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The Indiana Breastfeeding Coalition reserves the right to review all membership applications and to revoke membership from any individual or organization at any time. All Organizational Memberships will be reviewed by the IBC leadership team to evaluate the organizational alignment of each organization seeking membership. The IBC leadership team will determine if the Mission, Vision, and Actions of each organization qualify them for membership. In some cases, the IBC leadership team will examine an organization's close ties to other organizations or conglomerates to determine if membership is appropriate. The IBC may consider the following criteria as well as Mission, Vision, and Actions when making a determination: the core practices of the organization and its close partners, the history of the organization and its close partners, the marketing practices of the organization and its close partners, the organization and its close partner’s public policy agenda, if that organization's membership would support or detract from IBC’s actions or image, if membership would make it appear that IBC endorses a product or brand, and other criteria deemed appropriate by the IBC leadership team. If an organization is denied membership the IBC leadership team will inform the organization in writing as to the reason membership was denied.
IBC Membership Statement:
All IBC Members agree to support the IBC’s Mission and Vision.
Indiana Breastfeeding Coalition's mission is to improve public health by making breastfeeding the norm through education, advocacy, and collaboration.
Breastfeeding is the cultural and social norm throughout Indiana.
Membership is free and open to any individual or organization whose mission is consistent with the Indiana Breastfeeding Coalition's (IBC) priorities and meets the requirements for membership.
Membership Benefits and Opportunities:
Member Expectations and Responsibilities:
Members are expected to do the following:
Members reserve the right to resign their IBC membership at any time.
The IBC Annual Survey
The IBC Annual Survey is a tool by which the IBC gathers critical information about breastfeeding efforts happening around the state. The survey helps the IBC develop connections between members and helps the IBC leadership team and workgroups develop strategic engagement, data, and policy actions each year.