MA AMTA 52st Annual Meeting

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Here is the presentation that was shared with our MA Chapter AMTA members on Sunday May 6, 2012 at our 52nd Annual Meeting. The meeting was held at the Boston Newton Marriott and was attended by close to 275 people. Please visit www.massamta.org to learn more about massage therapy and the MA Chapter AMTA.

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MA AMTA 52st Annual Meeting

  1. 1. Mass Chapter AMTA52nd Annual Meeting May 6, 2012
  2. 2. Welcome and Call to Order www.massamta.org
  3. 3. • Introduction of the Board• New Business• Approval of Agenda (on your tables) www.massamta.org
  4. 4. Skype Call with MTF Board www.massamta.org
  5. 5. Awards Massachusetts 2012 AwardsDistinguished Service: Massage Therapy Foundation www.massamta.org
  6. 6. President’s Address www.massamta.org
  7. 7. Vote• Chapter Fee www.massamta.org
  8. 8. Treasurer’s Report2011-2012 Actual Members $87,414 Admin $80,054 MTF $10,300 www.massamta.org
  9. 9. Get out your glasses! Revenue Approved Actual Approved Proposed 2011-2012 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 Interest Income 200 89 200 10 Merchandise Income 500 122 500 250 National AMTA 150,000 161,121 150,000 175,000 NERC 2011 N/A N/A N/A NA NERC 5,000 3,302 2,500 4,000 Newsletter 2,000 1,410 2,000 2,000 Workshop Income 10,000 14,460 10,000 20,000 Other Income 5,000 615 5,000 1,000 Total Revenue 172,700 181,119 170,200 202,260 Expense Annual Meeting 20,000 16,377 20,000 20,000 Awards 1,500 385 1,500 1,000 Chapter Meetings 2,500 2,781 2,500 3,000 BOD Expense 10,000 11,159 10,000 12,500 E-Commerce 2,000 934 2,000 1,000 Education 30,000 17,728 30,000 20,000 Virtual Office Equipment 5,000 1,572 5,000 3,000 Gifts 700 614 700 1,000 Insurance - 907 - 1,000 Law & Leg 25,000 25,001 25,000 25,000 Legal Network 10,000 12,350 10,000 10,000 Marketing 12,000 2,371 12,000 11,000 Massage Foundation 10,000 10,300 10,000 10,500 Membership/storage 3,000 1,782 3,000 2,000 Mileage 8,000 7,862 8,000 9,000 National Board Meeting 6,000 4,464 3,000 3,000 National Convention 32,000 28,977 35,000 32,000 NMTAW 5,000 1,295 5,000 2,000 NERC 2011 N/A - N/A - NERC 5,000 10,832 5,000 12,000 Newsletter 15,000 4,976 15,000 2,500 Postage 2,000 1,415 2,000 2,000 Research Grant 500 - 500 - Post Office Box 250 250 250 250 Student Scholarship - - - 1,000 Strategic Planning Meeting 5,000 6,127 5,000 7,000 Supplies 2,000 400 2,000 2,000 Telephone 500 388 500 - Website 5,000 6,521 5,000 7,500 Misc Expense 1,000 1,000 1,010 Total Expense 218,950 177,768 218,950 202,260 www.massamta.org Profit/Loss (46,250) 3,051 (46,250) $0
  10. 10. Investments Cash $1,389 Equities/Options $2,260 Mutual Funds $86,004 Unit Invest Trust $37,260 www.massamta.org
  11. 11. Vote• 2013-2014 Budget www.massamta.org
  12. 12. Committee Reports www.massamta.org
  13. 13. EducationSept 9th at the Hotel Northhampton, in Northhampton, we will be having a socialmedia master class on how to grow your own business without wasting your time. Thisclass will be taught by Randall Craig, a successful entrepreneur, who has presented atthe 2010 AMTA National Convention.Dec 1st-2nd it is back to Cape Cod again to celebrate the body!   This weekend wewill focus on Anatomy and SOAP Notes. Rick Horton, anatomist extraordinaire, will bereviewing Anatomy at the Cape Codder Inn in Hyannis.   Diana Thompson, formerPresident of the MTF, and the SoapSage herself, will be presenting on Sunday, Dec2nd.  Diana is the author of Hands Heal; Communication, and Documentation andInsurance Billing for Manual Therapists.  If there are any modalities you would like to learn, or want more information on,please contact our Education Co-Chairs,  Debbie Baker and Dawn Slack education@massamta.org Remember,  the MA Chapter offers its members education for $50 a day- a true bargain in todays world. www.massamta.org
  14. 14. NERCThursday,)March)14)–)Sunday,)March)17,)2013) One$Heart$…$Many$Hands$ Hosted$by$RI$AMTA$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ The$Ocean$State$$AMTA’s$30th$Anniversary$…$Be$a$part$of$the$ Celebration!$ Experience)and)participate)in)an)award.winning))))))))))))))))))))))) New)England)Educational)Experience…) • Early&Bird&Registration& • Student&Registration&Pricing& • Earn&CE’s,&including&Ethics& • Nationally&Recognized&Presenters& • Volunteer&Opportunities& • Network&with&other&New&England&Therapists& • Exhibit&Hall,&Raffles,&State&sponsored&Receptions& & &&Held&at&the&Sheraton&Tara,&Framingham,&MA&$ www.massamta.org
  15. 15. Membership10 Benefits you get from being Mass Chapter Member:1. We are easily accessible!2. The Chapter has 4 onsite massage chairs that you can borrow for free. 3. We are invested in supporting the Massage Therapy Foundation4. High quality affordable education for $50 a day5. We have regular Chapter meetings www.massamta.org
