Plan and Report for Chapter Rejuvenation Activities, 2004
- 1. Plan-
Contact section chairs with inactive chapters, identify the
chapters and the remedies available to counter the
inactivity. This has been done with the twelve chapters
identified in Region 3 as needing rejuvenation. Also advise
cognizant area/council chairs of the inactivity within their
spheres of influence. Keep region director apprised of
status and progress.
action- Work with section chairs and others to identify
leadership to energize inactive chapters. Use Region 3
Leadership Manual as a resource, along with data from IEEE Regional
Funds currently available through the region should suffice to
complete the task. No travel will be required, unless a
particularly recalcitrant section chair needs a meeting.
- a. Greenville
subsection of the Eastern North Carolina section is recommended
for dissolution. It was formed in 1992 with expectation
of support from entities that were either relocated, bought
out, or scaled back. There has been no activity since it
was formed in 1992. The parent section and Region 3
director concur in this recommendation.
2 in Orlando One (CS23/RA24/SMC28) has new officers reported to
georoster, the second (Computer) has a new acting chair
7 in Atlanta Four have been reactivated, and held meetings this
year. They are CAS/SSC, IM/EMC, PEL, and CPMT. One has a
plan to reactivate by December(EM); one is in process (ED/LEO) and
one is inactive and needs new officers (VT).
PE chapter- Section chair reports that the chapter chair will
have a plan by 1 August.
EM chapter- Chapter chair plans at least two meetings in
Louisville Computer chapter- Section chair has not responded
with status after messages and personal contact.
George F McClure, Region 3 Director-elect
1730 Shiloh Ln
Winter Park FL 32789