Posted 01 February 2010 | By
RAPS chapters are vital resources within the RAPS community, helping to connect and nurture local regulatory communities and creating opportunities for leadership development. They provide a local forum for regulatory professionals to share experiences and interact with colleagues. They also offer topical, local educational events. RAPS chapters are coordinated by local volunteers. Currently, there are nine active chapters in North America-Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, DC/Baltimore, New York/New Jersey, San Francisco Bay Area, Southern British Columbia, Twin Cities and Wisconsin-and several more are being organized in other parts of the world, including Israel, Switzerland and Taiwan, with the intention of making them official RAPS affiliates.