AFCEA International Chapter News
DAYTON-WRIGHT CHAPTER CHAPTER - Dec 12, 2007

In December the chapter convened its annual board of directors meeting, focusing on the topic of membership retention. The chapter was able to exceed its goal of recruiting three members to become lifetime members and the chapter total to 40 lifetime members. Norman Nelson, vice president of corporate membership, said the chapter recruited 10 new corporate members, exceeding its goal by 75% and bringing its corporate membership to 233. The chapter also surpassed its goal for student membership recruitment by adding three new students. At the meeting it was noted that the chapter's oldest member is 75 years old and the youngest is 19 years old, and that the chapter's members reside in a total of fifteen states. Additionally, the chapter also added more than $35,000 in contributions to its scholarship fund from its two largest fundraisers, the InfoTech tradeshow and conference and the Valentine's Ball.

Event Photographs:

Norman Nelson, vice president of corporate membership, presents longtime member Anthony Perfilio of Rendigs, Fry, Kiely & Dennis, LLP with a new corporate member plaque.
Norman Nelson, vice president of corporate membership, presents longtime member Anthony Perfilio of Rendigs, Fry, Kiely & Dennis, LLP with a new corporate member plaque.
Michelle Corcoran, chapter president for 2008, presents Richard Reed (c), Air Force Materiel Command, with a Wright Brothers Flyer coin set, while Michael Bridges, vice president of programs, looks on.
Michelle Corcoran, chapter president for 2008, presents Richard Reed (c), Air Force Materiel Command, with a Wright Brothers Flyer coin set, while Michael Bridges, vice president of programs, looks on.

For more details regarding this event contact:
brenda colton
9373207065

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