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PASS Board of Directors Portfolio Announcements

With the Elections now complete, the PASS Board of Directors met for their in-person board meeting at PASS Summit 2016 yesterday in Seattle. Last year, we announced portfolio assignments for the Directors-at-Large following the Summit board meeting. However, at this time, no assignments will be ...

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The Guidebook is Live! Program Materials onsite at PASS Summit 2016

Our Diamond Partner, Microsoft, will be making an exciting announcement this week at PASS Summit 2016, so until Tuesday morning, only the Guidebook will be available for schedule updates. This means that all printed program materials (Program Guide and Session Schedule) will be available for attende ...

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Packing list for PASS Summit 2016

As you finalize your packing list for PASS Summit, starting next week in Seattle, a quick reminder that you should not forget your backpack.  We are not giving away backpacks this year, but we do have something else for you.  Reminders were shared in the attendee bulletins. But in case you ...

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Anti-Harassment Policy Update for PASS Summit 2016

We want to ensure everybody has an enjoyable, safe and harassment-free experience at PASS Summit, which is why we have extended the Anti-Harassment Policy (AHP) and made it more convenient to report an incident. I’d like to update you on some important changes that were made to the AHP and the ...

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Addressing Security Concerns around Election Voting

Taking part in a democratic process to elect leadership in our association is vital for making our voices heard and enacting positive change for PASS. The election process started months ago when the Nomination Committee was formed to review the voting process, vet candidates, and submit the final s ...

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PASS Board Election Candidate Scoring

In February of this year the PASS Board announced that the Nominations Committee (NomCom) election would be replaced by a new process where community members submit a letter of interest that would be published for the community to review. These changes were made in an effort to produce a practiced N ...

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PASS Summit Schedule Announcements

With PASS Summit just over 40 days away, we are excited to be announcing this year’s detailed scheduled to attendees today. Our team is continuing to put the final touches on the on-site experiences and events and in doing so, have made changes to the social programs at this year’s P ...

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Membership Personas Help PASS Better Understand Global Membership

Earlier this year, PASS embarked on a project with the goal to better understand our global membership and educational priorities.  Since being founded in 1999, we have not taken the opportunity to survey our membership to understand their educational needs, professional demands and ways in whi ...

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BA Community Goals for FY 2017

I wanted to take this opportunity to follow up on the recent blog from Denise McInerney, The Future of the BA Community. That blog spoke to the history of BA and PASS, and also detailed why PASS has decided not to host a BA Conference in 2017. I won’t go into any more of that reasoning here – you can read that in the blog – but what I will touch on are some of the strategies for community building and the BA Community goals for FY 2017.

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Policy on Board Members Accepting Paid Speaking Engagements

Earlier this Spring the Board of Directors commenced a discussion surrounding the policy of accepting payment for speaking engagements as a PASS Board member. Through communications within the Board, posts on my personal blog, as well as conversations with various interested individuals, I solicite ...

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