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Member Appreciation & Chapter Development - LUNCHEON MEETING -. Maggiano’s Tysons Corner Thursday, July 17, 2008 11:30am Networking 12:00pm Introduction 12:05pm Lunch 12:30pm Program. Potomac Chapter Mission.

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Member appreciation chapter development luncheon meeting

Member Appreciation & Chapter Development - LUNCHEON MEETING -

Maggiano’s Tysons Corner

Thursday, July 17, 2008

11:30am Networking

12:00pm Introduction

12:05pm Lunch

12:30pm Program


Potomac chapter mission

Potomac Chapter Mission

To support the members of the Potomac Chapter of RIMS by providing the environment and resources to advance the practice and recognition of risk management.


Potomac chapter value statement

Potomac ChapterValue Statement

Our chapter provides the forums and resources to exchange knowledge and advance the practice and recognition of the risk management industry in the District of Columbia metro area.


Potomac chapter strategic plan goals

Potomac Chapter Strategic Plan - Goals

  • Apply and receive a RIMS Chapter Award in 2009

  • Develop out-reach program for local students in RIMS and Insurance programs

  • Coordinate educational program(s) with RIMS national, e.g. co-host a RIMS full day educational conference in Chapter’s area

  • Vary meeting locations to appeal to our geographically diverse membership.

  • Provide Chapter Awards and Recognition


Potomac chapter membership facts

Potomac ChapterMembership Facts

  • Over 225 members

  • Approximately 84% professional membersApproximately 16% associate members

  • Three membership categories:

    • Individual: Educational (faculty/staff), Student, Affiliate, Retired

    • Corporate: Primary Deputy, Secondary Deputy, Additional Deputy

    • Associate

  • When registering your membership, be sure to

    choose the Chapter …Potomac Chapter of RIMS!


Your membership benefits

Your Membership Benefits

  • Personal and Professional Growth

  • Network with Industry Peers

  • Educational Cutting-Edge Programs

  • Membership Directory

  • Informative Publications

  • Online Resources

  • Leadership Opportunities and Career Development

  • It’s Fun! …Holiday Party, Golf Outing, & Facility Tours


Potomac chapter of rims chapter officers

Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

President

First Vice President

Treasurer

Secretary

VP Programs

VP Membership

RIMS Delegate

External Affairs Director

Former President Director

Web Master- ALL POSITIONS ARE A ONE YEAR TERM -


Member appreciation chapter development luncheon meeting

Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

President – Terry FlemingKeep the chapter focused on setting and maintaining its goals. The President oversees officers and committees and encourages teamwork. The President maintains the operations of the chapters.

  • Responsibilities: Attend all meetings, to preside at all meetings; monitor progress of chapters goals and objectives; enforce bylaws; appoint committees, attend RIMS training sessions, identify and implement services for chapter members, keep current with RIMS services, prepare board meeting agendas; report to membership; serve as the chapter’s spokesperson; recognize achievements of members, prepare the chapter budget along with other officers. Hires an outside auditor each year for chapter’s books.

  • Qualifications: Knowledge of RIMS; working knowledge of chapter bylaws, service of at least one term in another officer position; ability to delegate, public speaking ability, leadership skills, ability to communicate effectively; has attended Building a Successful Chapter, A "how to" Workshop (formerly known as Chapter Leadership Seminar).

  • Average Time Commitment: Six hours per month.

  • Measure of Success: Chapter has increased revenue by 15%; new members are recruited and retained, problems are handled in a timely manner, committees are active and growing, available to other officers and committee members, meetings are held efficiently.

  • Benefits: Gain experience in building and working with committees, play a key role in shaping chapter’s future, opportunity to network on different levels, improve meeting management skills, gain experience that can be used on the job. Be a mentor to new volunteers.


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Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

Vice President – Keith ConerlyAssist the President in coordinating and directing committee activities and chapter operations

  • Responsibilities: To attend all meetings; monitor progress of chapter’s goals and objectives; enforce bylaws; manage the activities of committees that report directly to the Vice President, advise and assist the President, assume President’s role in President’s absence; attend RIMS training sessions, identify and implement services for chapter members, keep current with RIMS services; report to membership; prepare the chapter budget along with other officers.

  • Qualifications: Knowledge of RIMS; working knowledge of chapter bylaws, service of at least one term in another officer position; ability to delegate, public speaking ability; has attended Building a Successful Chapter, A "how to" Workshop (formerly known as Chapter Leadership Seminar).

  • Average Time Commitment: Five hours per month.

  • Measure of Success: Completion of goals, new members are recruited and retained, problems are handled in a timely manner, committees are active and growing, available to other officers and committee members, meetings are held efficiently, good team spirit.

  • Benefits: Gain experience in building and working with committees, play a key role in shaping chapter’s future, stepping stone to Chapter Presidency, opportunity to network on different levels, recognition, improve meeting management skills, gain experience that can be used on the job.


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Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

Treasurer – Clare MurphyDevelop and monitor the Chapter’s financial operations.

  • Responsibilities: Maintain financial records, prepare annual budget with help from other officers, prepare financial reports for presentation to membership, monitor cash flow, prepare and file IRS and other government forms, and coordinate with outside firm for annual financial statements.

  • Qualifications: Knowledge of RIMS; working knowledge of chapter bylaws; good with numbers, comfortable doing accounting and cash management.

  • Average Time Commitment: Six hours per month.

  • Measure of Success: Chapter is in good financial position,increased revenues by 15%; In compliance with IRS regulation and RIMS national directions and financial statements for fiscal year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007 compiled by accounting firm.

  • Benefits: Gain experience in building and working with committees, play a key role in shaping chapter’s future, opportunity to network on different levels, improve meeting management skills, gain experience that can be used on the job.


