Meet the amazing Youth elected to serve as AjPHA national directors in 2018. These dedicated individuals represent AjPHA’s 14 zones and every member residing within them. Their office will begin on April 1.
Serving as a director is a fun but serious task. Their responsibilities include directing association business, voting on by-law changes and providing valuable input about ways to grow AjPHA and attract new Youth to the program. National directors meet annually at the AjPHA National Convention, which takes place in conjunction with the 2018 AjPHA World Championship Show in Fort Worth, Texas. This year, the National Convention is June 30 at 1 p.m. in the Brown-Lupton Meeting Room.
Congratulations to the following AjPHA National Directors:
Alexa Grace Hattan
Madison Lea Wollaston
Mannetta L McAvaddy
Don’t see your state, province or country represented and want to get involved? Email Director of Youth Activities Christine Henry Gillett at email@example.com.
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