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Congratulations to the Baton Rouge Chapter for earning a Platinum Status for 2016!

A chapter must earn the minimum CAP points in each of the three service categories to be recognized in the CAP program:
  • Service to Members (325 CAP points)
  • Service to the Profession (200 CAP points)
  • Chapter Administration (160 CAP points)

Once the chapter has met or exceeded the minimum CAP Requirements in the three categories (above), the chapter will have reached the BRONZE performance level. A chapter can advance to SILVER with 1,060 CAP points and to GOLD with 1,560 CAP points made up of a combination of CAP points from the three service levels (while also meeting the minimums above). Platinum status is a special level created to recognize chapters that attain GOLD status for 10 of 11 consecutive years.


 Pictured from left to right are: Ana Krivic (Board Member), Nancy Hu (Board Member), Julia Breaux (Treasurer), Kristy Kaiser (President), Kristin Bourque (co Vp of Programs, and Theresa Chatelain (Board Member) . 





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