NRA workshop made possible through volunteers
Albany, New York - When it comes to events like NRA's Club University, there is more to the operation than those who step in front of the microphone and give a speech. There are the unsung individuals who operate behind the scenes to make things possible. One of those people who made the trip to add such support is Field Operations' own Tiffany Ngu.
Tiffany is a Financial Coordinator for Friends of the NRA. Though her regular duties don't include attending events like Club University, she came to Albany along with the rest of the staff to lend a hand where ever necessary.
"There's always things that need doing," explained Marketing Manager Son Nguyen. "Registration, the recording and cataloging of data here at the conference, dealing with the hotel staff while we're presenting, or packing boxes for our return trip to headquarters. People like Tiffany step up to the plate, accept the challenge and make our job that much easier."
Though constantly on the run, Tiffany was able to pop in to to hear some of what Club University has to offer. "Ron Rosenberg was fantastic, and Amanda really rallied the crowd with her presentation of NRA programs," said Tiffany. "But I didn't get to see the whole thing. There was just so much to do."
Maybe next time, at the Club University in Sacramento this Fall, she'll get to hear a little more.