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 serving meetings in Greater Orlando
 Here you will find the help that you need for running
 effective  meetings.


Gene Bierbaum, PhD
​Professional Registered Parliamentarian
Get your important business done!
Get the help you need for running meetings efficiently and fairly.
Be prepared for all of the "bumps" that can occur, and keep your meetings on message.

Participants will come away confident that all are on the same page and ready to move forward.
Review of governing documents, help with agenda preparation, anticipating trouble spots.
The chairman's right-hand man during meetings.  Be ready for any new development.
Meetings run according to the current edition of Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised.
​Gene Bierbaum, PhD
Dr. Bierbaum served as Professor of Communication Studies at the State University of New York for 25 years, and was awarded the title of Professor Emeritus in 1992.  He is fully credentialed as a parliamentarian, both by the National Association of Parliamentarians and the American Institute of Parliamentarians. 
Dr. Bierbaum is experienced in writing and interpreting bylaws and other governing documents..  He serves as a key advisor to the chairman during business meetings. Upon request, he can help supervise election proceedings.  He offers valuable assistance in anticipating problem areas and doing advance preparation.
Dr. Bierbaum has served as a professional parliamentarian since 1974.  His clients have included the Association of Junior Leagues International, the National Association of Music Clubs, and the New York States Nurses Association.  Many of Dr. Bierbaum's clients have retained his services for 15-25 years.
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What is a parliamentarian?
A parliamentarian is an expert in meeting procedures.  His objectives is always to assist the organization to get its important business done efficiently and fairly.   An efficient meeting does not waste time, and stays "on message" until the meeting has accomplished its objectives.   Decisions are made by the voting members, each of whom has equal rights to be present, to discuss the issues before voting, and to have a fair tally of the vote.   Members also have the right to be fully informed of the actions taken by the group, and the consequences of those actions.  The parliamentarian is acutely aware of members' rights as he advises the chairman on the technicalities of meeting procedures.