Spring Leaders Meeting
8-10 June 2013
Raleigh Convention Center and Raleigh Marriott Hotel City Center
Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Meeting Schedule and General Session Agendas
Resources for groups not meeting at SLM
Department sub-committees and Society-level Committees are encouraged to use technology options to complete their work prior to the SLM. Don’t wait until May to initiate activities. Start NOW. Click here for details on available resources available for online meetings or contact your designated ISA staff support liaison.
Attendees and their guests may register online. Advance registration is encouraged
Group Event - A Taste of North Carolina Buffet
Join your fellow ISA leaders on Saturday evening for a "Taste of North Carolina" buffet. Tickets are required and are only $25.00/person. A benefit of having the Spring Leaders Meeting in Raleigh is the chance to network with the ISA staff and the group event will be the best opportunity for this networking. Don't miss it.
Mixed field greens salad with assorted dressings
Cider braised turkey with red oak gravy
Slow roaster shoulder of pork with sumac – rosemary rub, cherry sauce
Green tomato ratatouille
Broiled garden vegetables with parmesan crust
Five cheese macaroni
Yeast rolls and butter
After Dinner Coffee and Desserts Station
Pistachio Cannoli Cream shooters
Mini red velvet cupcakes
Pecan Pie bites
Sweet potato pie bites
Housing and Travel Information
Raleigh Marriott City Center
500 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, North Carolina 27601
ISA Group Rate: $154.00 USD single/double
Deadline for group rate: You must make your hotel reservation by 21 May in order to receive the special ISA rate.
Reservations may be made online or by calling Marriott reservations directly at +1 800-228-9290 or +1-919-833-1120. Ask for the ISA Leaders Meeting room block.
For those arriving by air, closest airport is Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU)
Requested attire for the Spring Leaders Meeting is elevated business casual.
Useful Raleigh Links
Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau
Raleigh Convention Center