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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association
    Descriptive info: .. Georgia Economic Developers Association.. About GEDA.. Mission - Vision - History.. Code of Ethics.. Past Chairs.. Awards & Recognition.. Board & Staff Directory.. Contact Us.. Membership.. About Membership.. Membership Directory.. Purchase Directory.. Renew Your Membership.. Edit Your Profile.. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).. Scholarships!.. Certifications.. Photo Gallery.. Discussion Forum.. Economic Development Acronyms.. Events.. Next GEDA Event.. Calendar of Events.. Suggest a Speaker.. Submit a Non-GEDA Event.. Sponsor a GEDA Event.. News.. Current Newsletter.. Archived Issues.. GDEcD News.. Committees.. Join a Committee/SIG.. What is a SIG?.. Business Recruitment.. Bus.. Retention & Expansion.. Development Authority Execs.. Marketing & Communications.. Membership Services.. Professional Development.. Public Policy.. Special Service Awards.. Sponsorship.. Young Professionals.. Education SIG.. Entrepreneurship SIG.. Infrastructure SIG.. Natural Resources SIG.. Non-Traditional E.. D.. SIG.. Rural Development SIG.. Job Center.. Career Center Introduction..  ...   resource for finding economic development practitioners.. Learn more.. Member Portal.. Make sure your information is up-to-date.. Include a photograph, social media contact information - don t miss that important call!.. GEDA Twitter Feed.. Join Us @GeorgiaEcDev.. Library of Documents.. ALL of our documents, including presentations from conferences, can be found here.. (Password protected.. ).. Member Spotlight.. Congratulations to Connie Smith on her new job with Georgia Northwestern Technical College!.. Easy access to a page listing all future events.. Quick Links.. Calendar.. FAQ.. Find Us.. 75 5th Street NW.. Atlanta, GA 30308.. Google Map.. PO Box 1776.. Atlanta, GA 30301-1776.. Phone: 404.. 962.. 4110.. Fax: 404.. 4132.. Email:.. info@geda.. org.. Get Social.. Facebook.. Become our friend!.. LinkedIn.. Get connected!.. Twitter.. Follow us on Twitter!.. Copyright 2012 GEDA.. All rights reserved.. Privacy Policy..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association
    Descriptive info: The Georgia Economic Developers Association is a non-profit association of professionals and volunteers who are involved with the economic development of the cities and counties of Georgia.. GEDA was organized to increase the effectiveness of individuals involved in the practice of economic development in Georgia by encouraging cooperation, exchange of information, and upgrading of professional skills.. GEDA strives to achieve a closer working relationship among professionals and volunteers engaged in economic development in Georgia..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association: Mission-Vision-History
    Descriptive info: Mission/ Vision/ History.. Past Presidents.. Awards Recognition.. Board-Staff Directory.. Mission.. Our mission is to provide and promote networking and professional development opportunities and to shape economic development public policy.. Vision.. GEDA is the leading professional association dedicated to enhancing Georgia's economic vitality.. History (Selected Highlights).. Organization Growth:.. 1950 s: Post-WWII industrial growth spawns variety of economic development organizations.. 1959: Small group of Georgia industrial developers (10-15) begins lunch meetings.. 1960-62: Group communications supported by Industrial Manager at Georgia Chamber of Commerce.. 1963: Group adopted organizational documents and the name Georgia Industrial Developers Association ; membership included 19 state and regional organizations.. 1974: Membership had grown from less than 20 to 275 individual members.. 1975: GIDA incorporated with 283 members.. 1977: Membership reaches 340 individuals.. 1980: GIDA sponsors first spring workshop at Tifton as membership reaches 504.. 1986: Association experiences a 20% growth in revenues.. 1988: 25th Anniversary celebrated by 901 GIDA members; time capsule containing GIDA s historical records sealed deposited at Georgia State University Archives.. 1989: GIDA employs part-time administrative staff, and office operations relocate from the Business Council of Georgia to the Ga.. Dept.. of Industry Trade.. 1993: Name changed to Georgia Economic Developers Association to reflect comprehensive character of economic development.. 1995-96: GEDA refines its Mission Statement and develops a strategic plan; statewide membership reaches 1,000 for the first time.. 1997: First full-time Executive Director employed.. GIDA / GEDA public policy program initiatives:.. 