ANNUAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
Our purpose is to provide our local HR & Business community with a meaningful networking and professional development experience.
We do this by striving to accomplish the following goals:
It takes a village to make the conference happen! For AHRMA Members that choose to serve, it will likely be your best learning experience ever. Major components of the conference are listed below. Typically, each component is lead by one Chair with several others who assist them prior to and during the conference. Some members opt to do what they do best, others prefer to do something outside of their comfort zone. Either way, if there is an area of interest to you, we will make room in whatever capacity you choose!
|• Facilities||• Silent Auction|
|• Networking||• Administrative|
|• Sponsors||• Exhibitors|
|• Volunteers||• Communications|
We meet on the second Thursday of each month. Here’s a link to the AHRMA Calendar where you can register to attend our first meeting. Date, time, location are included. If you have any questions or would like to speak to us about conference committee opportunities, please email email@example.com.
CALLING ALL EDUCATORS!
We're looking for educators that are passionate about advancing leadership of the HR function. If you are interested in presenting to HR professionals about developing HR strategy, contributing to organizational strategy, influencing people management practices or monitoring risk, we want to hear form you!
Check back to submit your proposal for Fall 2021
Speaker selections are no longer being accepted due to our conference being postponed.
NEW for 2021 Breakout Sessions:
Meet our Vice Presidents of the AHRMA Conference Committee!
Please note: We do not accept submissions for keynote speakers. Rather, the committee and the Board work within various networks year-round to identify potential keynotes based on member feedback as well as trending topics and themes in Human Resources. Considerations such as web presence, social media engagement, marketability, references, and depth of organizational leadership expertise are driving factors.