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Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

Secretary – Kimberly Gay-ArmourMaintain Chapter’s records.

  • Responsibilities: Attend all meetings, record and prepare minutes of board and business meetings, distribute minutes to all board members following approval by the President, maintain chapter records, work with membership chair to coordinate mailings, etc.

  • Qualifications: Knowledge of RIMS; working knowledge of chapter bylaws, good record keeping, good note taking, ability to delegate.

  • Average Time Commitment: Six hours per month.

  • Measure of Success: Minutes distributed in a timely manner, records are maintained, chapter business is in order.

  • Benefits: Gain experience in building and working with committees, improve meeting management skills, gain experience that can be used on the job.


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Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

VP of Programs – Lori GrayIdentify, develop and promote educational programs

  • Responsibilities: Attend all meetings, enhance & improve educational seminars & chapter meetings, investigate "partnering" educational opportunities with other organizations, develop programs for the year to enhance the Risk Management profession, obtain CEU credits for meetings, conduct annual call for presentations, provide on site assistance, work with other officers to promote events.

  • Qualifications: Knowledge of RIMS; working knowledge of chapter bylaws, service of at least one term in another officer position; good record keeping, ability to utilize contacts and network for speakers/presenters, has attended Building a Successful Chapter, A "how to" Workshop (formerly known as the Chapter Leadership Seminar).

  • Average Time Commitment: Six hours per month.

  • Measure of Success: Increase in meeting attendance, excitement over presentation, chapter members feel they have learned something.

  • Benefits: Gain experience in building and working with committees, improve meeting management skills, expand professional contact network, gain experience that can be used on the job coordinating presentations.


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Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

VP of Membership – VacantMaintain membership records and recruit new members.

  • Responsibilities: Attend all meetings, identify potential members, develop membership and retention campaigns, maintain chapter mailing lists, communicate with members regarding membership questions and/or concerns, develop surveys to assess needs of chapter members, evaluate and sign new member applications on behalf of chapter

  • Qualifications : Knowledge of RIMS; working knowledge of chapter bylaws, service of at least one term in another officer position; good record keeping, knowledge of marketing, good people skills, has attended the Building a Successful Chapter, A "how to" Workshop (formerly known as the Chapter Leadership Seminar).

  • Average Time Commitment: seven hours per month.

  • Measure of Success: Membership increased by 10%, mailing lists are accurate, retention program in place, problems are handled in a timely manner, applications are signed and returned to RIMS in a timely manner, available to other officers and committee members, attend meetings, timely communication to members on key membership changes.

  • Benefits: Knowledge of entire membership base, networking with all members of chapter, satisfaction & recognition, gain experience that can be used on the job.


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Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

RIMS Delegate – Rajesh GulharRepresents the chapter at RIMS House of Delegates meetings and reports back to the chapter.

External Affairs Director – Randy JoubenTo keep current on legislative issues that affect risk managers nationally and in the states. The position also coordinates with RIMS government affairs staff.

Former President Director – Valerie WaltersEssential in helping with transition for the incoming president and to help provide continuity of chapter projects.


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Potomac Chapter of RIMSCHAPTER OFFICERS

Web Master – David Wenzel

Maintain Chapter’s Web Site.

  • Responsibilities: Attend all meetings, update and maintain web site to keep it current and interesting. Find new ways to utilize the web site for communication with members. 

  • Qualifications: Knowledge of RIMS; working knowledge of chapter bylaws, familiarity with web sites. Excellent writing and editing skills as well as strong leadership and project management skills required

  • Average Time Commitment: Six hours per month.

  • Measure of Success: Web site is up to date and provides useful information for Chapter members.

  • Benefits: Gain experience in building web sites, gain experience that can be used on the job.


Potomac chapter committees

Potomac ChapterCOMMITTEES

Holiday Gala Committee – Over the past three years we have raised $ in donations to benefit the Darrell Green Youth Life Foundation (DGYLF) to support the children in the DC Metro area.

Chair: Lori Gray

Golf Committee – 2008 was our 1st annual outing and we raised $5,000 for the Spencer Educational Foundation Chair: Valerie Walters


Potomac chapter accomplishments

Potomac ChapterAccomplishments

  • Chapter meeting attendance up 20% over the past two years.

  • Drafted new constitution, bylaws and mission & value statements

  • Developed a budget

  • Organized and coordinated chapters first annual Golf Outing

  • Developed partnerships with other organizations (DC Chapter CPCU Society)

  • New website & chapter banner


Potomac chapter recent contributions

Potomac ChapterRecent Contributions

  • Contributed $1,000 in 2007 to the New Orleans Fire Dept.

  • Contributed to Anita Benedetti Student Involvement Program: provides a student the opportunity to attend RIMS Annual Conference

    • 2007 donated $1,500

    • 2008 donated $1,800

  • Over the past four years we have donated over $4,000 to the DGYLF.

  • Contributed $5,000 in 2008 to the Spencer Educational Foundations…thanks to our chapter’s first annual Golf Outing!


For more information

For More Information:

Contact RIMS web site:

www.rims.org

Contact the Potomac Chapter of RIMS website:

www.potomac.rims.org

Lisa Pettipas, Chapter Administrator

5220 Pommeroy Drive

Fairfax, VA 22032-3919


Why should you volunteer

Why Should YOU Volunteer?

  • Leadership experience

  • Satisfaction of giving back to the local Risk Management Community

  • Gain and/or improve skills

  • Network with other Risk Management professionals

  • Stay in touch with key issues/hot topics

  • Have fun and develop personal relationships


Your participation

Your Participation

The success of the Society and your chapter depends on the active participation and commitment of its members, whose individual strengths and continued development add to the advancement of the profession.


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