Have you voted in the NABE Election?
The NABE Election for At-large Director began on Monday, April 17. By now you should have received a message from “National Assn. of Bar Executives” (emailed on April 17) that contains your personal user name and password and a link to the voting page. If you did not receive your message with your voter information, please check your spam filter. If the message is not in your spam filter, please contact Nora Warens via email at email@example.com to receive your voter information and link to the voting site. The individuals running for At-large Director are Elizabeth Derrico, Associate Executive Director, New York State Bar Association, and Marc R. Staenberg, Chief Executive Officer, Beverly Hills Bar Association. To read more about the candidates, please visit http://www.nabenet.org/?ElectionsCont. Voting continues through May 1 at 11:59 p.m. eastern. Do your part!
Have you registered for the NABE April webinar yet?
Do you know how your eyes close during a presentation, as your mind drifts toward the days when you thought learning could be fun? Yeah, us too. We hear more and more about how people are visual thinkers, but PowerPoint largely remains a land where text is king. Tim Eigo will share some ways to depose that monarch and help engage your audience at the upcoming NABE Webinar: My PowerPoint Can Do That? Tim Eigo on the Art of Presenting, on April 26, 12 pm Central/1 pm Eastern. Click here to register now and for more details.
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