Talking shop with Sunitha in Seattle

Sunitha in Seattle has automated some of the routine steps that every chapter needs to take in order to stay on top of their work.  AID-Seattle, which started seven years ago, has been a chapter that has consistently remained active in spite of ebbs and flows.  I was impressed to see volunteers from our very first meeting in June 2007 attending their latest event, Milan along with parents, children and spouses.  Intergenerational unity is critical for AID volunteers to stay involved and for AID chapters to stay strong for the long term.

Meanwhile, the day to day work of the chapter has benefitted from some scripts that Sunitha has written in her spare time – which these scripts were designed to give her.  I asked her to describe them:


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