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Effective Chapter Meetings Roundtable
Track: Interact in Roundtables
Workshop Block 3 – Saturday, October 26 – 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Room: 12th Street Room (Lobby Level)
Monthly meetings are a key component to the work that PFLAG chapters do and the support they provide to communities nationwide. But how do thriving chapters balance support, education, and advocacy at their meetings in a way that grows membership and balances the needs of new and veteran members? This roundtable discussion will give you a chance to ask questions, share information, and network with others who are working to organize and plan effective chapter meetings. Bring your questions and expertise to the roundtable!
Jamie Curtis, PFLAG National
Jamie Curtis joined PFLAG National in May 2003. She is PFLAG’s Director of Chapter Engagement responsible for working with chapters throughout the United States and overseeing the Chapter Engagement team. Prior to serving as the Director of Chapter Engagement, Jamie served a Field & Policy Manager working with chapters in the eastern region and she began her tenure at PFLAG National as a Field and Policy Associate helping to manage chapter services. Before coming to PFLAG, Jamie gained experience by working with underprivileged youth in Washington, DC. Jamie graduated from American University with a bachelor's degree in international relations. Jamie hails from Auburn, New York.
Jamelle Dooley, PFLAG National
Jamelle joined PFLAG National in September 2018 as the Chapter Services Coordinator. His focus is providing operational support to chapters across the United States, which includes the responsibility of assisting chapters as they navigate the startup and development process; as well as serving as a resource for existing chapters. Jamelle currently holds a Bachelor’s in Family Studies from Central Michigan University, and a Master’s of Sociology from City College of New York. Prior to joining the PFLAG National team, Jamelle served as the Director of Operations for PFLAG Metro DC, where he supported their 18 community groups.