August 12th 2003

Solicitation of Volunteers to Support NHRHTA Publications

In an effort to improve both the quality and frequency of NHRHTA publications, the officers undertook a review of the current processes and resource requirements necessary to support all of our publications including the Shoreliner®, Bulletin, Calendar, Reprints, Data Paks, Books and other related printed materials. The findings of this review indicate that additional resources and expertise will be necessary to realize the desired improvements and enhancements. The Officers have therefore decided to formally solicit volunteers from among the membership to support a Publishing Department model that will provide the functional support necessary to expand, enhance and build redundancy within these publication activities.

Any member interested in sharing their expertise and time should submit a brief biography outlining their interests, competencies, and abilities for consideration. This solicitation will run through September 30th, 2003. We are particularly looking for individuals with experience in any or all of the following areas:

Most importantly, we are interested in member volunteers with a high level of commitment, enthusiasm and team collaboration. All submissions will be reviewed by the Officers of the NHRHTA, with roles and responsibilities being assigned based on competencies and interests. All inquiries and submissions can made via two formats:

  1. Electronic submission: email your Word file to
  2. U.S. Mail or other postal delivery service to:

Dr. Stephen J. Boccuzzi
Director, NHRHTA Public Affairs
4721 Dickinson Way
Doylestown, PA 18901

Submissions should include name, address, phone number, email address and one or two paragraphs describing your professional training/education, competencies, and abilities in the publication areas listed above, and any limitations your offer of assistance may have.

For more information contact Dr. Stephen J. Boccuzzi, Director NHRHTA Public Affairs

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