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Business Continuity Plans: Enhance Cybersecurity in the Hospitality Industry

13 August 2018
With countless cyberattacks occurring in recent years, cybersecurity has become an unseparated concern during daily operation. To protect the business from incident influence, a continuity plan that integrates cybersecurity must be designed and well-implemented for hotels, restaurants and clubs.

How to Benefit from Networking Events

8 August 2018
You may not feel inclined to attend a networking event. After all, why waste an entire evening doing what you already conveniently do on social media? As it turns out, there is an element of in-person networking that could never be fulfilled through online mediums. Face-to-face interactions allows for a level of rapport that leads to stronger bonds and connections. If you are still skeptical, then we’ll outline some benefits of networking events and how you can get the most out of it.

HFTP Hong Kong IT Working Group Meeting

7 August 2018
Last week on July 27, HFTP hosted an IT work group interest meeting at the Hotel ICON in Hong Kong. Attendees were regional IT professionals and education experts from the hospitality industry who came together to discuss the latest industry trends and challenges. At the meeting was HFTP CEO Frank Wolfe, who led a discussion on the current state of hospitality in Hong Kong and raised the idea of chartering an HFTP IT professional chapter in Hong Kong. The chapter would give members the opportunity to better communicate and network with each other.HFTP has more than 76 chapters throughout the world, and attending chapter meetings allows members to connect with a local network of HFTP members and hospitality professionals. Chapters members meet to share solutions and consult with other professionals in the community. Tremendous educational opportunities are provided as well. The chapter plan was recognized and accepted by the audience; and a detailed charter plan will be discussed and implemented in the near future.

Upcoming HFTP Chapter Events

6 August 2018
Check out the upcoming HFTP chapter event calendar. Click here to view the upcoming events.HFTP has more than 76 local chapters throughout the world. Attend chapter meetings to connect with your local network of HFTP members and share solutions with professionals in your community. Chapters provide tremendous opportunities for education and networking. Find a HFTP chapter and get involved today. MoreHFTP chapters offer several opportunities for involvement and leadership, from officers and committee members to volunteers. Get involved with HFTP at the local level and beyond. MoreHFTP offers chapter leaders chapter specific online webinars through a series of education training webinars. MoreLearn more about HFTP chapters>Find a chapter near you>

What Hotels Need to Know About the California Consumer Privacy Act

6 August 2018
Hotel management companies are asking: “How does this new privacy act in California compare to the new EU Privacy Law?” A side-by-side comparison reveals a few things that hotels should know.

Success in the Sunshine State: Highlights from HFTP's 2018 Florida Regional Conference

3 August 2018
The beautiful Sarasota Westin Hotel — with its bright white facade, multitudinous windows and stunning rooftop pool area — made a very picturesque setting for the 2018 HFTP Florida Regional Conference, which took place July 25–27, 2018. Approximately 145 attendees made their way to Sarasota, Florida last week to enjoy education, exhibits and networking with their fellow hospitality professionals.

HFTP Webinar Schedule: August 2018

1 August 2018
HFTP upcoming webinars for July 2018. Click here to visit the HFTP webinar web page, and register for the webinars listed below.August 7, 2018Cyber Liability Insurance: Five Reasons to Consider It | 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. CDTCyber liability insurance can play an important role in your overall risk management strategy. This course provides an overview of cyber liability insurance and five main reasons to purchase this type of coverage as it applies to hotels, clubs and golf courses. With the help of relevant case studies, attendees will gain a better understanding of cyber liability insurance and the potential costs when a breach does occur.Patrick Costello co-founded Evolve MGA with his brother Mike in 2015, which has since grown tremendously with the development of an industry leading cyber program for their brokers and clients. As he focuses on the rapidly expanding cyber insurance market, Patrick is determined to provide his brokers the tools they need to give their clients peace of mind when addressing the exposures of the modern world.August 23, 2018Chapter Leader Webinar: Board Dynamics - Tapping Into Talent | 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. CDTEvery Chapter needs strong leadership. No matter how success is defined, Chapters need the best possible board of directors to guide the Chapter's programs. This webinar focuses on learning how to foster board cohesiveness and collaboration by knowing the dynamics of the board makeup. The goal is to create genuine partnerships and unity with, and among, board members.Trevor Mitchell, MBA, CAE, executive director and CEO at American Mensa Limited, oversees the day-to-day operations of the National Office. He works with the Chair and other national representatives on international Mensa issues that impact American Mensa and also works with the Mensa Foundation on its projects and programs.August 28, 2018Budgeting: Move Towards Automation | 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. CDTFor financial professionals, the budget process has always been at the forefront, but in recent years it has taken on new importance among budget committees, general managers and members alike. For years, the club industry has relied on Excel and manual data entry to produce their budgets and forecasts, a system at great risk for errors that can replicate throughout the process. Attend this session for the tools necessary to help streamline the budget process, improve operations and ensure greater accuracy.Jonathon Goodman, CPA, CHAE, is the current club controller at Frenchman's Creek Beach and Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. He has successfully implemented several innovative programs related to the automation of many accounting and membership functions.Learn More>

