Board of Pensions to hold listening session

gbphb_stackedGlenview, IL — The General Board of Pension and Health Benefits of The United Methodist Church (GBPHB) invites interested plan participants and other constituents to address the board of directors during a Listening Session on Thursday, November 7, 2013 in Chapel Hill, NC.

The GBPHB board of directors’ Listening Session gives board members an opportunity to hear points of view related to the mission and work of the agency. Short, 10-minute presentations provide the option to participate in person or by conference call, video/DVD to be played, or by mail/e-mail message to be read during the Listening Session at the discretion of the board chairperson. The session is held during the regularly scheduled board meetings in various jurisdictions during the year.

To place your name and topic on the agenda and for specific presentation requirements, please call Colette Nies by October 16 at 1-800-269-2244, extension 4296, or e-mail Colette at cnies@gbophb.org.

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