The Professional Association for Repatterning Practitioners
Members who serve on the board make a lasting energetic contribution to the RPA, to its capacity to serve and empower members, and through them their clients and the world.
Bring your enthusiasm, your wisdom, your gifts and talents. Add to the legacy of a strong vibrant RPA that supports the work of every practitioner as leaders in energetic transformation.
The sustainability of our organization depends on having new members join the board each year, as some of the existing members rotate off.
Any one of us can be a board member! The life skills you already possess and use every day to run your own business, your household, and yourself are what is needed. While experience in business or committee work can be helpful, willingness to contribute, learn, and work in a team is even more valuable.
You will be supported by the retiring board members, while you settle into your new role.
If you are interested in contributing, please nominate yourself, or talk to one of us to find out more.
Scroll down for more information about the roles that are open in 2023, and click the link to nominate yourself or a fellow Repatterning practitioner. Together we are so much more!
With love and gratitude,
Your RPA Board of Directors,
Rose Gallagher, Fiona MacKenzie, Rosalyn Newsom, Patti Towhill, Victoria Benoit.
Nominations are open to Repatterning Practitioner members in good standing.
For the term beginning February 2023, we have 3 director positions open. These include the Offices of President, Treasurer, and Secretary, in addition to the roles of Conference Chair and Events Coordinator.
You may nominate yourself or another member for any of these.
Voting will be in keeping with our By-laws.
The President leads the RPA Board and holds the Vision for the RPA, making sure decisions are aligned with it. (Officer) *Please note that the President is elected by the RPA Board as already mentioned.
The Treasurer works with admin staff to propose the annual budget, monitor income and expenses and report to the board. A quarterly financial statement is prepared for the board. (Officer)
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