AM S Headquarters has been a full nod e on the Internet for mor e than a year. The feedback regarding this communicatio n capability has been tremendous. The Bulletin plans to print the electronic mail box addresses fo r staff at Headquarters and Washington, D.C, in this column each August. The e-mail addresses have been updated since last August's issue, incorporating personnel changes and changes in responsibility. The fol- lowing information includes staff name, telephone extension, e-mail address, and responsibilities, to ensure that members can reach the person who can help them the most effectively. A number of general addresses and their intended use are also listed. In addition, while 617-227-2425 continues to serve as the primary number fo r calls to AM S Headquarters, callers who know the extension of the party they wish to reach can call 617- 227-242 6 and enter the extension at the prompt. Any staff at the Washington, D.C., office ca n be reached at the primary number 202-682-9006. The Washington, D.C., office move d in May; the new address is 1200 Ne w York Ave., NW , Suite 410, Washington, DC 20005. AM S Staff Name Ext. E-mail Responsibility iabram s
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1996
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