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Annual General Meeting 2022 - Members Only

Annual General Meeting 2022 - Members Only

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Free

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Online event

Scottish Women's Institutes Annual General Meeting (AGM)

About this event

You are warmly invited to register to attend the Scottish Women's Institute AGM on Saturday 28th May 10.30am - 12.30pm.

This year's AGM will have a new format including an update on the new SWI strategy, a guest speaker and a membership discussion panel. We look forward to seeing you there.

What is an AGM?

The AGM is the meeting of the membership that is presided over by the SWI President. The Office Bearers, Board, Committee Convenors and the CEO will be in attendance to provide organisational reports and updates. SWI Members have the right to attend, speak, and if relevant, vote on any AGM business.

The AGM will be online, to ensure we reach and include as many SWI members as possible

Why attend?

Attending the AGM gives members a fair way to hold the board accountable, and or show their support, and ask pertinent questions. As part of your SWI strategy, the AGM lays the foundation for the future development of your membership body, which is vitally important.

Is the AGM for me?

Attending the AGM will provide you with insight into the SWI performance and direction of the organisation. Audited financial statements will be presented with an opportunity to ask questions.

Programme

  • Welcome
  • AGM Formal Business
  • Strategy Update
  • Guest Speaker
  • Member Discussion Panel

Zoom Link to Attend

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85007296775?pwd=NGhXbHAwK0ZwSXhDOGNlTHlZUWt2QT09

Meeting ID: 850 0729 6775

Passcode: 107147

Please note, the SWI is starting to test out this platform 'Eventbrite' to register and book for online events.

Thank you and we look forward to welcoming you to the AGM.

SWI Events Team

For further information, please get in touch at hello@theswi.org.uk

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