1010 – Making It a Smooth Transition: Public Accessibility for Transgender Populations, Part II

Diversity and inclusion with public facilities and recreational opportunities for all populations have become societal issues and trends, and the transgender population is no exception. Managers must be knowledgeable and proficient in the legal implications of diverse people for employment and public

421 – The Power of a Senior Center Members’ Council: From Marketing to Membership!

In this presentation we will be looking at the importance of your senior center’s members’ council and their role in in supporting center activities and the recruitment and retainment of new members. Learning Outcomes: – Identify potential members as candidates for council.

614 – Creating New Revenue Streams, Wider User Groups and Boosting Downtime For Your Aquatic Center

Recreational, athletic, and leisure facilities constantly look for ways to stay relevant, attract new user groups, and develop new revenue streams. Whether a facility is privately owned, public, or a public/private partnership, operators must constantly innovate and reinvent themselves to combat downtime,

118 – Are You Allowed to Do That? What Local Government Leadership Must Know About Ethics Requirements

This session will provide elected officials, officers, and employees with critical information on the Gift Ban Act, prohibited political activities, conflicts of interest, official misconduct, and executive session confidentiality. Learning Outcomes: – Understand the ethical requirements of the Gift Ban Act and