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Happy New Year, Everyone!
To our entire community:
The year 2020 has been both a challenging and significant year for the Deaf in Government. We are grateful for your continued support during a year filled with doubts, condolences, and mindfulness. Together, with your support, we were able to accomplish some amazing things for our organization and the community we serve.
Take a look at 2020 highlights:
Throughout the year, we had several Board meetings to realign on shared goals and priorities while also learning how to adapt to a virtual world. To emphasize, the DIG Board also had two retreats this year discussing tangible goals and the vision for 2020-2021. Since these retreats, we have determined the need for internal transformation, which has resulted in a new organizational matrix with some restructuring to the DIG organization.
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DIG would like to congratulate the new board members of the 2020-2022 term! DIG is pleased to announce the current Board leadership:
Todd Epps - Business Manager
I would like to thank all Advisory Board members and sponsors who have invested in the DIG organization throughout the fiscal year 2020. We have established new partnerships with companies to provide in-kind services such as CART, interpreting services, and video conference software. Without the sponsorship of in-kind services and monies, DIG would not have provided the DIG webinars program or the other events hosted in 2020. We owe much gratitude to Sorenson, ZVRS/Purple, Convo, Civic Access, RivetLogic, and Deaf Access Solutions, Inc.
As 2020 has ended, we are proud of all that DIG has accomplished this year. An amazing group of individuals leads the learning management team. In 2020, our successful weekly webinar program provided outstanding educational content to all DIG members and the general public. We have hosted over 20 webinars to date, with a full lineup ready for January 2021. DIG would like to thank each of the presenters for their time in transferring their extensive knowledge to advance our Deaf and Hard of Hearing workforce.
As DIG has done for so many years, we were proud to bring you another fabulous Holiday Party. This year, due to COVID-19, we missed not being able to gather in person. However, your safety is our priority. As we have done all of 2020, I am proud of our Team for adapting to host another incredible virtual event. I hope you all enjoyed attending our virtual holiday party event on Friday, December 11, 2020.
DIG Advisory Board Announcement
As a President, I am proud of the DIG Board and members for working together to help others achieve their professional and personal goals. As DIG is always looking to expand our reach in support of our membership, I am excited to announce that we have a few new additions to serve on the Advisory Board. The Advisory Board has a crucial function within the DIG Organization, in order to achieve our mission, we need their collective resources and expertise. I would like to formally introduce Dare K, who was recently announced as the new Chair of the Advisory Board. We look forward to what the Advisory Board will accomplish as they work alongside our DIG Board members. We have a team of amazing people who have heartedly served this organization to support each of you.
Current Team Leadership
President: Cham Le
Thank you 2020 Sponsors!
Again, we would like to thank all of our 2020 sponsors that helped make our events possible during 2020!
We are seeking volunteers!
Deaf in Government has a couple of opportunities where volunteers can help make a difference. Do you know someone who would be perfect for DIG? Please refer them to us!
Election Night Chairperson: Oversee the entire election planning, create advertisements to post on social media accounts/mass email announcements, periodically observe and ensure that all committees for the Election Night are doing their roles correctly, handle issues as they arise, and more!
2 IT Support Operations: This role will report to the DIG President and IT Operations Director. Great way to boost your resume!
Marketing Specialist/Graphic Designer (must have access to Adobe Photoshop): This role will report to the Communications Manager. Duties including but not limited to update DIG's Twitter and LinkedIn frequently for status and events, create a Facebook cover photo for DIG Facebook page based on holidays, seasons, etc., create advertisements using Adobe Photoshop format, assist with editing videos, and more!
Development Coordinator: This role will report to the Business Manager. Do you like fundraising or want to learn how to be a fundraiser? We are seeking a volunteer to coordinate sponsorship proposals.
If you're interested in volunteering for any of the positions above or something else, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.