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Stakeholder Survey Available Until 5PM EST Today

May 16, 2018 10:06 AM

AMTA Stakeholder Survey Of Executive Director Attributes Is Available Until 5-16-18 At 5pm EST

While many music therapists and students have already completed the “AMTA Stakeholder Survey of Executive Director Attributes” there is still time for anyone who has not yet done so. This survey is an opportunity to share your hopes for the organization and the Executive Director transition as Dr. Andrea Farbman is retiring. The responses are completely confidential and go directly to Raffa the search firm hired by the AMTA Board to assist in the search process. All professionals and students, regardless of AMTA membership status, are encouraged to participate as we would like input from as many individuals as possible. You can follow the process of the AMTA Executive Director Search through the regular updates posted on the AMTA website  and in the May Music Therapy Matters. 

On behalf of the entire Stakeholder Committee, thank you in advance for taking time to respond and participate in this survey.

AMTA Stakeholder Committee Members:

Amy Furman (Chair), Wendy Woolsey (Vice President Elect), Natalie Generally (Council Coordinator) Piper Laird (Assembly Delegate), Jean Nemeth (New England Region), Joke Bradt (Mid-Atlantic Region), Cathy McKinney (Southeastern Region), Meganne Masko (Great Lakes Region), Blythe LaGasse (Midwestern Region), Robin Edwards (Southwestern Region), Sara Cannon (Western Region), Annette Whitehead-Pleaux (AMTA member representing diversity/multiculturalism), Rachel Quirbach (Undergraduate Student), Garrett Weeks (Graduate Student), and Penny Brill (Community representative/musician)

If you have already taken this survey, please disregard this message:

Please complete the survey by Wednesday, May 16th (5:00 pm EST)

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