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Title: 2005 MAEE Annual Meeting


1
2005 MAEE Annual Meeting
  • October 13, 2005
  • Crowne Plaza, Brooklyn Center, MN

2
2004-2005 MAEE Board Members
3
MAEE 2004-2005 Officers
  • Ann Walter 06, Secretary
  • Timothy Arlt 05, Treasurer
  • Holli Arp 07, President-elect
  • Tobias Spanier 06, President
  • Jerry Tesmer 05, Past-President

4
MAEE 2004-2005Section Representatives
  • MAEAP Dave Resch, Past President Dan Martens
    President
  • MAE4-HYDP Trish Sheehan, Past President
    Shirley Doering, President
  • MCNRA Eleanor Burkett, President Tom Wegner,
    President elect
  • MEAFCS Debbie Botzek-Linn, President Kim
    Asche, President Elect

5
MAEE 2004-2005Area Representatives
  • North Lou Ann Jopp 05 Eric Vogel 05, Alternate
  • Metro Rose Allen 05 Nancy Hegland 05,
    Alternate
  • South Kim Asche 05 Shirley Doering 05,
    Alternate

6
MAEE 2004-2005Committee Representatives
  • Awards and Public Relations Barb Sorenson and
    Suzanne Driessen 05
  • Employee Benefits Rod Elmstrand 05
  • Legislative Andrea Ruesch 05
  • Professional Improvement Bob Mugaas 05
  • Ad-Hoc Committees
  • Communications Jerry Tesmer 05
  • Nominations Jerry Tesmer 05

7
Financial Update
  • Tax Return Submitted
  • Annual Financial Report
  • Ad Hoc Finance Committee

8
Annual Financial Report
9
Annual Financial Report
10
Annual Financial Report
11
2004-2005 MAEE Goals and Strategies
12
Goal 1 Advocate on Behalf of MAEE Members with
Extension Administration for the Betterment of
the Extension Service
13
Goal 2 Foster Positive Relationships with
University Partners (Deans, Regents, President,
University Foundation)
14
Goal 3 Share Programs and Impacts with Elected
Officials (local, state and federal, including
County Commissioners and County Administrators).
15
Goal 4 Communicate With Members and Continue
High Level of Communication between Board and
Members as We Go Through Change
16
Goal 5 Provide Quality Professional Development
for Members
17
Goal 6 Advocate for Appropriate Benefits for
Members
18
Goal 7 Retain Current Members and Recruit New
Members
19
Goal 8 Strengthen the Collaboration with ESP
20
2004-2005 MAEE Committee Reports
21
Nominating Committee MAEE Officer Candidates
  • Treasurer
  • Tim Arlt
  • Position Area Program Leader (AFE)
  • President-Elect
  • Bruce Schwartau
  • Position Regional
  • Extension Educator
  • Community Economics

22
Awards and Public Relations Committee Report
  • Members Co-chairs Barb Sorenson (MAE4-HHYDP),
    Suzanne Driessen (MEAFCS) David Nelson (MCNRA)
    Wayne Schoper (MAEAP)
  • Accomplishments
  • Active members from all four sections.
  • Planned Annual Awards and Recognition Dinner
    program. MAEE is Hot, Hot, Hot! theme ties in
    with the conference speaker.

23
Awards and Public Relations Committee Report
  • Three teamwork awards were received. A Selection
    Criteria scoring sheet was used to select winner.
  • No Early Career Awards applications were received
    this year.
  • New this year, ESP/MAEE awards committee members
    worked together and selected an overall teamwork
    award.
  • There are three twenty-five year recipients and
    three retirees.
  • Sections were encouraged to present awards at
    MAEE banquet.

24
Employee Benefits Committee Report
  • Members Rod Elmstrand Board Liaison,
  • Liz Templin, Pat Stumme, Bill Craig
  • Advocated and obtained equity with other
    professional and academic positions by receiving
    a 12 month non-renewal notice (previous maximum
    was 6 months) for all employees with 11 years or
    more of employment.
  • Advocated for Study Leaves to advance scholarly
    work.