1960 s:.. - GIDA leads initiative to establish sales use tax exemption on industrial machinery.. - Creation of the Georgia Department of Commerce with an independent Board of Commissioners (now Georgia Department of Industry, Trade Tourism).. - Promoted General Assembly adoption of the Development Authorities law creating authority for activation of local development authorities in each county.. 1970 s:.. - GIDA Ga.. of Education develop technical training  ...   supported Seed Capital Fund constitutional amendment.. - Successful innovations in primary secondary schools described in a GIDA publication.. - Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education launched at GIDA Board of Directors meeting.. 1990 s.. - GIDA becomes GEDA, the Georgia Economic Developers Association.. - GEDA established the annual TERRIFIC Education Awards , recognizing and disseminating information about successful educational programs at the K-12, technical adult, and university levels; a growing understanding of the essential link between education and economic development leads to the HOPE scholarship program and other educational investments with Georgia Lottery proceeds.. - BEST (Business Expansion Support Act) passed in 1994, and was improved with subsequent amendments, all with GEDA support.. - ICAPP (Intellectual Capital Partnership Program) emerged as an effective workforce development resource and complement to QuickStart.. - GEDA supported Ga.. World Congress Center expansion, Enterprise Zones, Workers Compensation and Unemployment Insurance reform, and local government services delivery strategy legislation.. - GEDA becomes first statewide organization to support Governor s regional development initiative, including ITT DCA regional staff.. - GEDA supports enhanced jobs tax credits for companies increasing trade through Georgia ports, and more flexible procedures for tax increment financing.. - GEDA's Public Policy Initiative highlighted by GEDA sponsorship of the first gubernatorial candidate debate of 1998.. - The GEDA Zell Miller Public Policy Leadership Award is established in recognition for Governor Miller's positive leadership for economic development.. - GEDA initiates the Excellence in Exporting Award to recognize exemplary business success in international trade.. - GEDA supports creations of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority and the Governor's Education Study Commission.. 2000's.. - GEDA provides support for the initiatives of the Georgia Rural Development Council.. - GEDA supports legislation to create the OneGeorgia program, and to provide enhanced incentives for economic development through new BEST tax credits and expanded sales tax exemptions..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association: Code of Ethics
    Descriptive info: GEDA members will at all times strive to:.. Adhere to a standard of professional conduct that reflects our commitment to excellence, advances the interests of the citizenry we serve, and enhances the reputation of economic development professionals.. Make agreements and commitments in a fair, honest, and straightforward manner, acting in good faith to avoid actual and apparent conflicts of interest, and refusing to accept inducements designed to improperly influence our decisions or the decisions of those we serve.. Respect the ownership and confidentiality of information received during the course of our duties, realizing that proprietary information may be  ...   Accept individual responsibility to advance GEDA and the economic development profession by improving our skills and supporting efforts to improve the skills of others involved in economic development.. Cooperate in exchanging information and ideas reflecting the best practices, procedures, trends, and policies related to economic development, and in supporting the mission, programs, and bylaws of the GEDA.. Act in good faith to assure that specific economic development projects, practices, and procedures will be carried out with due consideration for human and natural resources, with results that will be economically and environmentally sustainable for the entire state of Georgia..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association: Past Presidents