Announcing Recipient of the John Cahill Student Seat for the 2018 CIO Summit

1 August 2018
Congratulations to Juan Jesus Trevino, student of the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of Houston, for receiving the John H. Cahill CIO Summit Scholarship. Honoring HFTP Past President and HFTP International Hospitality Technology Hall of Fame inductee John H. Cahill. The upcoming CIO Summit, sponsored by HFTP, will be held September 5-7, 2018 in Seattle, Washington USA."With a stellar academic background and good hospitality and IT work experience, we believe Juan has a bright future and solid potential in hospitality technology ahead of him," said Dr. Agnes DeFranco.After graduating from a magnet high school with advancement placement, Trevino decided to attend his local community college for one semester to finish all the required core classes. He obtained his associates degree in one semester at South Texas College with a perfect 4.0 GPA before transferring to the University of Houston. With only one semester's work at UH, and wanting to know about the many facets of the hospitality industry, he joined the HFTP Cougar Chapter and the Texas Restaurant Association Cougar Chapter at the Hilton College, and the Undergraduate Real Estate Scholars association at the business college. In the summer of 2016 and 2017, Trevino contributed in a major network upgrade at Arenas Del Mar, an 80-room resort hotel in Tampico, Mexico. This project involved rewiring and installation of new devices throughout the property.Mr. Trevino is studying hotel and restaurant management with plans to graduate in May of 2020.The creation of the John Cahill Honorary Seat was a special addition to the annual CIO Summit. Each year one student is awarded an exclusive invitation to attend the CIO Summit in Mr. Cahill's honor. Hospitality Upgrade first announced this special addition at the John Cahill Memorial Reception at HITEC 2016 in New Orleans. "When the CIO Summit was in its early stages, John was committed to being there and to help make it a success," said Rich Siegel. "John attended our very first CIO Summit in 2002 and he encouraged others to join us. He was a true advocate for the industry and hotel technology."The John Cahill Honorary Seat is awarded to one distinguished student from a selected university or four-year college with a hotel program. This student is recommended by his or her professors as an individual with great potential in the hotel technology industry. The selected student will be given an exclusive opportunity to network and learn beside our industry's best and brightest technology leaders for the duration of the CIO Summit.John Cahill was a hotel technology professional, industry leader, mentor, father and friend. Over the course of his career, Cahill was the CIO for three hotel companies - ITT Sheraton, InterContinental Hotels and The Denihan Hospitality Group. Cahill's list of industry contributions is extensive, including co-editing the inaugural CHTP exam in 1995. Cahill was inducted into the HFTP International Hospitality Technology Hall of Fame in 1993, and was an HFTP Global Past President (2001-2002). Above all, Cahill was a mentor. Hospitality Upgrade's Rich Siegel wished to see his memory live on by presenting one student each year with an exclusive opportunity to attend an otherwise closed-door, invitation-only CIO Summit, allowing the student to sit in John's seat for the two-day event. "It's something we know John would have loved," Siegel said.The previous recipients of this award include inaugural recipient Spencer Rung, a 2016 graduate of the Penn State School of Hospitality Management; and the 2017 recipient, Andrew Trupia, a graduate of the University of Nevada - Las Vegas who is currently working at the Beverly Hills Hotel.Read full article>CIO Summit>

