Our members connect to local members and professionals through FSGA Chapters. There are currently 16 local Chapters. These local Chapters service a catchment area and are a wealth of information for issues in local communities. In addition, many Chapters offer educational sessions at their meetings which are approved by the Office of Public and Professional Guardians for Continuing Education Credits.
Chapters select Directors and Officers to guide their organization and plan and coordinate their own meetings and activities. The President (or the Designated Representative of the Chapter) serves on the Board of Directors of the FSGA and serves as a liaison between the Chapter and the statewide organization. Chapters serve as a resource and provide educational and networking opportunities for FSGA members who would like to become more involved at a local level.