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Multiples of America bylaw amendments

Do you or your club want to propose an amendment to the bylaws and/or standing rules of Multiples of America?  If so, please submit all proposed amendments to the Parliamentarian by the December 15, 2018 deadline.  Please send any questions/concerns or draft amendments to:   parliamentarian@multiplesofamerica.org.  Thank you.

Membership Vice President, Terri Gillis

Terri has done it all serving in many leadership roles at the local, state and national levels.  She has enjoyed a demanding professional career alongside her volunteer career with Multiples of America.  Proof positive it can be done and her journey has given her many gifts of cherished friendship along the way.

Name:   Terri Gillis

BOD Position: Membership Vice President

Children’s Ages: Twin Daughters – 44 years old

Club Affiliations: Greater Orlando Mothers of Twins and Triplets (GOMOTT) and Flamingo Mothers of Multiples (Flamingo Moms)

Why did you join? When my girls were 6 months old a neighbor I did not know saw my stroller and insisted I attend a mothers of twins meeting with her.   From that night on, it was all about the friendships and connections that became a major part of my social life.

What made you stay?  The friendships and connections I made.  My closest circle of friends today are from those early days.  I also immediately volunteered which kept me active.  By the time the twins were in school I had become a State volunteer which kept me active in my local club so I could be a state volunteer.  And later as I moved on to National as a volunteer, the local club continued to be the conduit for my volunteer efforts to continue.

Why do you serve?  I am a leader versus a follower and volunteering allowed me to naturally grow in that area.  I found that my work skills offered value to my club work at all levels; and, that my work at the State and National level actually allowed me to deepen leadership skills that transferred back to my job.  I love being a mentor to others and having mature twins and a deep knowledge of my local club has allowed me to guide others in both parenting and club related matters.

 Professional Career:  I recently retired after 47 years with SunTrust Banks, a major banking corporation.  I was the corporate incentive/sale administrator responsible for implementation and ongoing administration of compensation plans for over 15,000 employees.  Title:  Senior Vice President/STI Incentive Administration Manager.  Background in banking also included managing Consumer Training, Starting the first Telephone Banking Unit, and Sales Management which included event planning, sales training, and quality service training for Consumer Banking.

Something Non-Multiple Related:  I am the Gramma to Emma 3 and Landry 6.  What Joy!

Marge Ainsworth 1921-2017

Benefits

When you become part of the Multiples of America family, either by joining a local club or joining as an affiliate member, you receive several benefits, including a subscription to Notebook, our Apex Award winning magazine, published quarterly. We would like to share an article by Diana Knollman, District Reporter for Notebook, talking about how members of clubs support each other.. in this web only exclusive To read more great articles from Multiples of America, contact our Executive Office at info@multiplesofamerica.org to find a local club near you. Please enjoy!

Best Ways to Attract New Members

When you become part of the Multiples of America family, either by joining a local club or joining as an affiliate member, you receive several benefits, including Notebook, our Apex Award winning magazine, published quarterly. We would like to share a preview of an article that will be in our Winter 2017 issue that talks about the benefits of being a member of a local club, written by Carole Wirsyzla, one of our talented Feature Writers. Please enjoy!

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