This page provides information about USHPA's annual in-person board meeting. For details and to register for the next bi-monthly, remote board meeting, please click here.
Date: September 24, 2023 (Just before the RedRock Fall Fly-In)
Time: 8 AM - 4 PM MT
Location: Quality Inn Center, 540 S Main St, Richfield, UT 84701
2023 Board Meeting Packet (not yet available)
2023 Board Meeting Agenda
Agenda and Schedule
A draft agenda and schedule can be found in BOD meeting packet, which is typically posted 1-2 weeks prior to the meeting (see Meeting Resources below). Please check back at that time. If you are not able to attend in person, please be sure to contact a Director or a Committee Chair to provide feedback on any items of interest or concern.
Committee recommended changes to the SOPs will be posted for membership review and feedback on a regular basis throughout the year before they are finalized by the committee for board review. Final change drafts to be approved by the board can be found in the BOD meeting packet 1-2 weeks prior to the meeting (see Meeting Resources below). If you are not able to attend in person, please be sure to contact a Director or a Committee Chair to provide feedback on any items of interest or concern.
Online Meeting Access
Online meeting access is available to members as a member benefit and to keep you informed of USHPA’s efforts to further our mission (please register online to obtain remote access). The board discussed opening meetings to the public but doing so created additional hurdles that would ultimately result in less access on a regular basis to members. This is due to every individual present, not just directors, being required to provide their approval to be broadcast for each meeting. It would also require that each individual provide releases related to their likeness and permission to use for broadcast purposes. Since non-approval to be broadcast could be provided by attendees at any point up to the meeting start, any denials would result in last minute cancellations of meeting broadcasts. This seemed problematic if we wanted to keep our target audience informed on a regular basis.