Currently two chapters: Metro (NY, NJ, CT) and Greater Philadelphia (PA and South Jersey) are holding special membership incentives.
The RTP chapter event entitled “Linking Community Service to Professional Development” opened with a rush of members and guests who clamored to the tables bringing professional suits, accessories and more for Dress for Success, a non-profit organization aimed at helping women access appropriate wardrobes for interviewing.
Each year the HBA chapters and affiliates hold an annual business meeting in the last quarter of the year. During this meeting, chapter leaders share the accomplishments of the year, plan for the following year and HBA members elect chapter leadership.
In an ongoing effort to show the appreciation for the extraordinary efforts of the Boston Chapter’s volunteer leaders, they have instituted the volunteer award. Here are the latest award winners.
A group of talented businesswomen led by Lynda McDermott, President, EquiPro International, is forming a new HBA Affiliate for Florida. Volunteer leaders from the Tampa Bay and Orlando area have a goal of making a difference for career minded professional businesswomen in Florida where the healthcare industry is thriving.
“Get to the point,” was the message from Karen Friedman’s dynamic presentation at the HBA Greater Philadelphia Chapter’s Dine Around event at Davio’s restaurant in Philadelphia.
Speaking to a group of 40+ HBA members, Todd Cohen motivated and inspired his audience by sharing some essentials when making presentations
The EuroVoice features the latest news from the European Chapter, including a letter from the chapter president and interviews with industry leaders.
The Mid-Atlantic Chapter’s 2010 Mentoring Program is having one of its most successful years ever, thanks to the leadership and initiative of the Mentoring Committee and this year’s strong line-up of 72 mentors and mentees – the largest number of participants in the chapter’s mentoring program since its 2008 inception.
The evening started off with a REAL story by one our star volunteers, Tina Doede. Tina shared her heartfelt thoughts how she has benefited from her involvement in the HBA and recommends “think about where you want to go next and how HBA can help.”