Last Day to Earn CPE Credits from HITEC Houston

30 July 2018
For those who attended HITEC Houston and want to receive educational credits for their participation, please fill out the following form to receive CPE credits. Today is the last day to submit education credits. #HITECtx

HFTP CEO Frank Wolfe Honored as Most Influential Hospitality Association CEO 2018

25 July 2018
Frank I. Wolfe, CEO for Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP), was recognized as Most Influential Association CEO 2018 in Hospitality by the European-based corporate finance publication Acquisition International (AI). Published by AI Global Media, AI is a monthly magazine that seeks to inform and shape the global corporate conversation through a combination of high quality editorial rigorous research and an experienced and dedicated worldwide network of advisors experts and contributors."This is truly an honor, but is really a testament to our talented staff as well as the HFTP Global Board of Directors and our Executive Committee. The past few years have been marked by significant progress for HFTP, as we have established long-planned events that place us as an internationally influential organization. This honor is a notable recognition for all the efforts we have put in," says Mr. Wolfe. "We have also made available our signature services such as quality education and resources to the global hospitality finance and technology community. I am proud that our efforts have been recognized by such an esteemed publication, but I also know that we have much more to accomplish."Recipients of the brand new honor are internally researched, shortlisted, judged and selected. The publication's in-house research team looks into the global industry thoroughly in order to determine those most deserving of the accolade. Some factors the team takes into consideration include the nominee's significant achievements over the past calendar year, company and career profile, commitment towards innovation and company performance under the individual's leadership.Wolfe has been with HFTP since March 1991, and assumed the CEO position in 1994. He has overseen the positive evolution and growth of the association. Under Wolfe, HFTP has made a number of bold moves towards global expansion, new club conferences, and many organized clusters of members around the world. In 2017, HFTP also expanded its Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC), the largest hospitality technology conference brand in the world with two additional events in Europe and Dubai, in addition to its annual North American event. He also spearheaded the hospitality-specific search site Pineapplesearch.com and HFTP news sites, topic specific sites for hospitality finance, technology, club, food and beverage, GDPR and the HFTP association.To read more about Frank Wolfe, including articles he has written, visit his bio page on the HFTP web site. For more information about HFTP, visit www.hftp.org.About HFTP Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP), established in 1952, is a hospitality nonprofit association headquartered in Austin, Texas USA with offices in Hong Kong, United Kingdom, The Netherlands and Dubai. HFTP is recognized as the spokes group for the finance and technology segments of the hospitality industry with an international network of members and stakeholders. HFTP uniquely understands the industry's pressing issues, and assists its stakeholders in finding solutions to their challenges more efficiently than any organization. HFTP offers expert networks, educational resources, career development programs, research, leadership opportunities and conferences and events. HFTP produces international events throughout the year, including the world's largest hospitality technology tradeshow and conference brand: HITEC. The association also owns the world's only hospitality-specific search engine: PineappleSearch.com. For more information about HFTP, visit www.hftp.org.For the latest news, visit the HFTP News page at news.hftp.org and the HFTP Connect blog at blog.hftp.org.Follow HFTP on social media Facebook (@HFTPGlobal); LinkedIn; Twitter (@HFTP); Instagram (@HFTP_HITEC). Stay tuned to HFTP's industry-specific, informational news sites: HFTP News, HITEC Bytes, HFTP Club Bytes, HFTP Finance Bytes, HFTP GDPR Bytes and HFTP FB Bytes. HFTP event photos are available on Flickr, and HFTP event videos are available on YouTube.###

