State Auxiliary Leaders (SALs)
State Auxiliary Leaders (SALs) are the presidents, president-elects and legislative chairs from state volunteer and auxiliary associations. These associations guide their states' volunteer programs; lead effective volunteer involvement in grassroots advocacy to increase volunteer action, awareness and involvement; identify and develop educational material and programs that meet the needs of their members; and enhance communication among members and their healthcare governing boards, management, and hospital staff.
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For more information, please contact Joan Ryzner, AHA Director of Member Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.