AIMBE President’s Circle

 

All Fellows are invited to advance medical and biological engineering and join the President’s Circle by making a contribution that will benefit AIMBE and qualify you for an important tax benefit. The President’s Circle is an exclusive group of AIMBE Fellows that voluntarily give AIMBE a financial gift of $250 or more (above and beyond annual dues and meeting registration). This gift is so important to AIMBE but also provides you a special tax benefit.

To join the President’s Circle, use this LINK to contribute by credit card. I am hopeful you will make this the year you will write a check and join the President’s Circle. I’ll be watching for your gift and I look forward to inviting you to participate in the President’s Circle reception at the AIMBE Annual Meeting.

While the President’s Circle is the public recognition of your financial support, your funds will be dedicated solely to AIMBE’s aggressive mission advocating for medical and biological engineering. Never has this mission been more important.

Contributions to the President’s Circle are directed to an initiative led by the AIMBE President. In 2017-2018, this initiative focuses on diversity in medical and biological engineering. Women and underrepresented minorities have made incredible strides and contributed immensely to innovations in the field, often while facing obstacles and barriers to success. A developing AIMBE effort will be to highlight these individuals, recognize their success as well as obstacles to achievement, and provide up-to-date information on how women and underrepresented minorities are faring in the field, including important pipeline issues. AIMBE will launch this initiative later this year, supported by President Circle contributions.

Please give a gift of $250 to AIMBE’s mission and do it today to receive a tax benefit from this contribution. The President’s Circle Reception is held annually at the AIMBE Annual Meeting and is hosted by AIMBE President Christine Schmidt, Ph.D. A special guest of the AIMBE President will provide remarks about the future of the field, including how to stay engaged for the most impact.

Thank you for your support of AIMBE’s mission.

Warmest regards,

Christine

Christine Schmidt, Ph.D.
President, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE)
1400 I Street, N.W., Suite 235, Washington, DC 20005
(202) 496-9660 | aimbe.org