As a speaker, you hereby grant permission to CAI-MI to record, in any manner, your presentation. You further grant CAI-MI a nonexclusive, irrevocable, license to use, reproduce, make derivative works, publish, distribute, and/or sell the recording, transcript, and/or handouts and related materials of your presentation. CAI-MI is allowed to post your handouts and related materials on its website.
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You warrant and represent that, to the best of your knowledge, nothing in your presentation violates any proprietary or personal rights of others, including without limitation, any copyright or privacy rights. You further warrant and represent that your presentation is your own original work, which you have the right and authority to make this Release and Agreement, and that you are the sole owner of copyright or that you have obtained all necessary permission or licenses from any persons or organizations whose materials are included or used in your presentation. You understand that you will not receive any royalty or other compensation from CAI-MI for the use of your presentation and materials in any form.
You authorize CAI-MI permission to use your name, likeness, photograph and biographical data in connection with the use and promotion of your presentation.
You agree to comply with the guidelines set by the National and Michigan Chapter of the Community Association Institute and the Education and Program Committees. This includes, but is not limited, to not promoting your company and services and/or providing marketing materials at the Program. You further agree to not interfere with the Sponsor of the Program from presenting its brief presentation at the beginning of your Program. You also agree to conduct yourself in a professional manner so as not to create a negative impression in the eyes of the attendees
Purpose and Goals
A person may be asked to speak at a variety of Chapter functions. This is an opportunity for the speaker to share their expertise with the attendees. This is not an opportunity to solicit business or speak about their specific firm/company.
Below are some of the guidelines associated with being a speaker at a Chapter event:
A speaker may not speak at more than three Chapter events during a year (excluding ABCs and the Annual Conference).
Prior to the event, the speaker may call the Executive Director to find out how many people will be in attendance. This is especially important if the speaker is bring their own handouts; which is highly encouraged.
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