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Board of Directors Elaine Rogers Annual Board Meeting

Date: 15 Jun 1990
Length: 38 pages

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Abstract

I am very sorry you were unable to attend Tuesday's Board Meeting. Needless to say, the Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City was a spectacular setting for a very productive and informative meeting.

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Air Force
Air Force Academy
Army
Burger King
Defense Department (DOD)
Department of Defense (DOD)
*Department of Labor (use United States Department of Labor)
Industrial College of the Armed Forces
Joint Chiefs of Staff
McDonald's Corp.
Navy
U.S. Air
United States Army
United Way (charity)
US Army
Walter Reed Medical Center (Located in Washington, D.C.)
White House
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Allen, John David
Askew, Henry
Barnhart, Ron
Barnhart, Ronald H.
Barrett, James E.
Barrett, Jim
Bickford, Bill
Brosnahan, Tim
Brosnahan, Timothy
Brown, Bill (Statistician, Stanford U.)
Brown, Ralph
Brown, Ralph H.
Brown, William E.
Calabrese, Frank
Camp, John
Camp, John C.
Campbell, Don
Campbell, Donald L.
Canavan, Dick
Canavan, Richard J.
Carlough, Edward
Carlough, Edward J.
Chennault, Anna
Chennault, Anna C.
Chilcote, Sam
Chilcote, Samuel D., Jr. (TI President (1981-1997))
Chilcote has knowledge of The Tobacco Institute's and the tobacco industry's participation in public fraud and disinformation relative to health hazards of tobacco use, in the manipulation of nicotine in tobacco products and in marketing of tobacco products to children.
Clark, Lorenzo
Coleman, Ron
Coleman, Ronald N.
Davis, William J., Jr.
Demattia, Bill
Demattia, William
Dibello, Frank
Dibello, Frank A.
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
Elkins, Joe
Elkins, Joseph
Elkins, Joseph J.
Ford, Jim
Frischkorn, Cheryl
Garrett, Joe
Garrett, Joseph H.
Garrett, Joseph H., Jr.
Giuliani, Joe
Goldhammer, Terri
Gough, Sam
Gough, Samuel N., Jr.
Green, Pat
Green, Patrick M.
Guiliani, Joseph C.
Hanley, Edward
Hanley, Edward T.
Hargrove, Earl
Hargrove, Earl C.
Harris, Larry
Hawkins, James A.
Hawkins, Jim
Hecht, Norman
Holloway, Wendell
Johnson, Ed
Juliana, James N.
Kahn, Marvin
Kahn, Marvin S.
Keating, Richard
Keating, Richard F.
Market, Madison Money
Mcnair, Lesley J.
Mcnutt, Tom
Medal, Star
Mirabelli, Mario
Mirabelli, Mario V.
Moreland, Dick
Moreland, William
Newman, Monte
Nicely, Tony
Powell, Colin
Regan, Jim
Roach, Ed
Robinson, Jerry
Rogers, Elaine
Rogers, Elaine B.
Ross, Dan
Ross, Daniel M.
Saunders, Dave
Schappert, Harold
Singer, Michael
Singer, Mike
Small, C. Haskell
Small, Ruth
Smoak, Bob
Smoak, Robert A.
Sterling, Scott
Sterling, Scott E.
Streeter, William F.
Streeter, William P.
Vick, James L.
Whitehead, Wanda
Wilkins, John
Williams, Mary
Williams, Mary J.
Wynn, William
Wynn, William H.
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MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM F. STREETER Business Address Commanding General MILITARY DISTRICT of WASHINGTON Building 32 Fort Lesley J. McNair Washington, D.C. 20319-5000 (202) 767-4109 Home Address Withheld Wife: Marion (Midge) USO-Metm Affiliation Board of Directors Military Service Commanding General, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas • Commander, 1st Battalion, 66th Armor and Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3 (Operations), 2nd Armored Division • Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3 (Training), III Corps and Fort Hood • Commander, 2nd Brigade, 1st Calvary Division • Commander, Combined Arms Training Activity, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth • Commander, 2nd Armored Division (Forward), Garlstedt • Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations for Training and Commander of the 7th Army Training Command, Grafenwoehr, West Germany • Operations Officer, 3rd Squadron, 1 lth Armor Cavalry Regiment, Vietnam • Executive Officer, Operations