Professional Organization Development

A little over a year ago, POCA was just a glint in the eye of a few people.  Now, just a year later, POCA is a professional organization in the eyes of AAAOM and NCCAOM, and as Spike pointed out AAAOM cancelled their conference for lack of participation while POCA's conference sold out a couple of months early.

Yeah, I think that's all I wanted to say.  Thank you to the people who thought up this beautiful, worthy organization; and thank you to the people who keep building it every day;  and to those legions who will be joining in the next couple of months – sincere thanks.

MMDobson
Author: MMDobson

POCA Membership Coordinator and retired punk from Summerville Community Acupuncture, now living in St Petersburg, FL I have 4 Miniature Pinschers, a John Deere tractor, and a big family that lives throughout the South. Life is good.

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  1. Yea professional orginization development! Things are getting more and more interesting around here all the time. Next big step: [url=”/forums/viewthread/4752/”] Co-ordinated membership drive[/url]…