Board of Directors Nominees – Sponsorship

YPT Atlanta logo Skyline whitePosition Description: The Vice Chair for Sponsorship shall be responsible for developing and implementing sponsorship strategies throughout the chapter’s region and work with YPT International on developing and implementing comprehensive sponsorship strategies.

Candidate: Could be you, contact us if interested! yptatlanta@gmail.com

Positions sought:  Vice Chair for Sponsorship

Candidate statement:

Candidates for 2016-2017 YPT Atlanta Board of Directors:
Chair –  Jeshua Pringle, City of Atlanta – Office of Transportation
Deputy Chair – David Ederer, Georgia Institute of Technology
Secretary/Vice Chair for Administration
Treasurer/Vice Chair for Finance – Matt Pettit – Citilabs
Vice Chair for Membership
Vice Chair for Programs
Vice Chair for Sponsorship
Vice Chair for Communications and Outreach Erin McGehee, Georgia Commute Options
Director-at-Large (Five Positions) – Patrick Gregory McAtee, Project Manager, Neel-Schaffer; Craig Scott

 

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