Letter from the President
Dear TAPM Members,
I’m very excited about the progress TAPM has made this year, and the ongoing opportunities we have for the rest of the spring! I’ll highlight a few of those efforts here, and encourage you to read through the newsletter to learn more about the wonderful work of TAPM’s board and members.
If you haven’t already signed up for the Annual Seminar on April 14, 2023, I encourage you to do so now. The theme this year is “Mediating Alternatives to Violence.” Many thanks to Kim Best, who has lined up a full day of fantastic set of speakers to help us navigate the seemingly increasing violence in our backyards and the world around us. To register, click here.
Don’t forget, our Grayfred Gray Award will be presented by Grayfred Gray to Lynn Barton during the Zoom lunch at the Annual Seminar on April 14th!
You spoke, we listened! The TAPM Board has approved a new website. We’d love your input on what you would like to see. And, if you have experience in web development or can recommend a web development company, please let us know.
Please join me in welcoming our first sponsored student members, from Lipscomb. This is an exciting opportunity for the students and for TAPM. We’re so pleased Lipscomb recognized the value of TAPM membership.
Last, but certainly not least, we will have our Annual Meeting in May. At that time, we will hold elections for the Board. If you’re interested in serving on the TAPM board, I encourage you to submit your name or others for board membership soon. If you have questions or want to discuss this further, please reach out.
As always, Jackie