    Descriptive info: Bob White, CEcD 2011.. Pat Topping, CEcD 2010.. Chris Clark, CEcD 2009.. Todd Greene, CEcD 2008.. Peggy Jolley, CEcD 2007.. Jim Finch 2006.. Al Hodge 2005.. Rick Duke, CEcD, EDFP 2004.. Dennis Chastain 2003.. Willie M.. Paulk 2002.. David M.. Luckie, CEcD, EDFP 2001.. Timothy L.. Martin, CEcD, EDFP 2000.. Annie Hunt Burriss, CEcD 1999.. Martha Schoonmaker, CEcD 1998.. Randal Morris 1997.. Nancy Nolan, CEcD 1996.. Jones Hooks, CEcD 1995.. David C.. Garrett, III 1994.. James H.. Topple 1993.. H.. Wayne Hodges 1992.. M.. Kevin Shea 1991.. Charlie  ...   McDuffie 1986.. Ron Robinson 1985.. George Rogers 1984.. L.. Thomas Murphy, Jr.. 1983.. James F.. West, Jr.. 1982.. James D.. Hall, Jr.. 1981.. James A.. Steed, CEcD 1980.. Michael H.. Lott 1979.. Robert H.. Evans 1978.. John W.. Talley, Jr.. 1977.. Glenn Cornell, CEcD 1976.. Michael Easterly 1975.. William O.. Burke 1973-1974.. Col.. Harold A.. Dye 1973.. Allen D.. Stephenson 1972.. Morgan 1971.. Hearn Lumpkin 1970.. Harold Diffenderfer 1969.. W.. N.. Galphin, Jr.. 1968.. Ross W.. Hammond 1967.. Nutter 1967.. F.. Adrian Norton 1965-1966.. E.. A.. Yates, Jr.. 1964-1965..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association: Awards & Recognition
    Descriptive info: GEDA recognizes members, volunteers and other leaders for excellence in the field of economic development with five awards.. Rip Wiley Award for Professional Excellence.. Volunteer of the Year Award.. Zell Miller Public Policy Leadership Award.. Honorary Life Member.. Deal of the Year.. The Rip Wiley Award for Professional Excellence recognizes a GEDA member with at least 10 years of economic development experience for professionalism, honor, integrity, leadership, hard work, and contributions to the profession.. Current officers, directors, and committee chairs are not eligible for this award.. Potential recipients are nominated by previous recipients, or by current officers, directors, and chairs.. The selection of no more than one Rip Wiley Award recipient annually is made by the current Officers.. From the files of GEDA.. Rip Wiley worked for the Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism as Director of the Industry Division when he passed in October 1978.. Rip's primary objective was to locate industry in the rural communities of Georgia.. He also strived to help local communities initiate development efforts in their particular community which would enable the recruitment and retention of industry.. He worked long and hard to ensure that his projects were not being let go.. An example of his commitment was once while in intensive care, he ordered his briefcase be brought to him so that he could work.. He genuinely stood for the people of Georgia, politics and egos aside.. In striving to serve Georgia, he represented the state as a shining example of honor, leadership, integrity, dedication, professionalism and hard work  ...   to Georgia for many years prior to becoming Governor, GEDA believes that Governor Zell Miller has been a model for the kind of public policy leadership that Georgia needs for its future.. The economic success that Georgia has enjoyed these past several years can be traced to the policies and programs Governor Miller has championed as Georgia's chief economic developer.. GEDA has established an award for leadership in economic development policy.. With Governor Miller's consent, GEDA has named that award The Governor Zell Miller Public Policy Leadership Award, which will be presented during the GEDA Annual Conference awards banquet in September.. It is the intent of GEDA that this award will serve to encourage many Georgians to exert strong leadership in economic development public policy.. To assure the highest possible qualifications and most exemplary recipients, the GEDA Board of Directors may elect not to present this very special award every year.. Recipients must have clearly demonstrated by their work an enduring commitment, dedication, and leadership in advocating and implementing public policies that are essential for sustained quality economic development in Georgia.. Recipients.. The Honorary Life Member Award recognizes individuals for long, exceptional and/or exemplary career and service to GEDA, or for extraordinary efforts directly related to the purposes of GEDA.. The Deal of the Year Awards recognize outstanding achievement in the location or expansion of new businesses in the state of Georgia that meet community economic development goals and involve significant community program support, such as financial or permitting assistance, workforce development, state financial support, etc..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association
