Find A Thriving Digital Community at AHACON22!

Performers and artists. Leading legal minds. Elected officials at all levels of government. A humanist chaplain. A humanist celebrant. These are just some of the outstanding speakers and humanist awardees scheduled to attend the American Humanist Association’s 81st Annual Conference on June 24th-26th.

The AHA takes pride in our thought-provoking and fun event, filling two days with sessions, activities, meet and greets, and sharing. It’s chock-full of diverse expert speakers on topics that matter most to the humanist movement. This year’s event is totally different from anything we’ve ever done before with live performances and revolutionary presenters—yet it includes some of the most popular virtual community-building aspects of last year’s conference.

AHACON22—with the theme Unity. Community. Opportunity.—is all about helping humanists connect with one another directly, but virtually, and growing our community through the exploration of the most critical issues facing us today. As the nation’s largest humanist organization, it is our goal to help our members and supporters connect and to provide new opportunities for our movement to grow, succeed, and make a positive impact.

That’s why, with this year’s conference, we’re creating a vibrant virtual community together with hundreds of humanists across the country. When you register for AHACON22, you gain access to all the social aspects of the Conference, including thought-proving and fun Community Board discussions, casual video meet-ups with other attendees, inspiring and interesting photo boards and articles posted by Conference attendees, and the opportunity to find other humanists with the same interests and exchange contact information to create lasting connections.

Here’s a glimpse of some of the conversations taking place RIGHT NOW on AHACON22’s Community Boards:

Regional humanist introductions – join a chat with other humanists in your area
What should AHA priorities be?
What’s your favorite travel destination?
What Olympic sport would you like to compete in?

Inspired by these topics or don’t see anything that interests you? Start your own discussion! If you are already registered for the Conference, go to the Community Boards on the webpage or on the app and open a new topic. If you aren’t registered yet, join us now! In addition to meeting new friends, you won’t want to miss our numerous sessions, networking opportunities, and performances.

Join in on the festivities today! To register, visit