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Conference Committee

Committee Members

 
Chairperson
DAMIAN NORIEGA

Area A
TINA COUTEE

Area E
BER LOR

Area I
ELSA ESTRADA

Area K
LISA HOFFMAN

Coordinator
KARIN BUCKNER


Purpose Statement

Our Annual Conference is the biggest event of the year and it takes some special people to make it happen. The Conference Committee is comprised of dedicated and energetic members who guide and oversee the production this massive event. Committee members are involved in every step of planning and executing this event, and maintain a cheerful disposition all the while. At Conference, they spend long hours helping delegates, providing information and making sure everything goes according to plan. Their bright yellow shirts make them easy to find in case members have questions or need assistance.

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