    Descriptive info: Officers.. Board of Directors.. Staff.. The GEDA Nominating Committee meets annually in the summer to select a slate of Officers and Directors for the coming year.. The Nominating Committe consists of the five current Officers, the President from two years ago (Past Past President) and three at-large members appointed by the current President.. Officers generally start as Secretary-Treasurer and then progress through the positions over a five-year period.. To submit names for the Nominating Committee to consider for the Officers and Board of Directors,.. fill out this form and email to the GEDA Offices.. Chair.. Misti Martin, CEcD.. Misti Martin is a native of Georgia and has been in the Chamber and Economic Development field since 1991.. In February 2004, she was named as the Executive Director of the Development Authority of Cherokee County, now known as the Cherokee Office of Economic Development.. In the 1990 s, Martin worked for the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce Development Authority and the Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia.. She served as President CEO of the Newton County Chamber of Commerce in Covington, Georgia from 1998-2004 before returning to her hometown of Canton.. Ms.. Martin received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management from the University of Georgia and earned her MBA from Troy State University.. She is also a graduate of University of Oklahoma s Economic Development Institute (EDI) as well as the Institute for Organization Management at the University of Georgia.. Misti has held numerous positions on state boards for Chamber and Economic Development organizations.. She is currently serving as Chairman of the Board of the Georgia Economic Developers Association.. Misti is married to Jud Martin, and they have three sons.. First Vice Chair.. JoAnne Lewis.. JoAnne Lewis is President of the Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce and Executive Director of the Douglas-Coffee County Industrial Authority.. She has more than 20 years of economic development experience with local and state government; serving a Main Street Director, Director of Tourism, and Community Service Director for the City of Douglas.. She later serving as state-wide Tourism Product Development Manager for Georgia Department of Economic development prior to joining the Douglas-Coffee County Chamber and Economic Development Authority.. She has served in leadership roles in many regional and state organizations.. She received Georgia s Al Burress Lifetime achievement for the State of Georgia and the NREDA Leadership Award in 2007.. Second Vice Chair.. Angie Gheesling.. Angie is the Executive Director for the Houston County Development Authority.. She served as the Executive Director for the Development Authority of the City of Milledgeville and Baldwin County from 2005 until 2012.. She previously served as the Assistant Director of the Regional Economic Development Program for the Georgia Department of Economic Development.. The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) is the state s lead agency for promoting job and investment growth.. For 23 years, she also managed her family s restaurant on Lake Sinclair, Choby s Landing.. Serving in both volunteer and professional  ...   a new retail development initiative for Gainesville-Hall County, Georgia with the support of business leaders, real-estate professionals and elected officials.. Prior to his current position, Tim worked with the Georgia Department of Economic Development for 11 years, and was involved in site location, project management, marketing, export assistance and business development in domestic and international markets.. He has earned the designation of Certified Economic Developer from the International Economic Development Council.. Board Activities, Professional and Civic Associations:.. Georgia Economic Developers Association, 2008-2012 Board of Directors.. GEDA Development Authority Executives Committee 2007 Chair.. Japan America Society, 2001-2010 Board of Directors.. South Hall Rotary Club, 2009-11 Board of Directors, Treasurer.. International Economic Development Council.. International Council of Shopping Centers.. German-American Chamber of Commerce.. Swiss American Chamber of Commerce.. Korea U.. S.. Southeast Chamber of Commerce 1995 2002 Board of Directors.. Tim is a native of Northeast Georgia and a graduate of OglethorpeUniversity with degrees in Economics and Political Studies.. He earned an MBA from the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia, and is a graduate of Leadership Hall.. Tim and his wife, Killian, live North of Lake Lanier in Hall County, Georgia.. Immediate Past Chair.. Bob White, CEcD.. Bob White is celebrating his 25th year in economic development, and his 15th year as executive director of the Henry County Development Authority.. Bob joined the Development Authority in 1995, following 15 years with the Atlanta Gas Light Company where he served as Assistant Director of Economic Development.. During his 15-plus years with the Development Authority, Bob has been directly involved in the recruitment or expansion of more than 60 industries including such