November 18, 2016, as the newest Board of Director to the Northwest Mountain Region, I decided to invite current PWC members and prospective members to my home for some food, fun and new friends. This atmosphere proved to be very relaxing allowing everyone to engage with each other, evolve in the conversation of PWC membership benefits, and excel the excitement of becoming part of a fantastic organization.
Northwest Mountain Region had a total of 13 people show up for the event, 6 were current PWC members and happy to say the remaining 7 joined up by the end of the night. Needless to say it was a very informative and productive night. Northwest Mountain would like to welcome aboard: Kelly McElhaney, Megan Tolley, Merilee Sabino, Stacy Granley, Tracy Willden, TraCheri Jackson, Crystal Rogers. Also members that signed up in the month of November are: Greg Bean, Isaac Lind, Brandee Coker.
As the Northwest Mountain Regional Director I learned that we as a professional organization need to get out there more and visit with our facilities, our members both current and prospective. PWC is an organization that has so many benefits that many are not aware of. There will be many new employees coming in that have bright futures ahead of them, let’s help them achieve those goals.
Knowing that your Board of Directors is working hard for each and every one is extremely important and that’s what makes PWC who we are. The camaraderie we have, the networking available and the realization of balancing a family life while working in one of the most stressful jobs is by far something PWC stands proud of.
I would like to thank all of the members in my region for their continued support in promoting PWC. I met with many individuals that became members because of your continuous efforts. With my deepest sincerity, Thank You!