Virtual Annual Membership Meeting

Calling All Members

April 24, 2021

Each spring, all 700-plus local Leagues in the country hold annual membership meetings. These meetings reaffirm the League’s grassroots foundation and ensure that members guide the League’s future.

On Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 11 a.m., LWVAAC will convene its members on Zoom to conduct the important business of approving our 2021-2022 budget, updating our bylaws, electing officers and directors, adopting a program for the coming year, and providing guidance to the Board about activities, events, advocacy or initiatives that members want LWVAAC to undertake. The LWVAAC Board relies on members’ active participation in this yearly event.

The 2021 Annual Meeting Workbook contains the proposed budget and bylaws revisions, nominating slate and program recommendations, as well as each Board Director’s portfolio report to recap LWVAAC’s activities over the current fiscal year (2020-2021). Reviewing the Workbook is a good way to learn about our League. Email [email protected] to request a print copy of the Workbook.

In addition to official League business, the 2021 Annual Meeting will feature guest speaker Kathleen M. Koch, Executive Director for Arundel Community Development Services, Inc. (ACDS), a nonprofit housing and community development agency established to create and retain affordable housing opportunities. Affordable housing has long been a public policy focus of LWVAAC; a study group led by LWVAAC Director Jeanne Jehl has recently completed a review of our League's position.

RSVP below to receive virtual meeting information.

 

Download the Final Annual Meeting Workbook

 

About Our Guest Speaker, Kathleen M. Koch

Arundel Community Development Services (ACDS) Executive Director Kathleen Koch was instrumental in the creation of ACDS.  During her tenure, the ACDS annual operating budget has quadrupled to over $12 million. ACDS serves as Anne Arundel County’s Housing and Community Development agency responsible for planning and developing projects with public and private funds that serve the County’s low-income and moderate- income residents and communities. In addition to creating new affordable homeownership units, ACDS has helped to create and retain over 2,000 affordable rental units in the County. As ACDS Executive Director responsible for administering HUD funding, Ms. Koch is also a key player in the regional efforts to overcome impediments to fair housing.

   
WHEN
April 24, 2021 at 11:00am - 1pm
WHERE
Zoom
CONTACT
Carol Sures · · 443-672-8270
17 RSVPS
Lois Fussell Margaret Anzalone Barbara Pratt Jane Garbacz Joyce Martin Katherine Larrabee Alfa Stevens Gail Viamonte Carolyn Ciepiela Cynthia Barry

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