The Chapters Coordinator provides a crucial link between HLAA’s headquarters and chapters. They foster growth among current chapters and help start new chapters. The Coordinator forges strong ties with leaders and shows them how the HLAA national organization supports and benefits their organizations.
The Coordinator is a volunteer and HLAA member. HLAA headquarters staff appoints them after getting input from HLAA Chapters in their area. Critical components for coordinators’ effective performance include easy computer access and Internet savvy, strong communication skills, HLAA membership, previous or current leadership of an HLAA State organization or Chapter, the ability to forge strong alliances, and the willingness and availability to travel.
HLAA is recruiting coordinators. We have a more detailed description of the scope of work of a coordinator than appears here. Please contact HLAA if you are interested in serving in this capacity.