The AGA will be hosting its annual meetings the week after the US Open and various e-Go Congress tournaments. Most of these are open to all and we encourage you to attend. We have included the Zoom one-click link for the open meetings below. If you have questions or cannot use Zoom, contact the meeting convener for additional connection information. For the AGF and AGA Board meetings contact the convener for connection details.
Short description for meetings:
AGF/AGA Board Meetings: These are regular meetings of the respective Board of Directors for the organizations. They discuss and approve goals and policy for the organizations at large. The AGA Board Agenda can be found on our Minutes page
General Assembly: In-person version of this group where chapter leaders from across the country discuss different topics and items affecting the organization. Past minutes for these Assemblies can be found here
AGA Developers: Regular meeting for the Developer team. Previous minutes for the meetings can be found on their Minutes page
AGA Website: Find out and ask questions about the website. Any public information will be answered. If there are questions on operations or where to find information this can be helped here.
Strong Players Meeting: For 6d+ players in the organization to discuss issues with the President.
Pandanet AGA City League: Meet the TD, Learn about the next year of the tournament, give input changes.
Information Session: Meet with the national coordinator and answer questions you may have for running these tournaments.
Chapter Services Session: Meet with the Chapter Services coordinator and answer questions you have about the chapters systems.
Future Congress Leaders of America: Interested in running a congress one day? Come here to learn what's involved!
Life Member Luncheon: Are you a Life Member? Come join us for a socially-distanced lunch with fellow Lifers.
AGA Current Volunteer Meeting: It's the time where we all get together as the entire volunteer staff to discuss our own issues.
Volunteer Recruitment: What did you think of the Congress? Do you think you could add something to the AGA or its sister organizations? Come join us and find out where you can fit in.