By: Amy Bean Napier
One of the clients that we manage is the Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology (FDLT). Their mission is to advance the profession of dental laboratory technology through education.
Like most non-profit organizations, they are constantly looking for out-of-the-box ways to raise money to ensure the continued success of the organization and their goals. Last year, FDLT held their first ever Race for the Future event in which volunteers agreed to participate in the ITU Triathlon in Chicago, IL to help raise money for the Foundation. Continue reading “Raise Money and Get Healthy All at the Same Time”
By Bennett Napier, CAE
One of our association management company’s clients, is a 501 c3 organization, the Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology.
The group’s mission is to (http://www.dentallabfoundation.org/) advance the profession of dental laboratory technology by developing educational curriculum and programs that will be relevant and accessible to dental technicians and other members of the dental team. Continue reading “Fundraising; Friendship/Fun and Fear”
By: Jillian Heddaeus, CMP
The First Question…
“How do you have time for everything?” I get this question all the time. The simple answer is, “I get up really early, 4:30 a.m.” Yes, I choose to get up that early. Most of my days consist of 2 jobs and 2 workouts. I work fulltime at Partners and part-time as a Gymnastics Coach at the Trousdell Gymnastics Center). Why two workouts? Well… triathlon is a 3 discipline sport, if I did 3 workouts a day it would cut into my free time.
The Second Question: “What free time?”
Yes, I do have free time. I choose to workout as much as I do and I choose to coach in the evenings — because I enjoy it. I know what I choose to do with my “free time” differs from most; but I believe my day isn’t much different than many of my co-workers with children, pets, a desire to start an exercise routine, etc. Continue reading “3 Tips: How to Balance it All”