Columbia Association is scheduled to hold a virtual town hall on January 21st at 7:00pm. Here is information via their Zoom registration page:
Overview of CA programs/facilities, a review of the impact of COVID-19 on the organization, review of the latest budget
We invite you to join a Virtual Town Hall event focused on answering your questions about all things CA. This is an opportunity for residents, members and anyone interested in participating to get involved to hear directly from CA leadership.
This town hall will take place Thursday, January 21, at 7pm on Zoom. It will also be streamed live on CA Live Stream YouTube channel and recorded for future viewing.
The event will include an overview of CA programs and facilities, a review of the impact of COVID-19 on the organization, a brief look at the latest budget considerations and statements by President/CEO Milton W. Matthews and Board of Directors chair Andy Stack.
CA’s senior leadership team will answer questions from the public. That includes:
Dan Burns, Director of Sports and Fitness
Sheri Fanaroff, Chief Legal Counsel
Susan Krabbe, Chief Financial Officer
Dennis Mattey, Director of Open Space and Facility Services
Monica McMellon-Ajayi, Director of Human Resources
Michelle Miller, Director of Community Services
Tim Pinel, Chief Marketing Officer
Kristin Russell, Director of Community Planning and Community Affairs
Jackie Tuma, Director of Internal Audit
In an effort to respect everyone’s time and to ensure questions are answered to the best of our ability, we ask that questions be submitted by Sunday, January 17. You can do that through the Zoom webinar registration form (in the Questions/Comments section) or on the Google Form if you think of a question after you register. Google Form Link: https://forms.gle/5ZCUSD5dDH9hSdmy8
If your question is not addressed during the town hall, our team will make every effort to get you a response following the event.
Thank you for participating, and we look forward to hearing from you!
Time: Jan 21, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
I will be interested to see what questions they address during this session. If you have questions be sure to submit them before the deadline of January 17th.