25
Employee Benefits Committee Report
  • Continue to pursue and advocate dental insurance
    for employees with federal benefits. This issue
    is a fairness and equity issue and have provided
    costs and benefits analysis for administration
    consideration.
  • Monitor work of Salary Equity Committee and seek
    to give input from MAEE to this committee before
    final decisions are made.
  • Monitor and encourage CAPA's work on tuition
    benefits for dependents. Tuition benefits
    continue to be offered to all employees.
  • Keep members posted on the information and action
    of the Federal Association of Retired Employees
    organization (NARFE).

26
Legislative Committee Report
  • Members Andrea Ruesch (Liaison prior to new
    role) Cindy Bigger, Terry Nennich, Jan Gilman
  • Extension Legislative efforts were very positive
    in 2005
  • Administration encouraged staff members to
    contact legislators and share their stories

27
Professional Improvement Committee Report
  • Members Bob Mugaas Board Liaison, Lisa Hinz,
  • Jody Horntvedt, Kelly Kunkel, Julie Schmidt.
  • 2005 Achievements
  • We worked to improve our profession through the
    sponsorship of our Annual Conference workshop. 
    Based on feedback from members, we decided to
    focus on personal and professional
    revitalization.  The program is Fire in the
    Bones, Igniting Your Vitality with Chuck Lofy a
    long-time friend of Extension and a leader in
    helping organizations and people in transition.  
    This program is intended to foster appreciation
    for what vitality is and  how it exists in
    personal and professional realms, and to help
    participants gain insight and be refreshed. 

28
Communications Committee Report
  • Members Jerry Tesmer Co-Chair,
  • Dan Martens, Trish Sheehan, Eli Sagor,
  • Carol Ann Burtness, Juan Moreno Co-Chair,
  • Gwen Gmeinder.
  • 2005 Goals
  • Encourage field staff to be heard and
    acknowledged.
  • Encourage consistent policies/procedures across
    capacity area whenever logical and appropriate.
  • Seek opportunities for field faculty
    representation in decision making processes.
  • Create a shared vision for Extension.

29
Communications Committee Report
  • EFCC, ESCC, Vitality Task Force, Internal and
    Extension Communication Committees are working on
    similar issues. MAEE has kept the Communications
    Ad Hoc committee in place for 2005 to assure
    continued attention to these goals on behalf of
    its members and for the continued betterment of
    UMES

30
2004-2005 MAEE Section Reports
31
Minnesota Association Extension Agriculture
Professionals
2005 MAEAP Officers President Dan Martens Pres
Elect Ray Bisek Past President Dave
Resch Secretary Dave Pfarr Director Dave
Bau Alternate Director and Address Coordinator -
Troy Salzer
32
Minnesota Association Extension Agriculture
Professionals
Key Contacts NACAA Treasurer N.C. Regional Vice
Director Chuck Schwartau National Program
Recognition Council Chair Neil
Broadwater North Central Public Relations Vice
Chair Brad Carlson MAEAP Life Member Chair
Art Frame
33
Minnesota Association Extension Agriculture
Professionals
Awards and Recognition NACAA Distinguished
Service Award - Dan Martens MAEAP Communications
State Award and NACAA Regional Finalists Web
Page Rick Abrahamson Radio Program Dan
Martens MAEAP Communications State
Award Personal Column Jim Salfer Friend of Ag
Dave Torgerson, MN Wheat Growers Association
34
Minnesota Association Extension Agriculture
Professionals
PILD Washington DC and JCEP Milwaukee Ray
Bisek Annual MAEAP Summer Meeting U of M
Crookston NACAA AM/PIC Buffalo New York Chuck and
Carol Schwartau, Neil and Joan Broadwater, Brad
Carlson, Dan Martens Life Members Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Sifferath and Mr. Mrs John
Ankeny. Provide 2000 COAFES Undergrad
Scholarships
35
Minnesota Association Extension Agriculture
Professionals
2006 MAEAP Officers President Ray Bisek Pres
Elect Dave Bau Past President Dan
Martens Secretary Lizabeth Stahl Director
Troy Salzer Alternate Director - Nathan Winter
36
MAE4-HYDP Minnesota Association of Extension
4-H and Youth Development Professionals
  • 2004-2005 Officers
  • Karyn Santl, President
  • Shirley Doering, Vice President
  • Trish Sheehan Past President and MAEE
    Representative
  • Barb Piehl, Secretary

