How we can hijack the media, in four easy lessons
Love it, hate it, good story, bad story... the media are going to keep reporting on ME/CFS no matter what. But isn’t it time that we saw that coverage as an opportunity?
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Discussion in 'Action Alerts and Advocacy' started by jspotila, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. jspotila

    jspotila Senior Member

    FWIW, I don't recall saying this to you Justin. I went through this entire thread and couldn't find where I said it, either.

    When I became an Association Board member in 2006, the Board already had the structure of electing new Board members. That structure remained in place until the end of my term in 2011, and I assume it is still the case now. This had nothing to do with tax advantages. As far as I can tell, the boards of other ME/CFS organizations also elect new directors, rather than having a membership structure that includes broader elections.

    The Association had a membership structure for many years, but the membership never elected the Board. And my recollection was that the Association dropped the membership structure because the move to emphasize online communications meant that one of the main membership benefits (the Chronicle) was becoming obsolete.
    Sing, justinreilly and SOC like this.

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