HFTP Annual Convention 2018 Online Registration Now Open, Keynotes Announced

24 July 2018
Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) has opened online registration for its Annual Convention, which it has produced since 1952. Following the traditional event format, the event will offer a variety of educational sessions, networking and vendor opportunities. HFTP has secured two keynote speakers who will discuss topics relating to productivity, engagement, collaboration and communication in the workplace: Colette Carlson and Curt Steinhorst. The HFTP Annual Convention will take place from October 24-26 at the brand new Omni Louisville Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky USA.HFTP Annual Convention full registration attendees will have access to three days of education, two days of table top exhibits, a Welcome Reception and a formal HFTP Tribute to Success dinner and dance. The 2018 schedule of events is available on the HFTP website, and will be continuously updated until the event. Additionally, Annual Convention will feature a business meeting and the HFTP Helps Silent Auction benefiting the HFTP Foundation during the HFTP Tribute to Success. The HFTP Greater Louisville Chapter will also host a social night event on October 25, 2018 at the Kentucky Derby Museum to support the HFTP Helps fundraiser."HFTP is excited to host Annual Convention in Louisville, Kentucky this year," said HFTP CEO Frank Wolfe. "Annual Convention is created specifically with our association's members best interests in mind - join us this October for hospitality education, networking, exhibits, vendor interaction, fundraising, fun social events and more."The dynamic event program will provide relevant industry information for hospitality professionals. Vendor interaction this year will allow attendees to meet with participating companies at table top exhibits. Exhibits will be open to attendees on Wednesday evening during the Welcome Reception, as well as during breaks and lunch on the following Thursday.Visit the Annual Convention page on the HFTP website for complete information about all conference events, including the program schedule, hotel and travel details and more. For more information about HFTP's Annual Convention and other global activities, contact the HFTP Meetings & Special Events Department at education@hftp.org or visit www.hftp.org.Coming up, HFTP's Florida Regional Conference will take place July 25-27, 2018 at the Sarasota Westin in Sarasota, Florida USA - immediately followed by HFTP's inaugural Club Forum which will take place July 28, 2018 at the same location. HITEC Dubai will take place December 5-6 at the Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai, UAE. For more information about HFTP's international events, visit www.hftp.org and www.hitec.org or contact the HFTP Meetings & Special Events Department at education@hftp.org.About HFTP Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP), established in 1952, is a hospitality nonprofit association headquartered in Austin, Texas USA with offices in Hong Kong, United Kingdom, The Netherlands and Dubai. HFTP is recognized as the spokes group for the finance and technology segments of the hospitality industry with an international network of members and stakeholders. HFTP uniquely understands the industry's pressing issues, and assists its stakeholders in finding solutions to their challenges more efficiently than any organization. HFTP offers expert networks, educational resources, career development programs, research, leadership opportunities and conferences and events. HFTP produces international events throughout the year, including the world's largest hospitality technology tradeshow and conference brand: HITEC. The association also owns the world's only hospitality-specific search engine: PineappleSearch.com. For more information about HFTP, visit www.hftp.org.For the latest news, visit the HFTP News page at news.hftp.org and the HFTP Connect blog at blog.hftp.org.Follow HFTP on social media: Facebook (@HFTPGlobal); LinkedIn; Twitter (@HFTP); Instagram (@HFTP_HITEC). Stay tuned to HFTP's industry-specific, informational news sites: HFTP News, HITEC Bytes, HFTP Club Bytes, HFTP Finance Bytes, HFTP GDPR Bytes and HFTP FB Bytes. HFTP event photos are available on Flickr, and HFTP event videos are available on YouTube.

HFTP Paragon Award Nominations Due August 10, 2018

20 July 2018
Do you have a colleague who has made a lasting contribution to both HFTP and the hospitality industry? HFTP is accepting Paragon Award nominations until August 10, 2018.In 1999, HFTP established the annual, prestigious Paragon Award to recognize individuals who have made a significant and lasting contribution to both HFTP and the hospitality industry. Paragon Award nominees can be HFTP members; representatives of industry-related associations, societies, or trade publications; or leaders from hospitality businesses, educational institutions, and other related disciplines. A panel of industry experts selects the award winner who will be recognized at HFTP's Annual Convention in October.The nomination and selection process begins in the summer of each year. For more information on the Paragon Award, contact Eliza Selig at +1 (512) 249-5333 or (800) 646-4387.Click here for the nomination form. Click here to learn more about the HFTP Paragon Award.

Annual Convention 2018: A True HFTP Experience in the Land of the Kentucky Derby

20 July 2018
On the bank of the Ohio River in the east south-central region of the United States looms Kentucky’s largest city, Louisville — home to the famed Kentucky Derby horse race, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) and Louisville Slugger baseball bats.