  16. 16. Membership10 Benefits you get from being Mass Chapter Member:6. The Chapter retains an attorney, for our members’ benefit7. You can receive Group Health Care through our negotiated partner8. There is a number of volunteer opportunities that you can do on a local, state,and even national level.9. Participate in the AMTA’s New England Regional Conference (NERC)TheChapter10. Board takes an active role in the laws and legislature in Massachusetts www.massamta.org
  17. 17. NMTAW Over twenty members provided massage of Legislative Day   Massage Therapy Awareness Week The Massachusetts’ theme for 2012 is Caring for the Caregivers (Hospital workers, firefighters, police, school teachers...)                 Get thinking, plan action, let us know what you will be doing!The information for applying for a stipend will be forthcoming on the web site and in the newsletter. www.massamta.org
  18. 18. e-Newsletter newsletter@massamta.org www.massamta.org
  19. 19. Website-Social Media • Other Events of Interest •Volunteer Opportunities www.massamta.org
  20. 20. Nominations and Elections Elections for Board Officers All Running unopposed All Certified through Commission on Candidacy:• President – Mary White (2 year term)• 2nd Vice President – Lisa Parenteau (2 year term)• Secretary – Patricia Jaworski (2 year term) www.massamta.org
  21. 21. House of Delegates1. Approves AMTA position statements as perpolicy;2. Makes recommendations to the NationalBoard of Directors, as per policy, regarding: • a. AMTA bylaws; • b. AMTA’s mission and goals; • c. Matters internal to the HOD; • d. Business of the Association in general www.massamta.org
  22. 22. House of Delegates-National• A delegate attends all meetings as directed by their chapter, and reports to the members and the Chapter Board of Directors (BOD), at those meetings.• A delegate maintains a working knowledge of materials provided prior to the HOD meeting at National Convention.• A delegate is responsible to ensure their chapter is processing recommendations according to policy. A delegate is responsible for submitting position statements submitted by a member according to policy.• A delegate attends and participates in the HOD preliminary meeting and HOD business meeting and casts informed votes.• It is recommended that a delegate get involved at the chapter level and attend chapter meetings. This will provide the delegate with the opportunity to understand AMTA’s policies and procedures, observe parliamentary procedures and become comfortable in making motions or speaking on behalf of their chapter. www.massamta.org
  23. 23. House of Delegates-MA• People elected to serve as delegate must serve on a committee during their entire term of service as a delegate in addition to their other duties.• Other duties will include having one or more representatives attend each chapter meeting to communicate the recommendations to the membership,• Each delegate must attend at least one of the chapter meetings, and the delegate team must communicate with the members via newsletter, eblast, website or social media.• Every delegate is responsible to write a summary of their House of Delegates experience to be submitted to the Board for possible publication in the newsletter. www.massamta.org
  24. 24. Nominations and Elections DelegatesMass Chapter has five (5) DelegatesThis year we will elect two (2) totalAll other candidates fill the roles of alternates in order based on most votesreceived www.massamta.org
  25. 25. Delegates-Choose 2 • Gail Dobinski • Kathryn Peck • Kelly Dalbec www.massamta.org
  26. 26. SpeakersChapter Attorney Scott Dunlap Lobbyist Mark Molloy www.massamta.org
  27. 27. Delegates Elected: • Kelly Dalbec • Kate Peck • 1st Alternate~ Gail Dobinski www.massamta.org
  28. 28. Installation of new Officers and Delegates www.massamta.org
  29. 29. Awards Massachusetts 2012 AwardsOutstanding Volunteer : Gail Dobinski www.massamta.org
  30. 30. Awards Massachusetts 2012 AwardsHumanitarian Award: Ed Connor www.massamta.org
  31. 31. Awards Massachusetts 2012 AwardsChapter Meritorious: Kelly Dalbec www.massamta.org
  32. 32. Awards Massachusetts 2012 AwardsOutgoing Board Member: Richard Wedegartner~ IPP                Jennie Pelletier~ Secretary www.massamta.org
  33. 33. Awards Massachusetts 2012 AwardsPresident’s Award: Roxann Wedegartner www.massamta.org
  34. 34. 1% Solution Current Committee Opportunities:Mass Chapter is challenging ★Membershipits members to reach a goal of ★Education ★Websiterecruiting more than 1% its ★Newslettermembership as new volunteers ★Awards ★Law and Legislativein 2012. ★NMTAW Future:Will You Be Part of the 1% ★Community Service ★SportsSolution? www.massamta.org
  35. 35. Adjourn See you next year!SAVE THE DATE! May 5, 2013 www.massamta.org

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