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Greetings NCTMA Board, Members and Guests!

As we begin a new program year and my humble first as your President, I would like to extend a sincere THANK YOU to my fellow officers and our board members for working so diligently to make the last 18 months a success. What a time this has been! Despite all, I’m proud to say we were able to pivot where possible to deliver meaningful engagement, presentations, and those ever-important continuing education credits.

Reflecting on the last two years, our webinars were undoubtedly one of our great successes. What originally began as a substitute while live meetings were not possible, quickly turned into a very effective module in our annual lineup. The reception and participation were greater than we could have anticipated. Going forward, we will continue to offer these variations even after (fingers-crossed) we are able to resume our live meetings.

Our Kick-Off event is planned for October 7th and will be a virtual, day-long meeting. We plan to have four sessions covering those topics you have shared are top of mind for you including capital strategy, fraud and security, foreign exchange, and cryptocurrency. We are finalizing the schedule for the remaining 2021-2022 sessions, but the general schedule will include December, March, and April meetings. We have also received free passes for members to join the TMANY conference again in February. Mark your calendars now!

In addition to our regular meetings, we have some very exciting new pieces to offer our membership this year. We will be sending out monthly newsletters to keep you up to date on events, speakers, and priority treasury topics. You’ll also want to mark your calendars for the last Tuesdays in November and January as we will be hosting our first ever Treasury Roundtables. Though roundtables will not offer CE credits, they will be a great time to share your best practices and ask those questions of your peers.

We are also making it a top priority this program year to bring Treasury Awareness to the NC Community beginning with our schools. As a pilot this year, we will work with local schools to help inform students about the critical role that treasury plays in all organizations and hopefully spark passion for possible careers. This will likely include participation in Career Days with speaker opportunities, mentoring, and perhaps an intern placement with NCTMA for senior projects. We invite you to join us in this very exciting project so be on the lookout for additional information in upcoming newsletters.  

We are planning to offer two SPONSORSHIP levels this year - Silver ($500) and Gold ($750). Silver will include logo displays on screen during virtual events and on front tables during live meetings. We will also include these logos and callouts in our newsletters and website. Gold Sponsors, however, will also receive 10 minutes of airtime at the beginning of a Roundtable provided that the presentation is related to the meeting topic to ensure a seamless flow.

For your convenience, we have included a link to the NCTMA website for renewing memberships or inviting colleagues to join our chapter. The nominal annual fees ($195 for practitioners and associates, $500 for up to five corporate members, and $50 for students) continues to be of exceptional value. Not only are these meetings excellent networking opportunities, but they also provide the opportunity to earn continuing education credits (CTP/CCM/CPE/FPAC). Those of you that took advantage of our BOGO offer last year, will not need to renew again until July 2022. Please note that membership fees for the Association for Financial Professions (AFP) must be paid directly to the AFP. Being a member of the AFP is not a prerequisite for joining the NCTMA.

This year’s Schedule recap:

              Board Meeting             September 23 - Virtual

              Kick-Off                          October 7 - Virtual

              Roundtable #1              November 30 - Virtual

              Meeting #2                    December 16 - Virtual

              Roundtable #2              January 25 - Virtual

              TMANY Conf.                February 2 - Virtual

              Meeting #3                    April 14 - Tentative

              Carolinas Cash              May TBD – Myrtle Beach, SC

Finally, I would like to extend a very special thank you to Steve Gobbo who has done a phenomenal job as our President for the last three program years. He has set the bar very high, and I am incredibly grateful to have his experience to lean on as we go forward!

Your 2021 – 2022 Officers:

President                       Melissa Hylton

Vice President              Tanya Kuznetsova

Treasurer                       LeeAnn McDaniel

Membership                 Rhanita Robertson

Secretary                        Vacant

I look forward to serving as your President in what I’m certain will be another successful program year! Please feel free to reach out to me for any reason, especially if you’re interested in serving as our secretary this year (wink).


Melissa Hylton

2021-2022 NCTMA President




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