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IAQA Announces New Mission Statement, Pillars of Engagement


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PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 4, 2013 - ROCKVILLE, Md. -- The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) announced today the adoption of a new Mission Statement and Pillars of Engagement for the organization.  According to IAQA officials, they will serve as guiding principles for the association’s strategic planning and overall operations.

The new Mission Statement is “IAQA is dedicated to bringing practitioners together to prevent and solve indoor environmental problems for the benefit of customers and the public.” The Pillars of Engagement include Member Engagement, Communication and Connection, Education, Operational Excellence, and Collaboration.  “These are areas that have been a focus of IAQA for several years.  Codifying them as Pillars that will guide the organization and its members provide benchmarks on how we can improve as an organization, how we can better serve our members, and how we can best engage both the community of practitioners and the customers they serve,” said Donald M. Weekes, IAQA President.

“IAQA’s new mission statement reflects both changes that have occurred organically within IAQA as it has evolved over the past 17 years, as well as a direction that reflects the will of the membership,” said Glenn Fellman, IAQA executive Director.  He added, “Our new Mission Statement does not stray very far from the spirit our past one, but the new Pillars of Engagement give precise meaning to how that mission will be fulfilled.”

“The revision to our Mission Statement and creation of corresponding Pillars of Engagement are the culmination of nearly a year’s work by dedicated association leaders,” said Michael Pinto.  He chaired a committee of IAQA past presidents and board members, as well as currently serving board volunteers and chapter directors, who developed the new Mission Statement and Pillars of Engagement. “It is the first change to the organization’s Mission Statement since IAQA was founded in 1998 as a non-profit organization,” Pinto remarked.

“I am looking forward to the upcoming annual meeting, where members will hear about many current and new programs demonstrating the association’s commitment to fulfilling the Pillars of Engagement and Mission,” added Weekes.  The IAQA 17th Annual Meeting & Indoor Environment & Energy Expo takes place March 17-19, 2014 in Nashville, TN.

In conjunction with the release of the Mission Statement and Pillars, IAQA has launched several new programs bolstering its activity, including a membership drive.  For more information, visit www.iaqa.org.

Media Contact:  Alyssa Dara, adara@iaqa.org, 301-231-8388, ext. 23

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Note to Editors:  The complete IAQA Mission Statement and Pillars of Engagement are provided below. Interviews with the IAQA President can be booked by contacting Alyssa Dara at adara@iaqa.org

IAQA Mission Statement

IAQA is dedicated to bringing practitioners together to prevent and solve indoor environmental problems for the benefit of customers and the public.

IAQA’s Pillars of Engagement

Member Engagement:
IAQA is committed to serving the needs of members around the world by improving member benefits; recognizing members and their contributions to the industry and community; increasing and diversifying member participation through retention and recruitment; and connecting members with one another and outside constituencies through chapters and other events.

Communication and Connection: IAQA is committed to providing the most current information to all members throughout the many disciplines that make up the indoor air quality industry through a constantly evolving variety of communication platforms; providing opportunities for members and the community to share knowledge of IAQ issues; and partner with other industry organizations to raise the profile of IAQ issues and the IAQA.

Education: IAQA is committed to serving the professional development needs of members and the information needs of the community by developing research-based programs; creating accessible, high quality, educational opportunities; and encouraging the adoption of appropriate standards of care.

Operational Excellence: IAQA is committed to providing the highest level of service; good governance; transparency; fiscal responsibility; and due diligence in every facet of the organization’s operations.

Collaboration: IAQA is committed to developing new relationships with like-minded industry organizations; supporting and nurturing current relationships; continuing current efforts in advocacy for all members to outside constituents and the general public; and being active participants in supporting issues that we believe are good for business and the public interest.

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