HFTP and HSMAI Region Europe to Co-locate 2019 European Conferences in Palma de Mallorca, Spain

19 July 2018
In the wake of the last two years' co-location of HFTP's HITEC Europe in Amsterdam and HSMAI Region Europe's ROC & DOC (Revenue Optimization Conference and Distribution Optimization Conference), the two organizations have agreed to extend their partnership to next year. For the very first time the events will take place in Palma De Mallorca, Spain. Next year's venue will be the hotel and convention center Palau de Congressos in Palma, and the events will take place between April 9-11, 2019. HFTP's HITEC Europe will take place April 10-11, 2019. Learn more at www.hitec.org and https://hsmai.eu."Our joint efforts in Amsterdam, where HTFP's HITEC Europe 2018 and our ROC & DOC took place turned out to serve both parties' interests, prompting us to seek a renewal of the fruitful partnership," says HSMAI Region Europe President and CEO Ingunn Hofseth. "Many view Mallorca as the heartland of the Spanish hospitality industry. With regard to logistics Mallorca has the third largest airport in Spain, after Barcelona and Madrid, with lots of direct flights, especially low-cost airlines, from all over Europe. In Palma we also find most of the major Spanish group HQs, such as Melia, Barcelo, Iberostar, Riu, Pineiro and of course lots of smaller groups and independent hotels and other important companies in the hotel and travel industry," she continues.HFTP and HSMAI's goals are coinciding and interwoven on so many levels that an extensive cooperation has proven to be highly useful for both parties."HFTP's goal is to build HITEC Europe into an important annual event to exchange and shape current ideas and trends across multiple disciplines within hospitality. Having HSMAI Region Europe's ROC and DOC conferences and other activities co-located with HITEC Europe boosts this goal as it will bring top professionals in revenue management and marketing together with HITEC's technology and finance professionals, all areas that are woven together in the hospitality sphere," says HFTP CEO Frank Wolfe in a statement.HITEC is considered one of the world's leading conferences in hospitality technology, with conferences held in the U.S., the Middle East and Europe, among which the American one the largest. HSMAI Region Europe has attended the U.S. HITEC in Houston before, held in cooperation with HSMAI in America, by the way, rendering the partnership a highly international one.Read the Full Press Release>HITEC Europe Website>HSMAI Region Europe Website>

HFTP Announces Three New Global Chapters and Expands Student Chapter Networks

18 July 2018
Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) is excited to announce that three new, local chapters have recently been chartered: HFTP Greater Louisville Chapter, HFTP New York University Student Chapter and HFTP Kansas State University Student Chapter. HFTP chapters provide a wide array of benefits to an association's membership -- not the least of which is the collaborative building of knowledge and camaraderie among local and like-minded industry professionals.HFTP's local chapters help industry professionals in the area expand their network, increase educational opportunities and build strong face-to-face connections with peers. Moreover, HFTP chapters give association members support, tools and resources to advance in their hospitality career."We are pleased to welcome these three new chapters to HFTP," said HFTP CEO Frank Wolfe. "HFTP is determined to efficiently serve its members across the globe, so we are excited to provide more expanded networks in additional local areas."HFTP currently has more than 76 local chapters providing opportunities for networking and education throughout the world. HFTP members can attend chapter meetings to connect with their local network of HFTP members and share solutions with professionals in the community. Chapters hold regular educational and social meetings, as well as participate in projects to benefit area charities.HFTP's Greater Louisville Chapter is currently is led by: Chapter President Joshua Bergen, CHAE, CHTP, controller at VENZA; Chapter Vice President Deuce Sapp, CIO at Al J. Schneider Company; Chapter Treasurer Ashley Barke, senior tax manager at MCM CPAs & Advisors; Chapter Secretary Paul West, hospitality technology consultant at Technical Solution Services.HFTP's New York University Student Chapter is currently is led by: Chapter President Hartanto Yuwo, CHIA, student at New York University; Chapter Vice President Harini Premnath, student at New York University; Chapter Treasurer Xinyi Zhu, student at New York University; Chapter Secretary Yixuan Li, student at New York University; Chapter Faculty Adviser Recep "Richie" Karaburun, clinical assistant professor at New York University.HFTP's Kansas State University Chapter is currently is led by: Chapter President Neda Shabani, student at Kansas State University; Chapter Vice President Prasanna Kansakar, student at Kansas State University; Chapter Treasurer Vahid Behzada, student at Kansas State University; Chapter Secretary Dalton Hahn, student at Kansas State University; Chapter Faculty Adviser Arslan Munir, Ph.D., assistant professor at Kansas State University.For more information about HFTP chapters, visit www.hftp.org. For more information about HFTP's new chapters, read this blog on HFTP Connect.About HFTP Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP), established in 1952, is a hospitality nonprofit association headquartered in Austin, Texas USA with offices in Hong Kong, United Kingdom, The Netherlands and Dubai. HFTP is recognized as the spokes group for the finance and technology segments of the hospitality industry with an international network of members and stakeholders. HFTP uniquely understands the industry's pressing issues, and assists its stakeholders in finding solutions to their challenges more efficiently than any organization. HFTP offers expert networks, educational resources, career development programs, research, leadership opportunities and conferences and events. HFTP produces international events throughout the year, including the world's largest hospitality technology tradeshow and conference brand: HITEC. The association also owns the world's only hospitality-specific search engine: PineappleSearch.com. For more information about HFTP, visit www.hftp.org.For the latest news, visit the HFTP News page at news.hftp.org and the HFTP Connect blog at blog.hftp.org.Follow HFTP on social media: Facebook (@HFTPGlobal); LinkedIn; Twitter (@HFTP); Instagram (@HFTP_HITEC). Stay tuned to HFTP's industry-specific, informational news sites: HFTP News, HITEC Bytes, HFTP Club Bytes, HFTP Finance Bytes, HFTP GDPR Bytes and HFTP FB Bytes. HFTP event photos are available on Flickr, and HFTP event videos are available on YouTube.

