Deidre Gish-Panjada, senior vice president of management services at AMP Management Services, has been elected president of the AMC Institute’s 2013–2014 board of directors.
Gish-Panjada has been an AMCI board member since 2009, and has served as a director, secretary, treasurer, and president-elect. “The coming year will be an exciting one for AMC Institute given its marketing efforts to promote the association management company model, and we are glad Dede will be there to lead the way,” said Jaime Nolan, AMC Institute immediate past president.
In her role at Olathe, Kan.–based AMP, Gish-Panjada oversees the leadership teams for the company’s association management clients.
“AMP is pleased to support Dede as she continues herleadership role within AMC Institute,” said Lori Tinkler, AMP’s chief operating officer. “Dede’s experience and pursuit of excellence make her an asset to the association management field.”
The vote took place at the AMC Institute’s 2013 annual meeting February 13–15 at the Loews Don CeSar Hotel in St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. The AMC Institute is a trade association representing association management companies.