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Bold. Strong. Together! Annual Meeting 2016

“Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.”- Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

Here’s our Agenda, Annual Meeting 2016!

We invite you to join us for the exciting 2016 APH Annual Meeting of Ex Officio Trustees, October 6–8, Hyatt Regency, downtown Louisville. The theme for this year’s meeting, “Bold. Strong. Together!” illustrates APH’s commitment to bold leadership through strong partnerships and collaborations. Come to Louisville to build and strengthen the bonds for our shared goal to provide outstanding products and services, and maybe even boldly go where no one has gone before!

Highlights of the meeting will include:

There Is Still Time to Register!

Although online registration for Annual Meeting 2016 is now closed, you may still register by contacting APH Field Services Director Janie Blome, email hidden; JavaScript is required, or 1-502-899-2367. Don’t miss all of the great content of this 148th APH Annual Meeting, register today!

Hotel Rooms Now Only Available at Neighboring Seelbach Hotel

We regret to report that the Hyatt Regency Downtown Louisville is completely sold out for APH Annual Meeting.

There are a limited number of rooms available at the historic Seelbach Hilton Hotel, located one block from the Hyatt Regency. Rooms are available until Friday, September 16.

You may reserve a room at the conference rate of $169 per night by calling the Seelbach directly at 502-585- 9273. Please use Group Code APHB to receive the special rate

Keynote Speaker Is Out of this World!

Denna Lambert, Annual Meeting 2016 Keynote Speaker
Denna Lambert, Annual Meeting 2016 Keynote Speaker

The Thursday night opening session will be a story of success as our keynote speaker, Denna Lambert, shares her personal journey of boldness, strength, and the power of working together to reach goals. Lambert, a lifelong user of APH products, holds degrees from the University of Arkansas and the George Washington University, where she earned a Masters of Public Administration. She is a Program Manager with NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, where she coordinates the Center’s efforts in developing and launching the Information and Collaboration Center (GIC2). The center’s mission is to facilitate collaboration between the country’s largest collection of earth and space research scientists. Lambert’s subject matter expertise includes disability law, special education policy, STEM recruitment, and program compliance with federal laws, and she spearheaded many of GSFC’s Diversity and Inclusion initiatives.

We look forward to seeing you in Louisville!