MNLA members who get the most out of their membership are actively involved in the Association. There are no benefits greater to members than the learning and expertise gained from networking with peers. Involvement in the Association helps members become more successful in their work, and for many, more successful in life as well.
MNLA belongs to its members. And as members, they determine the Association’s priorities and direction by communicating their needs for resources, products and services to the MNLA leadership. Without that input, expertise, and time, MNLA accomplishes less. If you are not already active on an MNLA committee or project and would like to be, contact the office of the executive director today to find out how you can get involved.
Currently we have three active committees: