Presentation on theme: "2014 Annual Meeting April 17 th. Agenda 5pmWelcomeVanSickle-Robbins 5:05Member orientation – What is IWF OregonVanSickle-Robbins 5:30Reception 6pmMove."— Presentation transcript:
2014 Annual Meeting April 17 th
Agenda 5pmWelcomeVanSickle-Robbins 5:05Member orientation – What is IWF OregonVanSickle-Robbins 5:30Reception 6pmMove to Dinner 6:30President’s ReportVanSickle-Robbins 6:40New member introductions 6:55In Memoriam Tribute to Joan AustinLoni Parrish 7:05New Business Board ElectionsMcDonough Articles of Incorporation amendmentWilcox Events/ SalonsCooper-Jaqua/ Wilcox Treasurer’s ReportHennion 7:25Other BusinessAll
2014 New Members Swati Adarkar President The Children's Institute Julia Brim-EdwardsSr. Director, Global Strategy & Nike Inc. Operations; Government & Public Affairs Gale CastilloPresidentHispanic Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Cascade Centers, Inc. Wendy CollieCEO New Seasons Market Stacy Cross JamesPresident and CEO Planned Parenthood - Columbia Willamette Mary CullinanPresident Southern Oregon University Kathleen KeePartnerConfluence Wealth Management Margaret KirkpatrickSenior VP and General CounselNorthwest Natural Anne KubischPresident and CEO The Ford Family Foundation Katherine Melchior RayVice President, Luxury BrandsPark Hyatt & Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Corporation Lori MorganChief Administrative Officer Legacy Emmanuel Medical Center Stephanie Pearl Kimmel Founding Chef/ OwnerMarché Restaurant Maria Pope CFO Portland General Electric Carmen RubioExecutive DirectorLatino Network Lillian ShirleyDirector – Public Health DivisionOregon Health Authority Susan SygallCo-Founder and CEOMobility International USA
President’s Report Annual Survey Results: 36 respondents to date Prefer Thursday or Wednesday events Happy Hour or Dinner Scheduling and event location concerns $25-50 event costs Interest in additional salons on education philosophy, policy and developments Majority would consider serving as new member “buddy” Interest in serving on programs, membership and member engagement committees Primary challenge: providing program opportunities across entire state
In MemoriamIn Memoriam Joan Austin
2014 IWF Oregon Board Slate 2014 IWF Oregon Board Slate Position 4Mary Wilcox (3 year term) Position 5Lyn Hennion (3 year term) Position 6Karla Chambers (3 year term) Position 7Patti Moss (3 year term) Other IWF Oregon Board Members: Sharon VanSickle-Robbins, Sandra McDonough, Kimberly Cooper-Jaqua
Amendment to Articles of IncorporationAmendment to Articles of Incorporation Motion to change Article 4 of the IWF Oregon Articles of Incorporation: Current language Article 4: This corporation is a public benefit corporation. It will have members. New language Article 4: This corporation is a mutual benefit corporation. It will have members.
March 8 - Annual Meeting May 28 - Oregon Historical Society Salon July IWF Oregon Bend/ Sisters Retreat August Ashland Retreat with IWF Northern California September 26 - International Service Salon October IWF World Leadership Conference Vancouver BC November 6 - The Future of Education panel discussion December 11 – Annual Holiday Party – Twist January 26 – Eugene Members visit the U of O Women’s basketball February 4 – For-Profit Board Forum March 6 – Happy Hour - Cerulean Wines 2013/ 2014 Salons & Events2013/ 2014 Salons & Events Oregon Historical SocietySouthern OR Holiday gathering For Profit Board Forum U of O Women’s Basketball game
IWF Oregon Bend/ Sisters Retreat July
May 13 – Nike Salon – The role of Women in Nike Business & the future of women’s sports marketing May – IWF World Cornerstone Conference – Berlin Germany June 17 – Happy Hour – Carmella’s Wines – SE Portland July 10 – Happy Hour – Bazi Bierbrasserie – SE Portland August 8-10 – IWF Northern California Ashland Retreat September 5-7 – IWF Oregon Summer Retreat – Dundee/ Newberg Oregon September 26 – World Pulse event - Portland October – IWF World Leadership Conference – Atlanta, GA November 17 – Vernier Software Salon – Tour of Vernier facility and hands on education about the amazing products Vernier designs and creates December 11 - Holiday Party – Simon Benson House, Portland State University January – Happy Hour – TBD February 27 – Moonstruck Chocolates Salon - tour of the facility and lesson by the head chocolatier on the art of chocolate making March 10 – Happy Hour – TBD April – Annual Meeting - TBD 2014/ 2015 Salons & Events2014/ 2015 Salons & Events
Treasurer’s report Treasurer’s report IWF Oregon Income/Expense Statement January - December, 2013 Income Membership Dues $14, Membership Dues $11, Total Membership Dues (1) $25, Event Income $4, Total Income $30, Expenses IWF Dues (2) $8, Payroll Expenses (3) $8, Total Event Expenses in 2013 (incl. Annual Meeting) $12, Total Expenses (4) $32, Opening Balance $16, Net Income ($ ) Ending Balance $14, (1)Some dues come in at the end of the previous year, some at the beginning of the next. The total of dues for 2014 should be approximately $27,500 (100 members). (2)IWF dues are a base rate of $1,500 plus $80/member (3)Pip’s time was spent approximately 50% on events and 50% on administration and communication with members. (4)This number also includes general office expenses, miscellaneous expenses and IWF-OR pays for the registration and travel expenses for our president to attend the annual IWF conference. (5)Thanks to Karla Chambers for contributing wine for the 2013 Annual Meeting and to Elizabeth Chambers who contributed wine to the Holiday party!
2014 Budget2014 Budget Projected Income 2014 Member dues x 100 members $27, Annual 55 attendees $ Total Income $28, Projected Expenses 2014 IWF Dues$9, Annual meeting $4, Holiday party $1, Payroll $8, IWF Conference – President’s fee $3, Office/ Admin/ Printing$1, Salon/ Event coverage $ Total Expense $27, Net income $ 1,175.00