This was a simple question, not to be used or construed in any other manner.
The State of Florida is unique in that they are the first NACHI State Chapter.
There are a few of us, NACHI Chapter Presidents, presiding in a State where ours may be the only progressive Chapter. The larger Chapters if you will.
Operating independently, and for the most part, are self sufficient. Wherein
Chapter Officers are elected, not appointed, to their respective positions.
Relative to this post, it appears the Florida State Chapter President, Mr. Harvey Gordon, is making appointments of positions for the entire State, rather than providing an elective process. Not unlike the actions of a new organization.
Also, as the NACHI Education Committee is presently accepting names of persons wishing to participate within their individual States, relative to this topic, with those names being submitted to the Education Committee for review, and possible approval, this announcement gives the appearance that Mr. Gordon has elected to circumvent the NACHI Education Committee.
Mr. Gerry Beaumont, a person whom I hold in the highest esteem, is also a Member of the NACHI Education Committee, and as such is aware of this program.
Mr. Harvey Gordon, being still another most exemplary NACHI member, have
along with myself and others, had face to face discussions relative to Chapter structure and organization. An exchange of ideas.
The question remains, is the Florida State Chapter now exempting themselves from the organizational structure of NACHI, and now operating totally independently, similar to InterNACHI?
If this is in fact the grand scheme of things to come, then it may be considered pointless for others to become, or continue to be, involved in the rebuilding of the various NACHI Committees, as being required due to the ever increasing growth and subsequent demands being placed upon NACHI.
It is not the intent of this response to create any disharmony or provide an avenue or outlet for out of context topics.
Hopefully, will remain a means of providing information, communication and a continued exchange of ideas.
The best of luck to both Harvey and Gerry. ( Both, Great Guys )