A New Hope

April 06, 2007

Since there is approximately one month left in the semester, I felt it was important to meet with The Morlock Foundation before spring break. On Wednesday March 27, I met with Carmaletta to over important details.
At first, I was a little hesitant to have this meeting. I was concerned that Carmaletta, the Executive Director of The Morlock Foundation, expectations were not being met. However, when we all met, everyone was very excited, which relieved me of any anxious feelings.
The main purpose of having this meeting was for me to ask Carmaletta exactly what she wanted us to produce and specifically what she wanted it to be about. In addition, we requested that she be more specific regarding her needs about this project. For about one hour we discussed several programs in which The Morlock Foundation is involved, and what Carmaletta wanted us to report on about each individual program. This was extremely helpful for me in terms of what Caramletta expected. The information provided me with a detailed understanding of my responsibilities.
The meeting generated another boost of energy and inspiration. What was even more encouraging was Carmaletta’s desire to have us return next year to continue our work. I was very appreciative of Carmaletta’s support, which ultimately reinforced our positive feelings about the work we had done for this important organization. I left feeling very encouraged and gratified. My hope is that we will be able to spend more time in the future with Carmaletta and her staff, which would allow me to continue providing a valuable contribution to her organization.

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