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From the Leadership
- President’s Message - November 2018
As the leaves take on their fall colors, it’s time for PORAC members to gather round at our 66th Annual Conference of Members set for November 15 – 18. It’s called a conference of members for a reason. The conference, like PORAC, exists for you. This is your prime time to let PORAC leadership know what you think about where the organization is headed and how it’s been conducting business. We are only as strong as you want us to be.
- Vice President’s Message - November 2018
By the time you read this, the midterm elections are upon us. The past few months have been especially chaotic in politics, with unprecedented change, uncertainty and anger. Americans witnessed a contentious and intense Senate confirmation hearing of a Supreme Court justice that exposed a schism between political parties and genders unlike anything this generation has ever seen before. It’s indicative of a disturbing and uncomfortable shift away from how we expect things to proceed.
- Treasurer’s Message - November 2018
As mentioned in a past article, PORAC fared well during an audit of our prior year’s financials. However, in a management letter, the auditor noted a few areas of concern, including segregation of duties and oversight of chapter funds. PORAC controller Kim Busman refers to the management letter as a report card of her ability to properly manage PORAC’s finances. The size of our organization makes it cost prohibitive for us to segregate duties because we would need a much larger accounting department.