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Golf group connects D.C. women

golfduoBergren (left) and Halvorson

April 13, 2018
By Lori Sharn

Two U.S. Senate staffers—one Democrat and one Republican—started a golf group in 1999 as a way to connect women, introduce more to the game and have fun. Today the Women’s Congressional Golf Association attracts about 150 dues-paying members each year, including many association executives.

Should retreat be in your vocabulary?

Experts and executives say off-site board meetings can be mission-critical for associations large and small and provide tips on how to maximize time invested. “More and more associations are moving to the use of retreats as a way of providing for even more meaningful engagement for board members and other members without costing them too much time unrelated to the effort,” said facilitator Glenn Tecker, of Tecker International Consulting.


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