Regina McGee

Editor, Religious Conference Manager

rmcgee2125@verizon.net

Regina McGee is a long-time journalist and editor in the meetings and conventions field. She started her career as an editor with Successful Meetings, was the lead editor for Association Meetings magazine for 14 years, and in 2006 moved on to manage the successful launch of a new publication for the faith-based meetings market. In October 2009, she became the editor of Religious Conference Manager, the official publication of the Religious Conference Management Association. She is working closely with the association's new leadership to take the publication to the next level in both the print and digital realms. Over the years she has won 10 editorial awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors. She lives in Central Massachusetts with her husband and two children.

Articles by Regina McGee
Copenhagen Leads the Way
More than 15,000 participants from around the world converged in Copenhagen for two weeks in December during the United Nation's 15th Climate Change Conference
Sustainable Meetings: Why Copenhagen Leads the Way
More than 15,000 participants from around the world converged in Copenhagen for two weeks in December during the United Nation’s 15th Climate Change Conference (COP15). The conference was a golden opportunity to showcase an impressive array of investments and initiatives that have put Copenhagen in the forefront of green-meetings destinations. Here's a look at a few:
Climate Conference Aims to Shake Up Meetings Industry
We've got a behind-the-scenes report straight from the Climate Conference in Copenhagen, where meetings industry leaders hope to set the tone for sustainability, and the United Nations World Tourism Organization just announced its "Live the Deal" campaign for green travel.
Lessons Learned: How the Economic Crisis Has Led Four Faith Groups to Revamp and Recharge Their Meetings
It's not surprising that many faith-based meeting planners are scrambling to find ways to continue to produce affordable, high-impact meetings and conventions with reduced budgets and staff. Here's a look at how four groups are meeting this challenge, and in some cases, finding a silver lining
Linekin Bay Resort
For small groups looking for an informal, Down East meeting experience, Linekin Bay Resort (www.linekinbayresort.com) offers some unusual attractions.
Stowe, Vermont
I was surprised to find one of the largest spas in the Northeast at this 110-room hotel/townhouse complex in the popular mountain town of Stowe, Vt. Stoweflake
What Keeps You Up At Night?
When a group of convention professionals talks about what keeps them up at night it's bound to be a conversation that takes a lot twists and turns.
Saying Goodbye to Readers and Friends
Reader, it's time to say goodbye. After 14 years at the helm of Association Meetings, I am moving on to another job in publishing. It's a bittersweet
Here's to a Polished Lady
On the 20th of this month, bigwigs of the convention industry will gather in Boston at the Convention Industry Council's biennial Hall of Leaders gala
ECEF Packs a Punch in One-Day Conference
More than 140 executives gathered at the Washington (D.C.) Convention Center June 15 for the by-invitation-only Exhibition and Convention Executives Forum
Industry Groups Explore New Paths
There are those of us who have been around the meeting industry long enough to remember when a decade would go by with little but cosmetic change ruffling
Fear and Loathing: Avian Flu 2006
I can't recall an issue in which we've had such a difficult time coming up with a cover concept as we've had with this one. How do you communicate a potentially
Big Membership Jump For IAEM
Dallas-based International Association for Exhibition Management has seen a 16 percent increase in membership since its new dues structure went into effect in January, said IAEM leaders at a press teleconference on Thursday. For the first time ever, IAEM membership now tops 4,000 individuals.
Time to Knock on New Doors
As our No Vacancy feature makes clear (page 34), today's hotel seller's market is not like ones in the past, when the gap between supply and demand wasn't
PCMA Returns to Its Roots
Returning to the city that hosted its first meeting 50 years ago, the Professional Convention Management Association drew more than 3,000 attendees to

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