Cindy Licciardone, President
Greetings to Members and Friends of ISNA,
School nutrition is definitely a business of change as we continue to be challenged by new regulations with only more to come. Change and training go hand in hand so be prepared to learn and grow.
ISNA’S mission is to provide education, training and services to benefit all members. The executive board believes that quality training equals quality staff and by offering quality educational programs its members will acquire enhanced knowledge, self-esteem and self worth giving them a better appreciation for their career choice. Last year a professional development task force was created to review current professional development offerings, the future needs for training and the structure of the professional development committee. The professional development committee is looking for resources to develop and deliver meaningful and effective training.
SNAPresident Sandy Ford presentedSNA’s Strategic Framework to help state affiliates develop individual goals. ISNA will work toward developing a model association through
Visit the SNAwebsite at http://www.schoolnutrition.org/ and take advantage of all the resources and programs they have available for members.
Our ISNA website is also full of information for all members. Visit our website often for calendar updates and updates on Child Nutrition Programs. Make a commitment to tell others about ISNA and how the association has helped you grow as an individual and professionally. Be an advocate for ISNA to increase membership and move our association forward to benefit all members.
I look forward to working with all of you as we continue to make a difference in Child Nutrition Programs.
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