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Board Of Trustees Approves New Strategic Plan


At its meeting on April 15, the TFAS Board of Trustees approved a new five-year operating plan for 2010 – 2014. The plan seeks to build on the organization’s successes over the past 43 years, while remaining true to its core values. 

The operating plan includes new initiatives in the following areas: Technology and New Media, Alumni Programs and Outreach, Student Programs, Development and Donor Programs, Marketing and Communications, Organizational Partnerships. 

The objective of these strategic initiatives is to strengthen the TFAS brand and to reach more students in cost-effective ways. Details of the operational plan will be announced in future publications.


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