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2014 AANR Voter’s Guide–Club Trustee: Group 6 and 7

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Name: Theresa “T” Price

Club: Arizona Wildflowers

 

 

AANR/regional/club offices held:

  •  AANR Club Trustee (2006-2012)
  • AANR-NW Internal Admin chair (2012-current)
  • AANR Brand Management committee member (2006-2008)
  • AANR Principles & Standards ad hoc committee chair (2007-2008)
  • AANR Virtual Meeting Technologies ad hoc committee chair (2007-2008)
  • AANR Education Foundation Board secretary/director (2008-2012)
  •  Arizona Wildflowers, charter member (1980-current)
  • TNS member (2012-current)

Background/experience/education includes:

  • Condominium Association Board president (7 yrs)
  • Sales/Marketing in healthcare, pharmaceutical and industrial manufacturing industries (20 yrs)
  • Experience with web conferencing technologies, customer relationship management (CRM) systems
  • BS Biology, Adams State College
  • BS Criminal Justice Administration, University of Phoenix

Candidate’s Statement:

I’ve been a nudist since 1965, and became an official AANR member when I turned 18. I have experienced nudism as a child, adolescent, young adult, and, now, a mature adult, giving me a distinctive viewpoint to contribute to AANR. I am passionate about my rights, and the rights of others, to enjoy social, family-style nude recreation in appropriate settings. I am also passionate about open, honest collaboration and look forward to serving AANR members again.

Please support me by casting a vote for Theresa “T” Price.

 

 

 

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2 Responses to 2014 AANR Voter’s Guide–Club Trustee: Group 6 and 7

  1. Audrey Weber says:

    You have served on the board for a number of years where there has been a decline in membership. What would you bring to another term that is new and different that would increase membership? The vision of AANR has been hard to define and many people don’t see the value in an AANR membership, how would you describe the value in an AANR membership to someone that you were trying to recruit?

    • Theresa "T" Price says:

      Audrey, you and I served on the board together and tackled many projects during that time. My collaborative, enthusiastic attitude, my passion for nudism, and my scientific sales background have benefited and will continue to benefit AANR, regardless of the issue at hand. It will take the combined skills and willingness of the entire board to move AANR in whatever direction we, as a team, decide is necessary.

      More to your point, I do not believe that any one person has had or will have the solution to AANR’s declining membership. Instead, I strongly believe that what I bring to the table is the “how” we might arrive at a proposed new solution. I am analytical so any proposal must a) be the result of identifying the cause of the problem first, b) be planned and implemented with measurable outcomes along the way to increased membership or decreased cost, and c) be handled in the respectful spirit we have had in the past.

      Returning to our roots of cooperation while leading AANR in to the future is not impossible….it is merely a choice!

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