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Transitioning from chapter networking to a regional model

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The need for more equal and inclusive networking opportunities for all our members drove our decision to transition to a regional governance model. When recruiting regional council leaders, we looked for a mix of people, backgrounds and diversity to ensure all members would see themselves represented.

Our biggest goal was to foster genuine connection among our membership base no matter where people lived or worked, which is why all members have the ability to start local networking groups and join as many regions as they want. These local gatherings can be as simple as lunch and make networking more accessible.

– Marci McNeal, Regional Engagement Manager, NAFA Fleet Management Association

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