Get ready to connect with far-flung colleagues: The FPA’s much-awaited new social networking site is live and picking up speed. Several thousand members worldwide are already connecting online, forming groups and developing their own self-directed platforms within the 24,000 member-strong organization.

“It’s the technological connection that we really need when we are spread all over the nation and, really, the world because we have an international group,” FPA President Marty Kurtz said. “When communities bubble up on their own, that’s what works. That’s at the core of why we are doing this.”

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