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2017 ASIS International New Hampshire Chapter Executive Board

Your Chapter Leadership Team is committed to a Strategic Vision for the future and in achieving these goals and objectives:


Goal One – Recruit and Retain Members

  • Reach out to disabled members who cannot travel by embracing technology that will allow them to take part in Chapter events

  • Reach out to our Women in Security to give them opportunity to share ideas.

  • Reach out to colleges so we may advise students how professional certification can enhance their career path.


Goal Two – Goes To The Heart of Conducing Business

  • Promote an exchange of ideas between businesses, community agencies and the Chapter.

  • Speak at various forums on the importance of the Chapter’s band, image, reputation and character.


  • Offer members a social media network as another means of communicating with peers, associates and friends.


  • Attract keynote speakers to bring the best available talent and expertise to our doorstep.


The plan highlights:

The best way to recruit and retain members is to offer them high quality programs, quality keynote speakers and a wide array of networking opportunities.

 The strengthening of the Chapter’s brand, image, reputation and character is important because it is the essence of who we are.

 Whether we accept responsibility for what we do and say – as members – it reflects on the professionalism of ASIS . . . on the integrity of the Chapter . . . and on the trustworthiness of our individual character.

 
Goal Three – Establish Relationships & Professional Development Opportunities

  • Reach out to business enterprises and potential sponsors to strengthen the Chapter’s brand, image, reputation and character and build upon this relationship in all business activity.


  • Continue working with sponsors and seeking to bring new ones into the Alliance.  As the sponsorship program matures, we envision creating a Chapter financial assistance program to help members advance their education.


  • Reach out to more federal, state and local law enforcement organizations.  In 2017, the Chapter established a relationship with law enforcement agencies within Hillsboro County.  The goal is to build upon this relationship, while reaching out to LE, Firefighter and emergency response agencies throughout New Hampshire.


  • Enhance membership performance by creating meaningful and valuable opportunities that advance their competency.


  • Establish a relationship with the local media to bring Chapter programs and activities to light.


  • Give back to the community by honoring those


  • Who stand in harms way.

Doris Parr, ISP

Treasurer

Ronald I. Breen, CPP

Secretary

Michael A. Art

Vice Chair

ASIS Granite State Chapter 101

John Sullivant

CPP, CSC, CFC, CHS-IV, CNTA

Chair