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SGMP Congratulates Its New CGMPs; Announces Date for CGMP Summit

The CGMP is the highest designation available specifically for government meeting professionals including planners and suppliers. Click here to read more about the most recent CGMP designees as well as new information regarding the 2020 CGMP Summit.



The Society of Government Meeting Professionals is pleased to announce the names of government meeting professionals who have recently earned their Certified Government Meeting Professional (CGMP) designation. The CGMP is the highest designation available specifically for government meeting professionals including planners and suppliers. The most recent courses were sponsored by the SGMP Rocky Mountain Chapter in Breckenridge, Colorado on September 29-Oct 2 and by the SGMP Pacific Northwest Chapter on October 11-14 in Vancouver, Washington. Each individual attended a thorough three-day course on the rules and regulations that affect government meetings, followed by the successful completion of a written exam.
 
We extend our congratulations to our newest CGMP designees:
 
Ryan Alsup, CGMP
Robin Capra, CGMP
Becki Ellison, CGMP
Cassie Gorrell, CGMP
Shaun Hammill, CGMP
Tom Hirano, CGMP
Amber Holcomb, CGMP
Tiffany Maestas, CGMP
Keri Mills, CGMP
Stephanie Miszkowski, CGMP
Jenny Moore, CGMP
Amy Ostheimer, CGMP
John Parr, CGMP
Christina Socha, CGMP
Karen Startsman, CGMP
Kristen Taylor, CGMP

These honorees in addition to all current CGMP holders will be invited to attend the CGMP Summit on May 18, 2020 in St. Louis, Missouri. This one-day educational event will offer advanced-level training and is a great way to get hours to re-certify. We anticipate registration opening in November.

CGMP classes are taught by SGMP's Education and Training Director Garland Preddy, CGMP. More opportunities to take the CGMP are coming up! The next CGMP courses will be held in Sacramento, California on November 19-22 and in Herndon, Virginia on December 3-6. Sign up today to reserve your seat and learn more about the CGMP designation.

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