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What our Committees are doing
Welcome to the AAM Committee page. This page was developed to keep members informed of committee projects. Check back often as we'll be updating the page when new projects begin and milestones reached.
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Education Committee - Responsible for the overall development of AAM's educational programming.
The 2014 Call for Speakers will be open soon. Stay tuned for more information.
We have had a successful year of additional AAM High and Roundtable sessions. The committee is developing programs for 2014. Visit our AAM High and Roundtable pages often for educational updates.
The Publications committee is working on a CRM survey. Members will be invited to participate in task forces as projects become available. These task forces will contribute to engaging thought-leadership pieces that will be distributed to membership.
Membership Committee - Responsible for obtaining new members, monitoring member satisfaction, evaluating benefits, and maintaining chapter relations.
The 2014 new member marketing campaign is being developed and will launch late 2013. The committee has been developing a robust prospect list to help grow membership. The committee continues to develop and implement a Trial Member conversion plan. Become a member today.
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Communications Committee - Responsible for collecting information from the PR person on each subcommittee, and determines the plan for communicating how the information will be delivered to members, industry, public, etc. Contact us today if you have news you want to share with AAM Members.
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Next month's AAM Minute is currently in development. The committee is discussing ways to increase its reach in the industry. Read previous AAM Minutes.