“An Unprecedented 2020 Legislative Session”
It began on January 13th, 2020 and lasted 135 days, adjourning on May 26th. But that’s not
what made it remarkable. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, about 40% of that time was spent in
an extended recess. More bills were introduced this year than in any session on record yet only
5% of them made it to the Governor’s desk. Unfortunately, our bill was not one of them.

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“Are you my leader?”

Do you see yourself as a leader? Many of us don’t, but in fact, everyone is a leader. We lead our selves, our families, our work teams, and some of us choose to be leaders in our profession.
The question is not whether or not we are leaders. The question is, “how well do we lead?” Are
we leading consciously or unconsciously? Good leaders lead consciously, which means they are
aware of their thoughts and choose their actions rather than reacting to a situation.
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Through the Eyes of a Student Delegate

I will be honest, I went into the virtual House of Delegates pouting and being generally bratty about the fact that I was not going to be a part of the in-person action. I thought Covid-19 had all but ruined everything, and I was about to be robbed of the excitement of a LIVE House of Delegates. I am so glad to say that I was really very wrong! The ADHA made the virtual aspect of the House very easy to navigate.

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Virtual House of Delegates

Trinity Cleveland, District XI Trustee

First, I’d like to thank all of you for your support during my run for ADHA Vice President.
Although I was not elected to the position, I am grateful to have had the experience and I look
forward to serving you as ADHA District XI Trustee for a fourth year! The ADHA Board of
Trustees continues to work hard to make well-informed decisions that will support you now and
throughout your career.

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