names as Toys R Us, Sunglass Hut International, Amazon.. com, the Sports Authority, Georgia Power Company, SunTrust Service Corporation, Home Depot and Whirlpool, just to name a few.. These companies represent substantially more than 7,000 direct new jobs and direct capital investment of more than $1 billion.. Bob has been a member of GEDA since 1986 and, prior to becoming an officer, he served two terms on the GEDA Board of Directors and he had also previously served as a chairman of several GEDA committees.. He is actively involved in local, state and national economic development and professional organizations including the International Economic Development Council, the International Council of Shopping Centers and the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors.. He was a contributor to the Georgia Development Authority Handbook which was produced by UGA s Fanning Institute, and has served as an instructor in UGA s Development Authority Board Member Training Program and as a mentor/coach at UGA s inaugural Development Authority Executives Leadership Management Institute.. Bob has been a Certified Economic Developer since 1995 and he is a graduate of both the Economic Development Institute at the University of Oklahoma and the Basic Economic Development Course at Georgia Tech.. Bob is a Journalism graduate of the University of Georgia.. He is married to the former Laura Bray and has one son, Drew, who is also a UGA graduate..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association
    Descriptive info: Mailing Address:.. GEDA.. Street/Delivery Address:.. 75 5th Street.. Suite 1200..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association
    Descriptive info: Learn about.. Membership Types.. View the Membership.. Directory.. (Members Only).. Purchase.. the Directory or Mailing Labels.. Renew.. Your Membership.. Edit.. Your Profile.. Frequently Asked.. Questions.. (FAQ).. - Information on the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) and Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) designations.. Photo.. Gallery.. Discussion.. Forum..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association: About Membership
    Descriptive info: JOIN GEDA TODAY.. Annual Membership Dues.. Regular $300.. Student $25.. Retired $150.. Persons who meet the following criteria are eligible for membership in the Georgia Economic Developers Association:.. Any.. resident of Georgia who is employed by an organization involved in the economic development of Georgia, 50 percent of whose time is devoted to the responsibility of developing and handling of prospects for new or expanding industries and/or the implementation of improvements in their area of the State, or who provide a service directly supporting such activities, or who direct the efforts of others who are engaged in such activities.. Any person who has an interest in the economic development of the State of Georgia or any subdivision thereof and who sincerely desires to further the purposes of the Association.. Honorary Life Members are granted by the Board of Directors for long and exceptional or extraordinary service to the Georgia Economic Developers Association.. Membership Categories.. Local Chamber.. Development Authority.. Chamber/Dev.. Authority.. Local/Regional Government.. Manufacturer.. Utility/Railroad.. Professional Services.. Other.. STUDENT.. MEMBERSHIP IN GEDA.. The Student Membership is designed for FULL-TIME college and graduate students.. Part-time students are only  ...   dues payment, send us your check for the $25 student membership dues.. Student participation in GEDA committees is encouraged.. RETIRED.. Former regular members of GEDA may continue and renew their GEDA membership as retired members.. Not be employed, compensated for active employment (including compensated consultation services or self-employment), or seeking employment, and.. These circumstances must be verified by written request submitted to the GEDA Board of Directors (.. email.. to the GEDA office is sufficient for this purpose.. Retired membership dues in GEDA are 50% of the regular dues amount (in 2009, the amount is $150 for retired member annual dues vs.. $300 regular member annual dues).. Registration fees for GEDA monthly meetings and conferences are the same amounts as for regular GEDA members.. These terms for retired member status were approved by the GEDA Board of Directors in January, 2001.. To join as a retired member, please use the on-line GEDA membership.. application form.. Please indicate on form that the application is for retired member status.. When prompted for the dues payment, please send your check by mail, or submit your credit card payment online..

