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Southeast Chapter

SPE Southeast Chapter includes:
Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia

Chair Sam Hughes
Vice Chair/Secretary Ralph Watkins
Treasurer Stephanie Dowda DeMer
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Message from the Chair

Chair: Sam Hughes

Vice Chair: Ralph Watkins

Secretary: Michael Gaines

Treasurer: Stephanie Dowda DeMer

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Are you interested in hosting a Chapter conference or event? Want to learn how to create engaging programming for SPE members and your local community? Need help with logistics?

Join us for a free online training session on Tuesday, June 25th, from 2-3:30PM ET / 1-2:30PM CT with Margaret LeJeune (Vice-Chair), Abbey Hepner (Affiliated Chapter Chair), Toni Roberts (Interim Executive Director) and Jason Reblando (Development Committee Chair). 

We'll cover:
⚫️ Constructing a successful event timeline
⚫️ Building connections with local institutions
⚫️ Developing a budget and securing funding
⚫️ Best practices for event promotion
⚫️ Plus, there will be a Q&A session!

Learn more and register at the link in our bio. 

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Are you interested in hosting a Chapter conference or event? Want to learn how to create engaging programming for SPE members and your local community? Need help with logistics? Join us for a free online training session on Tuesday, June 25th, from 2-3:30PM ET / 1-2:30PM CT with Margaret LeJeune (Vice-Chair),...

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