Directorate, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Military Operations • Lieutenant Colonel Assignments Officer, Armor Branch, Officer Personnel Directorate, United States Army Military Personnel Center. Military_ Awards Legion of Merit • Bronze Star Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster) • Meritorious Service Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster) • several Air Medals and the Army Commendation Medal (with two Oak Leaf Clusters ) • Combat Infantryman's Badge and Ranger Tab. Education B.S. in Aviation Administration, Norwich University • M.S. in Public Administration, Shippensburg State College • Armor Schhol • Armed Forced Staff College • Army War College. TI 11260939
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BRIGADIER GENERAL JAMES L. VICK Business Address Commander AIR FORCE DISTRICT of WASHINOTON Boiling AFB Washington, D.C. 20332-5000 (202) 767-4109 Home Addres~ Withheld Wife: Pamela USO-Metr0 Affiliation Board of Directors Military Service F4D Pilot Systems Operator, Ramstein Air Base, West Germany' and Mountain Home AFB, Idaho • 156 combat missions, Phu Cat AFB, Vietnam • 120 combat missions in B-52D's, Loring AFB, Maine • Flight Test Manager, Wright-Pattersn AFB • Aircraft Commander, Flight Commander and Operations Officer, 51st and 68th Bombardment Wing - Seymor Johnson AFB, North Carolina • Commander, 340th Bombardment Squadron - Blytheville AFB, Arkansas • Chief, Aircrew Training Branch, SAC Headquarters • Chief, Bomber Division Air Force Studies and Analyses - US Air Force Headquarters, Washington, D.C. • Vice Commander, 416th Bombardment Wing - Griffis AFB, New York • Commander, Chief of Staff, 15th Air Force - March AFB, California. Military_ Awards Legion of Merit • Distinguished Flying Cross • Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters • Air Medal with 15 oak leaf clusters • Air Force Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster. Ed~qafion BS, U.S. Air Force Academy • MS in astronautical engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology • Squadron Officer School, 1970 • Air Command and Staff College, 1978 • Industrial College of the Armed Forces, 1984 Tl11260940
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CTOCM WILLIAM E. DE MATTIA, USN Business Address Command Master Chief Code 002, Bldg. 200 Washington Navy Yard Washington, D.C. 20374 (202) 433-2617 Home Address Wi~hdd Wife: Brenda USO-Metro Affiliation Board of Directors, SEAC Chairman Military_ Service Naval Security Group, Kami Seya Japan • USS BON HOMME RICHARD (CV-31), Gulf of Tonldn • Naval Security Group Activity, Naval Communications Station, San Miguel, Philippines • USS SAINT PAUL (CA-73), Gulf of Ton.kin • Instructor, CTO "A" School, NTI'C Pensacola • White House Communications Agency, Washington, D.C. • Naval Security Group Activity, Adak, Alaska ° Naval Security Group Detachment, Naples Italy ° Project Leader, Telecommunications/ADP Department, Naval Security Group Headquarters • Command Master Chief, Naval Security Group Activity, Misawa, Japan Military_ Awards Meritorious Service Medal • Navy Commendation Medal (three awards) ° Navy achievement Medal • Combat Action Ribbon ° Navy Unit Commendation • Meritorious Unit Commendation (two awards) ° Vietnam Service Medal (two awards) • Republic of Vietnam Meritorious Unit Citation of the Gallantry Cross • Overseas Service Ribbon (six awards) • Good Conduct Medal (six awards) • Presidential Service Badge Ti11260941
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BOARD PACKET June 12, 1990 LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE Minutes - 1989 Annual Meeting Long Range Strategic Plan Report Nominations - 1990 Annual Meeting Minutes - Board Meeting 3/13/90 Program Committee Report SEAC Minutes United Way Allocations Report Treasurer's Report Press Clippings Nominations Committee Report Thank-you Letters Biographies T!11260942
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USO of Metropolitan Washington Long Range Strategic Plan TI 11260943
