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Join the Membership Practices Committee for Great Learning and Networking


The Membership Practices Committee (MPC) supports AGRiP’s Advisory Standards for Recognition to implement new standards and provide peer review for pool applications. Serving on the MPC is a great way to build your pooling network and to learn about the breadth of pooling operations. The MPC is a good match for mid-career professionals interested in learning more about best practices in pool operations. MPC members make connections that help both their pool and their individual career paths grow, and in some cases go on to become AGRiP Board members.

Louisville Area Governmental Self-Insurance Trust (LAGIT) Administrator and current AGRiP Board member Dani Rogacki says this about her involvement with the MPC:

“I highly recommend serving on the Membership Practices Committee. It has been an invaluable experience for me and has greatly benefited my organization. Being a member of the committee has allowed me to strengthen my expertise in pool management and understand the best practices that can be applied to our pool. This experience also prepared me for my time on the AGRiP Board, as it has given me a deeper understanding of the industry and the issues that pools face.”

To join Dani (and 15+ other pooling professionals!) on the MPC or to learn more about it, contact Devereaux Morkunas.