“SWING FOR THE FENCES”

RMA 2019 Chapter Leaders Conference

June 19–21, 2019 | Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch

“SWING FOR THE FENCES”

RMA 2019 Chapter Leaders Conference

June 19–21, 2019 | Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch

Plan now to attend the 2019 Chapter Leaders Conference!

The CLC can help your board become more effective and provide tools for continuing success. As a chapter board member, you can participate in strategy sessions with other chapter leaders to successfully recruit new members, and generate creative programming ideas.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Conference registration deadline is May 21, 2019.

If you meet the eligibility requirements, your registration is free. RMA pays for your hotel room and tax (please review eligibility rules) for the nights of Wednesday, June 19 and Thursday, June 20 only. (You must be an RMA Associate or Professional member to attend.) If you would like to send additional chapter officers, the cost is $295.00 per individual, plus travel and hotel room expenses. Please contact Anna Shuman (215-446-4051 or ashuman@rmahq.org) if you have any questions. Spouses/guests are invited to attend the receptions at a cost of $95 per person (over 12 years of age). This all-inclusive charge covers:

  • Attendance at meet and greet reception on Wednesday.
  • Attendance at dinner reception on Thursday.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • You must be a board member or chapter administrator for FY 2019-2020.
  • You must be a member of RMA.
  • You must not have attended the conference three or more times in the past.
 *Exceptions:

 

  • RMA will cover a fourth registration and hotel room and tax (Wednesday and Thursday nights only) for chapters who send a Young Professional committee member. (All YP committee members will be assigned to YP sessions at the conference.)
  • Additional chapter board members (over three/four) and those who have attended three or more conferences are welcome to attend at a rate $295.00 registration fee, plus hotel room expenses.

You will be responsible for any additional hotel rooms needed, extra nights, upgraded accommodations, and room charges before or after the conference, plus all incidental charges incurred for each night. Please note: Although you will be asked to guarantee your reservation with a credit card, the room and tax charges for Wednesday and Thursday nights will be put on RMA’s master account. Your card will not be charged unless you 1) don’t show up, 2) stay additional nights before Wednesday or after Thursday, 3) book more than one room in your name or upgrade your room, or 4) charge incidentals (meals, movies, mini-bar, laundry, etc.) to your room. Check with your local chapter for expenses it may cover.

 

Contact Anna Shuman at 215-446-4051 if you have any questions.

 

FEATURED SPEAKERS

AGENDA

Participants are expected to attend all sessions and stay until the end of the conference.
Please remember to bring your conference booklet to each session.

  • Wednesday, June 19
  • Thursday, June 20
  • Friday, June 21

2:00 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.

Registration

4:30 P.M. to 5:15 P.M.

Brain Date with the Sponsors

What is a Brain Date? A Brain Date is a 45 minute round table session on a specific topic led by our sponsors.

5:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.

Registration closed.

Please enjoy dinner on your own.

8:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M.

Meet and Greet Dessert Reception 

Join us for desserts, beverages, and networking. Registration will be available.

7:30 A.M. to 8:15 A.M.

Breakfast and Registration

Pick up your RMA conference materials. Council and committee members will be available to answer any questions you have.

8:15 A.M.

Opening Session 


Introductions/Welcome

Laura W. Ridner, CRC, Associate Director, Chapter Development , RMA
Kelly Graham,  Conference Chair


Opening Speaker

Nancy J. Foster, President and CEO, RMA


Keynote Address: “Are You Ready to Unleash Your Inner Winner?”

Natalie Fikes, Emcee, Leadership Coach, and Bestselling Author of “Empowered To Prosper”

Sessions for the day include:

Peer Round Tables

Share best practices with those in a similar board position.


Understanding RMA

This session will provide participants with an understanding of RMA. It will include information on Vision 2020, RMA and chapter overview, chapter resources, products and services, and RMA involvement.


Lunch/Sessions with Our Sponsors
(choose one)

 

Membership Session

This session will help participants understand the importance of membership and learn ways to enhance member engagement for their chapters. The session will cover membership types, benefits and resources available to chapters.


RMA Extra Innings
(choose one)

Communication
This session will help participants to understand the different channels of communication available for chapters, discuss some obstacles to communication and hear some best practices in communication.


Education
This session will cover various aspects of educational opportunities provided by chapters. The session will cover Open Enrollments, chapter developed courses, recorded web seminars and discuss top challenges chapters face with providing educational opportunities.


Chapter Board Management
This session will explore various chapter board management issues and provide resources and tools to combat these issues. We will also explore the benefits of chapter leadership and how to convey these benefits to potential and current board members to help your chapter chart the course to success.


Programming Round Tables

Share successful programming ideas with your peers from other chapters.


Young Professionals Session

6:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M.

Thursday Dinner Reception

7:30 A.M.

Conference Breakfast

Get together with your chapter for breakfast and work on the chapter planning guide.

Sessions for the day include:

Tip Sheet/Impact Sessions

This session will incorporate a website resources presentation and mini round table discussions covering 20 different topics. The mini round table topics will include chapter success stories and tips on various chapter related topics. The session will also incorporate a round table discussions related to RMA Strategic Objectives and chapter goals.


Academic Session

This session will cover the purpose of the Academic Program, Academic Chair responsibilities, provide information on the various resources available and provide information on student and academic memberships. The participants will also have an opportunity to discuss topics based on their chapter’s stage of Academic Program activities.


Closing Session 


Closing speaker

Ed Schreiber, Chief Risk Officer/Executive Vice President, Zions Bancorporation, Chair of RMA

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