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NOA E-News February '09

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NOA E-News February '09
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Hi MemberName,
Happy Belated New Year!  We hope this message finds you in great health and spirits. In the first month of 2009, we inaugurated our first African American president, and on the same day said goodbye to Dubya (high five! Another one!).  Times are changing.  As for NOA, the faces of our Steering Committee have changed.  Check out the article below, and the rest of NOA's February '09 E-News. 


1. NOA Steering Committee Meeting
2. Benefits by Choice
3. Another Book for Organizers
4. Jobs of the Month
5. Thank You's


NOA Steering Committee Meeting
The Steering Committee of NOA met in Baltimore, Maryland in January. Among its actions was to elect the officers for 2009-2010, honor long time and retiring board members, and welcome a new board member.  The Steering Committee elected Adrian Barboa to be the Chair.....


Benefits by Choice
Community organizers and the groups where they work are struggling to provide or maintain benefits. NOA has been looking for benefits that could help address these concerns. Though we are not able to provide members with a health insurance program or other insurance options, we wanted to share more information about someone who can.  Benefits by Choice, a commercial service based in Virginia, is offering a web portal for NOA members where you can look for insurance options for individuals and where groups can discuss group plans.

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Book for Organizers
Working Across Generations: Defining the Future of Nonprofit Leadership, written by Building Movement Project authors Frances Kunreuther, Helen Kim and Robby Rodriguez, offers a comprehensive approach to looking at leadership and generational shifts in the nonprofit sector. 

 
Jobs of the Month
Community Labor United (Boston, MA) works to protect and promote the interests of working class communities in Greater Boston by uniting organizations and communities around a common vision and plan of action. They are searching for a Senior Organizer.

SEIU Healthcare 775NW, a fast-growing union committed to uniting the strength of long term care workers and improving the lives of working people in the state of Washington, is searching for an Organizer for King County, Organizer in Central/SE Washington, and a Collective Bargaining & Employer Relations Specialist.

The mission of the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health is to ensure the fundamental human right to reproductive health for Latinas, their families, and their communities through public education, policy advocacy and community mobilization.  They are searching for a National Field Organizer in New York, New York

Find many more jobs at NOA's Organizers for America site


Thank You's
Thanks to the many who joined and renewed their membership since December, see below. Also, special thanks to the many AFL-CIO employees across the country who have designated NOA through their United Way giving!  

Join us in becoming a NOA member or Renew your NOA membership today.


Michael Brown
Joe Curnow
Larry Dansinger
Walter Davis
Tess Ewing
Fred Feinstein
Claudia Gomez

Diane Greenfeld
Claire Haas
Melanie Hardison
Mary Kay Harris
Steve Hutton
Tammy Johnson
David Kandel

Dan Koehler
Doug Nopar
Marcus Presley
Brad Rayson
Robby Rodriguez
Fred Rose
Monte Sahlin
Danielle Zora

 

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