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ADC Annual Member Meeting (ZOOM) | Board & Officer Elections | Guest Presenter & PRIZES!

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ADC Annual Member Meeting (ZOOM) | Board & Officer Elections | Guest Presenter & PRIZES!

December 20, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm MST

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ADC Annual Member Meeting (ZOOM) | Board & Officer Elections | Guest Presenter & PRIZES!

ZOOM meeting hosted by Jennifer Tersigni, Principal and Lead Consultant at Raise the Bar Consulting 

Below is the tentative agenda. We are asking all who want to attend to RSVP and answer a few questions so we know more about YOU. You need not be a member to attend the ‘member’ portion of the meeting, but you do need to be a member ‘in good standing’ (dues paid) to VOTE! Here’s the LINK to RSVP: https://forms.gle/UqVvhwVv9nztoa3D9
PRELIMINARY AGENDA
3-3:30 ADC Board of Directors Meeting
  • Welcome, Financial Report, Membership Status
  • Announcement of Slate of Nominees for Director | Officer
3:30-4:15 pm  ADC All Member Meeting
  • Brief Introduction of Board Members, Officers & Nominees
  • Elections (online ZOOM poll) – only members in good standing may vote (dues paid)
  • ADC Bylaws Revision – 1st Draft contains the board’s suggested changes. Members will be invited to participate in the revision process (at another time).
  • AZ Dance Professionals Contact List | Introduction of New Project: Economic Impact of Dance Arts in Arizona
4:15-4:45 Guest Presenter – James Sewell, Artistic Director, James Sewell Ballet (Minneapolis) 

Jimmy will lead his trademarked COORDI-BALLET class. No ballet experience needed as this class is for everyone! He’ll share more about his inspiration for creating it during his session. JOIN US! MOVE! DANCE!

What is Coordi™? It’s a movement study based on multiple kinetic patterns happening at once. Physical brain teasers combined with ballet for unexpected pathways and alignments that challenge both your mind and body!

More about Jimmy: A Minneapolis native, Mr. Sewell moved to New York and studied at the School of American Ballet with David Howard, and began performing with ABT II. He was a lead dancer with Feld Ballets/NY for six years and has performed as a guest artist with the New York City Ballet, Zvi Gottheiner and Dancers, and Denishawn. He has choreographed more than 100 ballets for companies in the United States and around the world, and collaborated with countless other artists across disciplines.

Mr. Sewell received a Bush Foundation Artist Fellowship (2002), a Choo-San Goh Award for Choreography from the Choo-San Goh & H. Robert Magee Foundation (2006), and a McKnight Artist Fellowship for Choreography (2007). He is a past trustee of Dance/USA and a past director of the American Composer’s Forum.

4:45 pm Closing Remarks and Drawings for Prizes: AZ Dance Professionals Contact List respondents & ADC Meeting Attendees.

Numerous prizes (see below) with lots of opportunities to WIN!

RSVP by December 16, 2020

You will receive a ZOOM link to the meeting on December 17 with a folder of documents to review in advance of the meeting. NOTE: To get the ZOOM LINK you MUST complete the RSVP Form. Reply to eVite invitation is not enough. The RSVP Form is our ‘sign-in’ form. We need to know more about YOU! Click on the RSVP links in this post.

FREE EVENT. The member meeting is open to all interested individuals with a direct connection to dance arts in Arizona.

A little bit about our host:

Jennifer Tersigni is the principal and lead consultant at Raise the Bar Consulting, specializing in comprehensive fundraising, organizational development, interim executive, and transitional leadership solutions. The proud holder of an unanticipated 20-year fundraising career, Jennifer’s experience as a chief development officer, executive director and entrepreneur has helped her to raise more than $85 million for more than 80 clients she has served. Jennifer enjoys collaborating with leaders to transform organizations, develop new initiatives, build sustainable funding, and make a meaningful impact in the world. Jennifer’s introduction to fundraising began in the Office of the Social Secretary at The White House, where she planned and implemented political and social events for the President and First Lady of the United States.

Jennifer has assisted organizations at all phases of their life cycles, assisting Boards of Directors to reignite their passion to serve their mission and the people who rely on them. A recipient of Tucson’s 40 Under 40 and a Rotary International GSE alumnus, Jennifer is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), a Lifecycle Capacity Consultant from Susan Kenny Stevens’ Nonprofit  Lifecycle Institute, and a graduate of The Third Sector Interim Executives Academy. A graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and the University of Arizona, Jennifer has lived and traveled in more than forty countries, brings cross-cultural experience to her work, and always looks forward to life’s next great adventure. 

Collectively, the Raise the Bar Consulting team holds more than 100 years of experience helping nonprofit organizations to grow and flourish, and has experience serving performing arts, visual arts and music organizations (one of our team members was a dance major in college!).

DRAWING PRIZES FOR THE MEETING PARTICIPANTS (as of 12/6/2020). More will be added as they materialize.

HF COORS, Dinnerware made in the USA (Tucson)

 

 

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