I have stepped down as the SIG manager and program manager to join the STC Board as a director. It has been an honor to serve the P&P SIG membership and meet many of you in person at a Summit or virtually at one of our webinars. I am excited to begin a new chapter with STC, but sad to leave. I plan to continue participating in SIG activities and serving as the SIG’s Community Achievement Awards (CAA) manager.
As a result, there are some changes to the leadership team. You will see familiar names as well as three new volunteers: Linda Clark and Lynne Valois, P&P SIG Program Manager, and Ben Durham, treasurer. A big thank you to the leadership team for adjusting their responsibilities and in some cases taking on new roles. I also would like to thank the leadership team members for their dedication to the SIG. It’s been a pleasure working with you!
The Policies and Procedures SIG has earned the Bronze Community Achievement Award (CAA) for our community’s accomplishments and activities in 2019.
Our award citation reads, “For your ongoing dedication in promoting and exalting the discipline of policies and procedures communication in our community and beyond.”
Per STC’s website, “The Community Achievement Award recognizes a SIG, professional or student chapter’s outstanding accomplishments in achieving the Society’s goals through a wide range of programs and activities.” The application is a comprehensive point-based application.
STC recognized the P&P SIG and other community award winners during STC’s virtual Leadership Program on May 27.
Thank you to the volunteers who helped make our award possible.
Thank you also to the P&P SIG members for supporting our SIG. The leadership team looks forward to seeing you at a future SIG event. Please check our website for volunteer opportunities. (www.stc-pp.org)
The P&P SIG will be hosting a virtual Open House on March 24, from 12:00 –
1:00 PM (EDT). All STC members are welcome to this free webinar! Please
share this email with your friends and colleagues from other STC
Join us and meet the SIG leaders, hear about the SIG’s plans for 2020 and
the Summit, and learn about volunteer opportunities. There will also be
time to offer your suggestions and ask questions. We want to hear from
This event is free, but you do need to register. A recording of this
webinar will be available, but you must register for this webinar to
Annette D. Reilly, Ph.D., PMP, CSDP, CSEP, will present a webinar entitled “It's a Standard Procedure" on Thursday, March 28, from 12:00 -1:00 p.m. (EDT). She will discuss how policies and procedures are applied for the development of international standards. The webinar will be recorded.
The webinar is free to P&P SIG members and our guest, the STC Washington DC/Baltimore chapter. However, you must register to receive the link to the webinar and the recording.
The registration link and information was sent to P&P SIG members via the SIG’s Announcement List.The Leadership Team hopes you can join us for a discussion of this
If you have questions, please contact Ann Marie at AQueeney@nullstc-techedit.org.