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  • Title: Georgia Economic Developers Association: Frequently Asked Questions
    Descriptive info: 1.. What is my user name and password?.. 2.. How do I register for a Conference?.. 3.. If I am a non-member, how do I register for events?.. 4.. How do I register for a luncheon?.. 5.. How can I add optional activities for a Conference after I have already registered?.. 6.. Am I eligible to win a scholarship?.. 7.. When are Annual dues to be paid?.. 8.. If I leave my company - what do i do to retain my membership?.. 9.. How do I change my contact information in the membership directory?.. 10.. Where are files and documents that GEDA members may be interested in?.. 11.. How do I access the Job Center? How do I post a job?.. Don't see the question you need to ask?.. Email.. us and let us know what is puzzling you.. GEDA usually sets your user name to be the same as your email address.. Your password is self-created when you first join GEDA.. GEDA is.. UNABLE.. to see any passwords (for security purposes), therefore we cannot tell you what yours is.. We can retrieve user names, but cannot do so with passwords.. We can simply reset your password should you lose it.. GEDA recommends keeping your password in a secure location so that you are able to find it when you need to log into the website.. If you cannot find your password,.. us and we will reset it for you.. Registration for Spring Workshop and Annual Conference is quite simple.. PLEASE NOTE - once you begin the registration process - YOU MUST CONTINUE all the way through the payment screens to complete the registration process.. You CANNOT come back later and attempt to make the payment - the system does not allow for that.. The Event Page for the Workshops and Conferences will contain an orange box on the right side of the screen with many links in it.. These links will include:.. Register for Conference.. (You will click on this to register for the Event.. View Conference Fees.. (This will show you the various prices and fees to attend the Event.. View Breakout Session Listing.. (Listing and description for all Wednesday afternoon breakout sessions.. View Conference Agenda.. (This is a simple listing of all general sessions, receptions, meals, etc at the Event.. Add Optional Activities.. (This is a form that you can fill out if you have already registered and need to go back in and add Optional Activities.. We will usually include a link to the host property to the event here as well.. Other Event-specific links as needed.. Most importantly, LOG IN FIRST!! Once logged in, click on the Register for Conference link; it will take you to the registration page.. Select the appropriate payment button for you (Member, Member with Spouse, etc) and then check which Optional Activity you would like to participate in (if any.. ) Click on Register for Conference.. You will then be taken to a Confirmation page - YOUR REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE YET! Make sure that the selections are correct and then click Yes, this is correct.. If you need to make any changes, this is the time to do so - click on No, I need to change this and you'll be taken back to the Registration page.. Once you click on Yes, this is correct , we have your registration for the event, but there is one final step.. We need your payment! You can either enter credit card  ...   where you will provide us with your basic contact information and this will allow you to register for the Conference.. You WILL need to create a user name and password for continued access to your Conference Registration.. We recommend using your email address as your user name.. From a monthly luncheon page, registration is a very simple process.. Toward the top of the screen, you will see an Orange Bar with several headings in it.. On the far right, you should see, Event Registration.. Click on this and you'll be directed to a Confirmation page.. As in Conference Registration, you will be able to choose to pay by credit card or check, based on your needs.. Once added feature to the registration page si the ability to download the event directly into your Outlook Calendar, if Outlook is your email program.. On the Main Page for the Spring Workshop and Annual Conference, there is a link on the right (in the orange box) that says, Add Optional Activities.. Click on this and there will be a simple form to fill out.. EVERY dues-paying member of GEDA is eligible to receive scholarship money.. Inactive members or those that have allowed their memberships to expire are NOT eligible.. The only exception is the Penn Worden Grant.. This grant is designed for non-members as a way of engaging them in GEDA.. Annual dues are due for ALL members on January 1 of each year.. Dues are not prorated for anyone.. Invoices will be sent in December each year in anticipation of the January 1 due date.. Special note - if you pay your dues starting in September, that payment will carry forward through the end of the following year.. For instance, if someone joins GEDA and pays their dues on September 1, 2009, they will not need to pay dues again until January 2011.. All mermberships are held by the individual.. If you leave your company - the membership goes with you; it does not stay with the company.. Memberships cannot be transferred from one person to another, neither can member benefits be shared by several people.. (i.. e.. We cannot include multiple email addresses for one membership so that extra people are able to see our news and information.. When you log in to the system at.. www.. geda.. , there is a link under the Membership Tab entitled,.. Click on this link and make any necessary changes.. (Don't forget to add a photograph of yourself!).. Each of GEDA's 15 Committees and any Task Forces that may arise from year to year have their own page on our website.. They can be accessed by going to the.. Committees Page.. on our green menu bar.. Hover your mouse pointer over the word Committees and a list of the Committees will fly out.. Click on the Committee most likely to house the document you'd like to see and it will likely be there.. Please keep in mind that almost all documents are for members only.. They will be on a documents page linked from each Committee Page.. For example, if you're looking for an Education-related document, you'd go to the Education Workforce Development Committee page, click on Click here to see related documents and then the document you wich to see.. This page is password-protected for members only.. We also have a.. Past Presentations.. page where we store presentations from past luncheons and Conferences.. Please see the GEDA.. Discussion Forums.. for information on this topic..

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