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Congrats to Government Meeting Professionals Who Earned Their CGMP at 2020 NEC

SGMP is always proud to share who the latest CGMP designees are! CGMP stands for Certified Government Meeting Professional and is a certification SGMP offers several times a year through other state SGMP chapters as well as the National Education Conference.
The Society of Government Meeting Professionals honors the following government meeting professionals who recently earned their Certified Government Meeting Professional (CGMP) designation. These members completed the CGMP course and exam from June 22-25, 2019 prior to the 2019 National Education Conference in Detroit, Michigan. The CGMP is the highest designation available that is specifically for government meeting professionals. Each honoree attended a three-day course that gave a thorough understanding of the rule and regulations that affect government meetings, followed by a written examination.
Congratulations to our new CGMP designees:
 
Charnitamy Alexander, CGMP
Candace Anderson, CGMP
Marie Arighi, CGMP
Lisa Borucki, CGMP
Pam Brown, CGMP
Krista Cannon, CGMP
Tammy Chavez, CGMP
Lisa Cormier, CGMP
Crystal Flood, CGMP
Veronica Gittens, CGMP
Sarah Goodell, CGMP
Roslyn Hendricks, CGMP
Dawn Jakutowicz, CGMP
Marlene Livaudais, CGMP
Rebecca Llewellyn, CGMP
La Joy Matthews, CGMP
James Mays, CGMP
Kathy Morin, CGMP
Dana Mykytyn, CGMP
Tammy Novak, CGMP
Laurie Peterson, CGMP
Giuseppe Sanfilippo, CGMP
Cynnamon Spain, CGMP
Lacey Stockton, CGMP
Stacey Sumner, CGMP
Julie Vinson, CGMP
Carmen Zorick, CGMP
 
The CGMP class was taught by SGMP's Education and Training Director Garland Preddy, CGMP. More opportunities to take the CGMP are coming up! The next CGMP workshops will be held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on September 9-12, Breckenridge, Colorado on September 29-Oct 2, Vancouver, Washington on October 11-14, and in the Washington, DC area on December 3-6. Sign up today to reserve your seat and learn more about the CGMP designation.

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