2018 NBSN Annual Conference: February 22-25, 2018
San Diego, California
Theme: "Wake Up Everybody! Reviving Our Heritage!"
I hope all have saved the date to attend the 2018 NBSN Annual Conference in San Diego, California. We have gone all out to make this year's conference an event that embraces history, continues to strive to address the needs of our Black staff and gives a wonderful experience.
Are you interested in being a presenter? Do you have a workshop or presentation that will provide for Professional growth or Personal Enrichment? If so, please complete the attached "Request for Presenters Form" and return to Justin Arnold or Ken Johnson. Workshops are a great opportunity to share your expertise and meet fellow NBSN members. If you have any questions regarding the requested topics, please contact Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ken email@example.com. They request that all presenter forms be submitted no later than October 13, 2017.
As you plan for your attendance Registration Fees for the 2018 NBSN Conference will be: Associate/Retired $165.00, Professional $185.00 for registration forms received by December 15, 2017. Registration Fees will be: Associate/Retired $175.00, Professional $195.00 for registration forms received by January 12, 2018. Registration Form is attached with this email. We look forward in receiving your registration.
We will have activities beginning as early as Thursday evening, February 22nd and continuing until late morning/early afternoon on Sunday, February 25th. If you want to come early or stay after the conference is over, we have those dates available as well. So, what are you waiting for? Reserve your room today!
Our conference hotel will be the Best Western PLUS Island Palms Hotel and Marina 2051 Shelter Island Dr. San Diego, CA 92106 619-222-0561
Reservations Phone Number: (800) 922-2336 and/or (619) 222-0561 Group Name: National Black Staff Network Room rates will be: Guest Room $135.00 per night plus tax. Marina View $145.00 per night plus tax Jr. Suite $155.00 per night plus tax
Room rates are available three (3) days prior to the conference, the conference schedule and three (3) days after the close of the conference.
Included is the video of the hotel here Click here to take a virtual tour of the Island Palms Hotel & Marina
2018-NBSN Conference Registration Form
STAND UP! ROUND UP AND BE HEARD!
2017 NBSN Annual Conference: February 24-26, 2017
San Antonio, Texas
I hope all have saved the date in order to attend the 2017 NBSN Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Since the close of the 2016 Conference, we've been busy brainstorming ideas, activities and workshops in order to continue making your experience at NBSN Conferences an unforgettable one. We have gone all out to make this year's conference an event that embraces history, continues to strive to address the needs of our Black staff and gives a wonderful experience.
Are you interested in being a presenter? If so, please complete the attached "Request for Presenters Form" and return to Brian Todd. Workshops are a great opportunity to share your expertise and meet fellow NBSN members. If you have any questions you may contact Brian at btodd@CTA.org or René Rambo-Rodgers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As you plan for your attendance. Registration Fees for the 2017 NBSN Conference: Associate/Retired $125.00, Professional $175.00 for registration forms received by January 27, 2017. Registration Form is attached with this email. We look forward in receiving your registration and if you have any additional questions please feel free to call Charlyn Shepherd 314-584-1306.
Our conference hotel will be the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel San Antonio Downtown 502 W. Cesar E. Chavez San Antonio, Texas 78207. Phone number: 210-388-0312 Group Name: NBSN Annual Conference; Group Code:NBS. Room rate will be $118.00 per night plus tax. Room rates are available from February 22 - 26, 2017. Are you a member of Hilton Honors? Got Hilton Honors Points? Utilize your points at our conference hotel in order to attend this year's conference. Contact Kim Chaney at 210-388-0312
We will have activities beginning as early as Thursday evening, February 23rd and continuing until late morning/early afternoon on Sunday, February 26th. If you want to stay over until Monday, we'll help you plan an eventful, history infused day. So, what are you waiting for? Register today! Be the first from your state to do so!
Special Announcement!! If you have registered and paid your membership dues your name will be placed in a raffle for the prize of a FREE one night hotel stay at the 2017 NBSN Conference.
See you in February!
2017 Sam Etheridge Award (non-NBSN member) Nominating Form
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NBSN Conference 2016 Highlights
February 26, 2016
· 2 At Large Director Seats
The successful candidates were:
Dawn Basurto, Re-elected President
Charlyn Shepard, Secretary
Wanda Turner, Director At Large
Joe Washington, Re-elected Director At Large
I would like to welcome our new members and thank Marsha for her service to the NBSN Board. In addition, there was a recommendation from your National Conference Committee to elect Brian Todd, Marsha Meekins Cheatham and Trudi Brown-Clark to the National Conference Committee which was approved by the body. Thank you for your vote of confidence in re-electing me as your President.
We are in the process of forming our committees for upcoming year, if you are interested, I have attached the descriptions of the committees as well as the Volunteer Form. Please note that you must have your dues paid in order to participate on a committee.
The 2017 Conference will be held in San Antonio, stay tuned for more information.
I am very excited in the direction our network is going and with your continued support I am confident we can build a Stronger Network, as our conference theme for this year indicates, Preserving our Heritage Moving Forward.
Dawn Basurto, President
Winner of the 2016 NBSN Sam Ethridge Award
Henry L. Marsh, III, an honors graduate of Maggie L. Walker High School, received a B.A. degree from Virginia Union University, Cum Laude, in 1956 and earned his law degree at Howard University in 1959. He was a member of the Virginia Bar (senior status 2012) and was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Virginia, the Supreme Court of the United States, the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia. Click here to continue reading.