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2012 National NOW Conference

 
June 8, 2012

Dear ,

Thank you for registering to attend the 2012 National NOW Conference! I'm writing to ask you to become part of an organization-wide discussion about strengthening NOW to meet the opportunities and challenges of the 21st Century. This past February, members of the NOW National Board and NOW/PAC got together to give serious consideration to possible changes in NOW's structure to optimize what is working well and fix what is not. The board made a good start on a discussion we believe the entire organization needs to engage in. What better way to continue the conversation than at the National NOW Conference?

IMPORTANT FYI:
The conference hotel group rate expires this Monday, June 11. Please make your reservations ASAP!

NOW's structure has not been addressed comprehensively since the 1970s. Think how the world around us has changed since then! NOW, too, must change. Over the past few years, hard work and sacrifice by NOW activists at all levels has brought us back to financial stability, but if we don't change how the organization functions, we will end up sinking again. We are determined not to let that happen by making the changes necessary to increase NOW's activism, membership and money.

You can be part of this crucial conversation. As a first step, please respond to this survey created by the Strategic Planning Committee of the National NOW Board. Then, consider attending one (or, better yet, all) of the workshops where we will continue the discussion. Together, we can make NOW stronger, bigger and more effective than ever.

Thanks for all you do for NOW!

Patricia Ireland, Co-chair
National NOW Advisory Committee
 

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