37
MAE4-HYDP Section Highlights
  • Updated our member handbook, constitution and
    by-laws to reflect the current 4-H staffing plan
    and new association name.
  • Changed our annual meeting to correspond with our
    YOUth U Conference when more of our potential
    members can attend.
  • Change our board structure from three (3) area
    representatives to two (2). This will take
    affect at our Annual Meeting at YOUth U 2006.

38
MAE4-HYDP Section Highlights
  • Kia Harries was elected as a North Central
    Regional Director for the National Association of
    Extension 4-H Agents.
  • Continued to financially and programmatically
    support the YOUth U professional development
    conference for 4-H staff.

39
MAE4-HYDP Section Highlights
  • Will have 19 members attend the National 4-H
    Agents conference in Seattle this fall. MN
    delegates will give 2 presentations, 1 poster
    session, be awarded 1 Distinguished Service
    Award, 1 Meritorious Service Award and two
    delegates will receive recognition for 25 years
    of service.

40
MCNRA Minnesota Community and Natural Resources
Association
  • 2004-2005 Officers
  • Eleanor Burkett, President and MAEE Board
    Representative
  • Tom Wegner, President-Elect (resigned)
  • Eli Sagor, Past-President
  • Lisa Hinz, Secretary

41
MCNRA Section Highlights
  • Conducted MCNRA membership survey
  • Survey responses to guide MCNRA
  • Awarded two travel scholarships
  • Tom Wegner PILD
  • Barbara Liukkonen Lake River Restoration
    conference

42
MCNRA Section Highlights
  • MCNRA annual news letter
  • Highlights people, programs and awards
  • Promotes cross capacity opportunities for
    programs
  • MCNRA Website
  • www.extension.umn.edu/mcnra

43
MEAFCS Minnesota Extension Association of Family
Consumer Sciences
  • 2004-2005 Officers
  • Deb Botzek-Linn, President and MAEE Board
    Representative
  • Kim Asche, President-Elect
  • Minnell Tralle, Past-President
  • Sara Croymans, Secretary

44
MEAFCS Section Highlights
  • Spring Professional Development Day Whats Your
    Story? Conveying the Value of Extension Programs
    in Family Consumer Science.
  • Fundraising for 2007 Exceeded 1000 goal with
    three fundraising efforts.

45
MEAFCS Section Highlights
  • NEAFCS Philadelphia 2005
  • Five members and FD CAL attended.
  • Serve It Up Safely Renewal Course Online
    Classroom Options Concurrent Session. Presented
    by Suzanne Driessen and Lou Ann Jopp.

46
MEAFCS Section Highlights
  • MEAFCS NEAFCS Awards
  • 2005 National Food Safety Award
  • Serve It Up Safely Renewal Course Online
  • Classroom Food Safety Team
  • Central Region Winners
  • Felker Financial Management Award Youth and
  • Money Leadership Team
  • Wells Diversity Award Learning the
  • Language of Money FRM REEs

47
MEAFCS Section Highlights
  • 2007 NEAFCS National Meeting
  • September 15-20th, 2007
  • Radisson in St. Paul.
  • MEAFCS will co-host the 2007 NEAFCS
  • Annual Conference with Wisconsin and Illinois.

48
Thank You!
  • To the 2004-2005 Board of Directors for your
    dedication and hard work to move forward the
    purposes of MAEE!
  • To the membership of MAEE who were thoughtful,
    vocal, and active around the numerous issues.

49
Congratulations!
  • The 2005-2006 Board of Directors including
    officers, area and section representatives, and
    committee representatives will meet together for
    the first time on
  • Wednesday and Thursday
  • November 9 and 10, 2005
  • Koinonia Retreat Center, Annandale
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