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SECTION If. Ill. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. TABLE OF CONTENTS Purpose Background Environmental Factors External Factors Internal Factors Mission Statement Planning Assumptions Summary of Goals Long Range Strategic Plan Goal #I. Develop an Adjusted Fiscal Year 1991 Budget of $500,000. Goal #2. Evaluate Existing and Future Staff Requirements. Goal #3. Evaluate The Existing Board of Directors. Goal #4. Develop a Plan to Add New Board Members. Goal #5. Improve Our Public Relations Programs and Fundraising Efforts. Goal #6, Expand Existing Programs~ Where Appropriate, and Determine the Need for New Programs. Goat #7. Determine the Feasibility of Becoming Self-funded By the End of Fiscal Year Z995. A~tachments #£ Organizational Chart #2 Fiscal ~ear 1991 Budget Strengths and Weaknesses #4 Programs #5 Demograpnlcs #6 Board of Directors PAGE i 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 T11126Ou44
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PURPOSE The purpose of this long range strategic plan (fiscal year 1991 through fiscal year 1995) is to: (I) identify specific objectives, (2) outline strategies to achieve those objectives and (3) provide guidance to the leadershi0, staff and-Board of USO - Metro. This plan will be updated on a yearly basis and presented at the June Board of Directors~ meeting for approval. Ti112ou945
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II. BACKGROUND To enhance USO - Metro's ability to compete as a viable social service agency in the greater Washington metropolitan area, we believe the formulation of a long range strategic plan is essential. The following five elements were considered during the development of the plan: A. Budget B. Staffing C. Board membership D. Programs/Services E. Fundraising Due to the nature of USO - Metro's operation and current funding, the majority of our action goals will be completed by fiscal year ~993. Only one goal is carried through to fiscal year 1995. As we progress with the plan and review its accomplishments on an ongoing basis. we will be able to determine if any of the due daces should be changed. 2 TI11Z60946
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III. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS A. External Factors: i. United Way and CFC Funding Based on current projections we can expect our funding from United Way to be cut by 10% to 15% per year. 2. USO - WORLD USO - Metro will continue to compete with USO - World in the Washington metropolitan area for funds and corporate support. 3. Annual Dinner Revenue We believe that our Annual Dinner revenue will peak at about $200,000, unless we reformat the event. 4. Needs of the Military It is projected that the military population in the Washington metropolitan area will increase by 5% to 10% over the next three to five years. 5. Fiscal Year Our fiscal year is July 1 through June 80. as prescribed by United Way regulations. 6. Labor Market The U.S. average unemployment rate in 1988 was 5.5%. The Greater Washington average unemployment rate during 1988 was 3.0%. A low unemployment rate will make it more difficult and costly to attract new employees. B. Internal Factors: I. Organizational Chart 2. Fiscal Year 1991 Budget 3. Strengths and Weaknesses 4. Programs 5. Demographics B,~ard ~f Directors - At~ac~en~ #i - Attachment #2 - Attachmen~ #3 - Attachment #4 - Attachment #5 - Attachment #6 3 1260947
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IV. MI~BION ~TATEMENT USO - Metro is an autonomous chapter of USO - World and is a congressionally chartered, nongovernmental, nonprofit organization. Our mission is to enhance the quality of llfe for military personnel -- single and married -- and their .families by'helping them adjust to the special rigors of a transient military life-style. We also foster a viable partnership between the military and civilian communities. ]]11260948

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