Call for Proposals: 2014 Convention Programming

The Convention Programming Committee wants your best ideas for speakers, topics and workshops for the 2014 Convention in Washington, D.C.

You may notice this year’s call for proposals looks a bit different from years past. We want to make it easier for our members to submit their best ideas without having to commit to organizing a session.

We want to create programming that gives you an answer to the biggest questions you’re weighing in your career and job. We want to select speakers that represent the best and brightest as well as the rising stars from our membership. Nominate yourself, your colleagues, your mentors, your mentees, even folks you’ve never met before but are interested in hearing speak.

And, if you and a few colleagues are committed to a topic, feel free to pitch a full session. We want those too.

Questions? Check out our FAQ page. If we haven’t answered your question there, feel free to contact the Programming Committee.

The call for proposals form will close on November 15, 2013 with no exceptions. If your proposal is not submitted through this form, it will not be considered.