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NILA 2014

NILA2014

The National Institute for Leadership Advancement for 2014 was held at UC San Diego this year. The future looks very promising with the excellent leaders that attended this conference. The variety of workshops and inspirational stories have given attendees excellent tools and inspiration to lead their chapters in this 2014-2015 fiscal year.

SHPE National has presented additional information regarding a proposed restructuring of our organization. Please look at the YouTube town hall meeting if you missed it.

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