400 California Street.

November 19th
WR Fall Business Meeting Agenda

8:00 a.m.    Continental Prayer Breakfast
9:00 a.m.     Meeting called to Order Western Region Vice President Lizzie L. Evans
9:05 a.m.     Welcome – Western Region Representative Walter Brown, Jr.
9:15 a.m.     Approval of Minutes – Western Region Secretary Elaine Gaspard
9:20 a.m.     Treasurer’s Report – Western Region Treasurer Jackie Ingram
9:25 a.m.     Chapter Presidents Icebreaker Introductions –

■Los Angeles Chapter Interim President – Keith Nichols
■Las Vegas Chapter President – Jackie Ingram
■San Francisco Chapter President – Walter Brown, Jr.
■Puget Sound Chapter President – Earl Vinson, Ph.D.
■San Diego Interest Group Coordinator – Frank Robinson

9:45 a.m.     Chapter Development Training – presented by International UFSC Chapter Development Chair – Christy Bryant. All members invited to participate. Prudential teleconference line: 1 866 657 9739, Participant Code: 6726601# is open for those not attending in person.

10:45 a.m.     Restroom/Refresh Break
11:00 a.m.     International President Ditu Kasuyi – featuring highlights from the Action Planning Meeting and Chapter Innovation/Membership Growth/Retention Models
11:30 a.m.    Corporate Advisory Board Charter Adoption – Western Region Vice President Lizzie L. Evans
11:45 a.m.    Restroom/Refresh Break

Noon      Chapter Leadership Awards & Recognition Luncheon –
Presentation by Dr. William Wesley – “”Full Life Balance: How to Live
Better Every Day”
a Professor at Golden Gate University

1:00 p.m.    Interactive Chapter Development Workshop – Christy Bryant
2:00 p.m.    Afternoon Break
2:15 p.m.     Raffle Drawing for Amazon Kindle
2:30 p.m.    Community Roundtable – “Game-Changing Tactics for Nonprofits Today“ – Videography provided by the Coalition of Black Professionals Organization

Key Panelists

Honorable Fiona Ma, CPA- Speaker Pro Tem, California State Legislature-Moderator
Mr. Ditu Kasuyi – International UFSC President
Ms. Kathy Andrews – National Black MBA Association – President
Mr. Jesus Duenas – Hispanic Chamber of Commerce – Executive Director
Ms. Tisa Jackson, VP- UNION BANK
Mr. L J Jennings- Coalition of Black Professional Organizations – National Chairman
Ms. Johnnie McKinley, MA ABS Ed.D – President- JMA Group, VP-UFSC-Puget Sound Chapter
Mr. Steven Moore, First VP Comerica Bank, VP- UFSC -SF Bay Area
Ms. Moire Rasmussen – National Association of Black Accountants- National Chair, Strategic Planning Committee
Mr. Daryle Whyte -  100 Black Men – Board Member

3:45 p.m.    Strategies for Challenged Property Owners–UFSC-SF Chapter Program Initiative
4:15 p.m.     Online Feedback Evaluations
4:30 p.m.    Adjourn

CLICK HERE to REGISTER NOW for $60 before November 14th

Reserve your stay at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero for the Western Region Business Fall Meeting.

2 Responses to “Western Region Fall Business Meeting November 18 – 19, 2011; San Francisco, CA”

  1. Ufsc Ps

    We are excited to mingle and mix with the Western Region leadership team and center of influences. I look forward to participating in Saturday’s Community Roundtable moderated by the Honorable Fiona Ma, CPA- Speaker Pro Tem, California State Legislature. This will be a timely and relevant discussion on “Game-Changing Tactics for Nonprofits Today.”

    Liz Evans, UFSC WR Vice President

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  2. The Coalition of Black Professional Organizations

    The Coalition of Black Professional Organizations congratulates UFSC – San Francisco on its Western Region Fall Business Meeting. This meeting beautifully underscores collaboration and demonstrates how member organizations can leverage resources through commitment and a collection mission. Thank you for including us in the commUnity conversation.

    Kathleen Greely, CBPO NVP of Marketing & Development

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