Monday, July 18, 2011
TMA'S HEALTH REFORM SCHOOL AND HARD HATS FOR LITTLE HEADS WIN AWARDS
Our peers around the country have found merit in two of TMA’s excellent programs. Our Health Reform School project, which helped to educate thousands of Texas physicians on the impact of the Affordable Care Act, won a Profiles of Excellence Award from the American Association of Medical Society Executives. The award recognizes how “medical societies are making waves among their membership, in their community, and the country with their unique and creative efforts.” Congratulations to TMA Media and Public Relations Director Pam Udall, who coordinated the project. The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) is giving a Power of A Gold Award to our Hard Hats for Little Heads program in the Power to Enrich Lives category. The Power of A Gold Award is “ASAE’s second highest level of recognition for association programs that exemplify how the association industry and professionals are essential to a stronger America and world.” Congratulations to TMA’s Tammy Wishard, our Hard Hats program manager.
Posted by Steve Levine at 11:55 AM