RSVP Today for the HFTP Hong Kong IT Working Group Interest Meeting: July 27, 2018

17 July 2018
You are invited! Are you in the Hong Kong area and work in hospitality? HFTP is hosting an IT Working Group Interest Meeting on July 27, 2018 where hospitality IT professionals in the area will be able to meet and discuss the latest industry trends and network with colleagues. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about HFTP, an international association; and the projects and programs it produces to support the professional hospitality finance and technology community. There will also be a presentation from HFTP CEO Frank Wolfe during the meeting. Arrivals and networking starts at 18:30 HKT.Event details:27 July 2018 | 18:30 - 21:00 HKTLocation: Hotel Icon | Hong Kong Polytechnic University17 Science Museum Road Tsim Sha Tsui EastKowloon, Hong KongRSVP today: http://bit.ly/2uui9fz

2018 HFTP Florida Regional Conference

17 July 2018
HFTP's Florida Regional Conference is taking place July 25-27, 2018 at The Westin Sarasota in Sarasota, Florida USA. Join an estimated 150 professionals in the hospitality finance and technology field for three days of guest speakers, vendor exhibits and educational advancement. The 2018 HFTP Florida Regional schedule of events can be found here. Thank you to the event sponsors. Visit the event website to learn more.Hosted by the HFTP Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, HFTP Manasota Chapter and HFTP University of South Florida Sarasota - Manatee Chapter. Click here to learn more about HFTP chapters and find an HFTP chapter near you today.

Upcoming HFTP Chapter Events

16 July 2018
Check out the upcoming HFTP chapter event calendar. Click here to view the upcoming events.HFTP has more than 76 local chapters throughout the world. Attend chapter meetings to connect with your local network of HFTP members and share solutions with professionals in your community. Chapters provide tremendous opportunities for education and networking. Find a HFTP chapter and get involved today. MoreHFTP chapters offer several opportunities for involvement and leadership, from officers and committee members to volunteers. Get involved with HFTP at the local level and beyond. MoreHFTP offers chapter leaders chapter specific online webinars through a series of education training webinars. MoreLearn more about HFTP chapters>Find a chapter near you>

Introducing HFTP's 2018-2019 Global Board

11 July 2018
HFTP is pleased to announce the official slate for the 2018–2019 Global Board of Directors. Each year, the nominating committee — comprised of past HFTP Global past presidents, advisory council chairs and chapter presidents — is tasked with selecting HFTP members to replace the outgoing directors of the HFTP Global Board.

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