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Membership Column: The Winning Renewals!

Posted By Julie Randolph, ICA Senior Manager of Member Services and Governance, Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Earlier this Fall, ICA encouraged members to renew early by 30 September for the chance to win FREE registration for the 2017 Annual Conference. Members who renewed by 30 Sept. automatically had their names entered for a chance to win.

I am delighted to share the three winners, randomly selected, one from each Tier*.



Joined ICA: 2016
Seinan Gakuin University
in Japan

Flavien Puel

Griselda Guillen

Joined ICA: 2014
Universidad Autnoma de
Baja California
in Mexico

Griselda Guillen

Bassey Okon

Joined ICA: 2009
Directorate of Public Relations and Information
in Nigeria


We wish to thankeverymember who participated by renewing prior to the contest deadline. As members continue to complete renewals, please know we are thrilled to have you and thankful for your ongoing commitment to the ICA community!

Grace period ended 1 December:The first of October marked the beginning of a new membership year at the International Communication Association. ICA provides members with a 60-day grace period to complete the renewal process. Any member with outstanding dues following 1 December has had their benefits suspended until the member's renewal has been completed and payment has been processed.

Link To Renew:www.icahdq.org/renew

Need Assistance With Your Renewal?Please contact Kristine Rosa atkrosa@icahdq.org, phone: 1-202-955-1444, fax: 1-202-955-1448

Our goal is to make this association your most valuable professional asset. We appreciate your input, as well as your membership. We invite you to contact us should there be anything we could do to enhance your experience with ICA.

Thank you for being a valued ICA member and best wishes for the coming New Year.

*ICA has a triple-tiered dues structure following the UN model for A, B, and C countries, based on the World Bank's indicators of Gross National Income. Residents of B-tier countries pay 75% of the A-tier price and residents of C-tier countries pay 50% of the A-tier price.

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