Sixteen RCMA members recently became certified meeting professionals.

The CMP designation recognizes those who have reached the highest achievement in meeting management.

To learn more about the CMP program and its benefits, attend the tutorial “You Too Can Become a Certified Meeting Professional” at RCMA 2007. See details of this tutorial on page 33.

RCMA congratulates the following members on their recent CMP distinction.

Associates

Jenny Conrad, CMP, Sales Manager, Gateway Center, Collinsville, Ill.

Carol Cooper, CMP, Director of Sales, Sheraton Cincinnati North Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio

Roberta Daab, CMP, Director of Sales, Fort William Henry, Lake George, N.Y.

Lori Ehnes, CMP, National Sales Manager, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston

Kathy B. Flowe, CMP, National Sales Manager, The Alabama Theatre, North Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Perry Hacker, CMP, Director, Guest House and Conference Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City

Aida M. Holmes, CMP, Director of Catering, Knott’s Berry Farm Resort Hotel, Buena Park, Calif.

Mae Ibe, CMP, Director of Convention Sales, Fox Cities of Wisconsin Convention & Visitors Bureau, Appleton, Wis.

Tim Mabe, CMP, General Manager–Special Events Center, Garland Independent School District, Garland, Texas

Whitney Morris, CMP, Conference Coordinator, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, Calif.

Meeting Planners

Jacqueline Buckley, CMP, Event Planner, The Gospel Network, Hyattsville, Md.

Sherry L. Cummins, CMP, Historian, Associates of Rochester College, South Lyon, Mich.

Deborah S. Dickerson, CMP, Conference Administrator, Messianic Jewish Alliance of America, Springfield, Pa.

LaTessa D. Hall, CMP, Special Assistant, The Fountain of Pembroke Pines, Pembroke Pines, Fla.

Jo Ann Hardy, CMP, Director of Corporate Events, Episcopal Diocese of Michigan, Detroit

Angela N. Smith, CMP, Conference Coordinator, Christian Methodist
Episcopal Church, East Hazel Crest,
Ill.