The Internal Revenue Service is in more hot water, this time for excessive conference spending. A report by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Inspector General calls out the IRS for spending $50 million on 220 employee conferences between 2010 and 2012....More
Meeting professionals from faith-based organizations gathered to learn, inspire, and be inspired by session leaders and each other at RCMA's first regional Aspire conference, held in Nashville May 20-21.
RCMA supplier member Angelina Nunez recently became the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau’s convention sales manager. Her full-time job is now working with the faith-based market in anticipation of the Religious Conference Management Association’s bringing its annual Emerge meeting to Sacramento in January of 2014....More
In the mid-1800s, people flocked to the Sacramento region to seek their fortunes in the California Gold Rush. Next February, members of the Religious Conference Management Association will head west to Sacramento for Emerge 2014....More
The Religious Conference Management Association has announced W. “Bill” Williams Jr., CMP, who recently retired from his position as vice president of diversity/sales at Choose Chicago, as the recipient of its 2013 Award of Excellence....More
The Religious Conference Management Association is developing three regional meetings in 2013, located in the U.S. regions with the largest pockets of faith-based planner members: Nashville, greater Chicago, and Colorado Springs....More
This is a guest post from Jacob Riggs, RCMA Emerge intern and Assistant Pastor at Central Free Will Baptist Church. He live blogged Thursday afternoon's general session at Emerge 2013 with featured ...More