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  1. HBA Policy Handbook

  2. Start Here - Volunteering Fundamentals

    When members of the HBA come together, it’s with a shared purpose: to be a united force for change. We connect diverse groups of both women and men, across all healthcare and life science disciplines. By taking focused action to advance our mi...
  3. Regional Organizational Chart

    HBA's regional organizational structure is pictured below. Each HBA region is led by a Regional Council, made up of a regional chair, deputy chair, treasurer, four Center of Excellence (COE) presidents and chapter presidents. The regional leader...
  4. Planning an HBA event

    Follow the HBA event planning standard operating procedure, which can be found below. HBA has created two separate SOPs, one for educational programs and one for networking events (since the scope of planning a networking event is often smaller). Ea...
  5. How to open an event for registration

  6. Lucidpress training

    How to and resources Before using the Lucidpress platform, please watch this informative training webinar . Visit Lucidpress.com and login using your assigned username/email and password For further assistance with ‘how to’ us...
  7.  Maximizing your HBA experience

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video. This is a webinar that includes great talking points about the value of volunteering with HBA and how to leverage your volunteer work to impact your career. HBA Volunteering 11.18.pdf ...
  8. 2020 Functional Call Schedule

    Calendar invites will be sent with call information Functional Area Meeting Day Meeting Dates Regional Executive Committee (Sent) Attendees: Chair, Deputy Chair and Treasurer required Lead: Laura Butler, 202...
  9. HBA staff

    HBA is an almost entirely volunteer-led organization, but we do have a few staff members to support and guide our volunteer leaders and provide support for the organization's growth and success. HBA's staff are broken into three pillars: S...
  10. Section 10. Programming and Events

    HBA programming should align with the organization’s core purpose and support and advance its mission. Core purpose: to further the advancement and impact of women in the business of healthcare. Mission: The Healthcare Businesswomen&r...