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Ann Hale to Serve as AFP Chair for 2017

October 26, 2016

Ann Hale

AFP membership has approved the proposed slate of board of directors for 2017, and Ann Hale, CFRE, has been selected to serve as chair.

In September, all AFP members had the opportunity to vote on a proposed slate of directors. Approximately 6 percent of members, or almost 2,000, participated in the voting process. Of those who voted, 96 percent supported the slate, 1 percent voted no, and 3 percent abstained.d of directors for2017, and Ann Hale, CFRE, has been selected to serve as chair.

The officers for the year are then elected by the full AFP board.

Hale will serve as chair through 2018. She is the chief development officer for the Anchorage Museum in Anchorage, Alaska. 

“I am very honored to have the opportunity to serve as chair of the AFP board in the coming years,” said Hale. “AFP has been so valuable and indispensable to me throughout my career – both at the local chapter and international levels.  Serving as chair allows me to be able to give something back to an organization that has given me so much.” Continue reading >>


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