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Introducing the Ambassador Program

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Apr 21, 2015

We are pleased to announce a brand new Guild program designed to strengthen and build relationships between our members and increase opportunities for idea sharing, collaboration, and peer-to-peer learning. Today we launch our Ambassador Program with a call to serve.

Ambassadors are volunteers from within the Guild’s membership who serve as points of contact to Guild members throughout the country and organize networking activities throughout the year. Ambassadors must:
  • Hold a senior level position at a Guild Full member organization;
  • Have a demonstrated history of involvement in the Guild and the field; and
  • Have a strong interest in being a connector among their peers.
We seek Ambassadors from multiple artistic disciplines and organizational types to represent the diversity and scope of our membership.
Interested in becoming an Ambassador or know someone who is a good fit for this role? We encourage you to review our online FAQ and Ambassador Handbook (PDF) before completing our nomination form. The deadline to make a nomination is May 22, 5PM ET. Self-nominations are welcome and encouraged.
Questions? Contact Robyne Walker Murphy, director of membership development and engagement, at 212-268-3337 x22.

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