The 25th AMED Annual General Meeting will be held
on Thursday 24th September 2020 via Zoom from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm (UK Time) *
followed by two short interactive 'Show-and-Tell' sessions and discussion on diversity of our membership
Please join us for AMED’s AGM, where you’ll be able to help us to review our ‘AMED2020’ co-inquiry over the past year and prepare for what lies ahead. In the months leading up to December 2020, AMED is continuing to engage in a number of activities and media to determine whether and/or how it is to be in 2021 and beyond. We hope you will feel able and willing to contribute to these conversations. The AGM and our ‘Show and Tell’ sessions afterwards are open to non-members (though only full AMED Members can cast their vote), so please feel free to invite guests, who will be most welcome.
Please reply to the AMED Office firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 22nd September 2020.
If you plan to attend, Linda Williams will then send you the link to the Zoom meeting. Please make use of your proxy vote if you can’t attend, and send it to Linda by 18th September to ensure a quorum for this meeting.
Please consider becoming a Council Member or Supporter
Council Members are people who make things happen for AMED, working together using conference calls, e-mail, Zoom and occasional face-to-face meetings. There is always more to be done to enhance and influence the effectiveness of our unique community of innovative thinkers and practitioners.
If you would like to help us make things happen in the coming year, please contact our office email@example.com, or any Council Member, to discuss what you might like to do.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday 24th September for another stimulating AMED event.
Bob MacKenzie, Company Secretary
* This will be followed from 1.00 – 1.25 pm by two short, innovative 10-minute interactive ‘Show-and-Tell’ sessions. Then, from 1.25 - 2.00 pm, Bella Mehta of the Association of Facilitators will facilitate a discussion exploring the issue of how we might increase the diversity of our membership, particularly with people of colour.
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