The AAAAI is pleased to announce the continuation of the Annual Meeting Ambassador Service for the 2014 Annual Meeting in San Diego.
Now in its fourth year, our goal is to continue to connect every interested first time attendee with a seasoned professional to help the newcomer navigate sessions, discover new resources and create networking opportunities.
Unfortunately all matches have been made; but there is still a way to help. Give us your helpful hints on navigating the AAAAI Annual Meeting; points on using the Final Program; things you shouldn’t miss, etc. Email Kate Rudolph at email@example.com with your suggestions. These tips will be provided to all interested first time attendees, and will be especially helpful for those we are unable to match with an Ambassador.
Ambassadors: Keep in Mind for Next Year
Being an Ambassador is a short-term commitment and requires very little time, yet can make a big difference in the Annual Meeting experience for the first time attendee.
Annual Meeting Ambassadors will benefit by expanding their professional contacts while investing in the future of the organization, and will also receive recognition throughout the Annual Meeting.
AAAAI Annual Meeting Ambassadors:
o Are official members in good standing of the AAAAI
o Have attended at least two AAAAI Annual Meetings in the past five years
o Are willing to connect with the first-timer via email or phone prior to the meeting
o Plan to attend the 2014 Annual Meeting and are available to provide onsite guidance
AAAAI Annual Meeting Ambassadors Receive:
o An Ambassador ribbon to wear during the Annual Meeting
o Acknowledgment during Annual Meeting sessions
o Recognition in AAAAI Impact
First Time Meeting Attendees
Attending the AAAAI Annual Meeting for the first time can be an overwhelming venture. Stop in at the Member Resource Center if you have questions. You can also keep an eye out for those attendees with an Ambassador ribbon; they will be able to help answer your questions as well.