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Preserving the Past While Preparing for the Future – Thoughts from Atla’s New ED

by John F. Kutsko

Executive Director John Kutsko shares his passion and excitement for the future of Atla in his inaugural column.

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Parting Thoughts

by Brenda Bailey-Hainer

Executive Director Brenda Bailey-Hainer pens her last column, sharing insight and wisdom to the association.

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So much to be thankful for …

by Maria Stanton

Director of Production Maria Stanton shares what she is grateful for this holiday season and highlights programs and resources Atla offers.

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Finding Our Individual and Collective Imagination and Inspiration

by Margot Lyon

Director of Business Development Margot Lyon shares some resources, programs, content, and people who are a source of inspiration.

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Envisioning a Vibrant Workforce

by Brenda Bailey-Hainer

Executive Director Brenda Bailey-Hainer explores some of the themes and references of Tony Zanders's Atla Annual 2022 plenary session.

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Wading Through the Wonky Years

by Gillian Harrison Cain

Atla Director of Member Programs Gillian Harrison Cain discusses Atla's many "wonky" years and how we keep track of them.

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Atla Association Update 2022

by Brenda Bailey-Hainer

Executive Director Brenda Bailey-Hainer shares her annual update on the association.

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Hybrid: Hype? Or Happening!

by Gillian Harrison Cain

Director of Member Programs Gillian Harrison Cain discusses how Atla Annual 2022 will finally fulfill our promise of a hybrid conference.

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Speculating about the Very Long-Term Future: Inspiration in the Anthropocene

by Margot Lyon

Director of Business Development Margot Lyon is contemplating the very long-term future. Here are four resources that may help inspire you!

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Being Attuned

by Brenda Bailey-Hainer

Executive Director Brenda Bailey-Hainer reflects on the movie CODA, our unconscious assumptions, and welcoming all Atla members as family.

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