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Coeur d'Alene Resort, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

2022 National CPM Consortium Annual Meeting

Coeur d'Alene Resort, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho


All Breakfasts (Tuesday and Wednesday), Lunches, Breaks and Dinners (Monday and Tuesday) are Included in the Registration Fee

Coeur d'Alene Resort, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho


2:00 pm           Welcome and Opening General Session – Bay 3

         Welcome to Idaho – Jana Huffaker, Idaho CPM Program Manager

         Welcome to the Coeur d’Alene Resort– Randy Morgan, Red Shoe Solutions LLC

  • Unique History of the Coeur d’Alene Resort

         Welcome & Overview of Annual Meeting Schedule – Marci Campbell, Consortium Chair  

         Introductions- Individual

Wear something to proudly show us your alma mater, your city or state or your favorite team!

         Why does the National CPM Consortium Exist? A brief history – Stephanie Duncan, Immediate Past-Chair  

General affiliation- what is my program status? Trent Clagg, Secretary

         How is the Consortium structured and governed?  Marci Campbell, Chair

         How is the Consortium funded?  Randy Harrison, Treasurer

         What do the Officers do? Officers Present

         Organizational Chart- a review of structure: Stephanie Duncan 

         What is expected of me as a National CPM Consortium Board Member? Marci Campbell, Chair

4:00 pm          The Future of the Consortium – Roundtable and Breakout Discussions - Marci Campbell

  • Core Values & Strategic Goal Planning – Marci Campbell, Chair
  • Where do the programs think they need assistance?
  • What is the role of the Consortium?

6:00/6:30 pm  Reception/Dinner Buffet – Casco/Kidd Island

Hors d'Oeuvres Station, Idaho Salmon & Smoke Roasted Prime Rib of Beef Buffet with All the accompaniments


8:30 am           Breakfast Buffet – Casco/Kidd Island

9:15 am           Report of Strategic Planning/Breakout Summaries - Bay 3

                        Annual Business Meeting – Bay 3

I.                                Call to Order- Marci Campbell, Chair

II.                              Roll Call- Trent Clagg, Secretary

A.                  Recognition of Proxies

B.                  Report on Quorum

III.                            Rules of Order – Marci Campbell, Chair

A.                  Adopt Rules of Order

B.                  Review rules for voting, being recognized by chair, etc.

 IV.                           Administrative Reports & Action Items         

A.        Consent Agenda – Marci Campbell, Chair      

Items on Consent Agenda may be approved in one motion by the voting members of the Board of Directors unless an item is removed for discussion at the request of a board member.

1.      2023 Continuing Accreditation requests

a.    California

b.    Georgia

c.    Idaho

d.    Michigan

e.    New Mexico

f.     North Carolina

g.    Pennsylvania

h.    Wisconsin

2.        Administrator’s Report - Patty Morgan
3.        Financial Reports

a.      FY 2021-2022 Year End for review and approval - Randy Harrison

    1.       First Quarter FY 2022-2023 for review and acceptance 

b.    Fiscal Oversight FY 2022 Report - Walt McBride

4.     Approval of Banking Resolution  - Trent Clagg 

5.    Announcement of Election Results for 2022-2023 Board of Directors - Stephanie Duncan, Nominating Committee Chair

a. Recognition of Nominating Committee 

6.          Executive Council Summary Report – Marci Campbell, Chair

7.       Request for Extension of Accreditation Review, Indiana - Walt McBride, Chair

8.   Vote on Consent Agenda

Presentation by AACPM - Jana Huffaker, President

12:15 pm – 1:30 p.m. Lunch Buffet – Casco/Kidd Island

Taste of Mexico Buffet

1:30 pm           Annual Business Meeting (continued) – Bay 3

V.     Accreditation Reports – Trent Clagg, Consortium Secretary

Accreditation Reports and highlights of program best practice will be presented for:

a.      Arkansas – Alexandra Higl-Timms, OH, Chair (Video Report)
b.      Arizona – Daniel Foth, WI, Chair
d.     South Carolina – Kim Hanson, IA, Chair
e.      Wyoming – Jana Huffaker, ID, Chair
f.       Photos

VI.   Acknowledgements

a.      Certificates of Appreciation
b.      Special Acknowledgements
c.      Adjournment

VII.   Future Annual Meetings - Location Discussion; Marci Campbell

VIII.  Best Practices Planning Session – Reed Altman

IX.       Strategic Goal Planning & Marketing/Branding Brainstorming Session 

6:00/6:30 pm  Reception/Dinner Buffet – Casco/Kidd Island

Hors d'ouvres Reception, Holiday Celebration Buffet


8:30 am           Breakfast Buffet – Casco/Kidd Island

9:15 am           Annual Meeting – Bay 3

Keynote Presentation:  "Ways of the Sailor: 10 Things the Sea Taught Me" – Captain David Kilmer

When you sail over the horizon in a small boat, you leave the familiar world behind and encounter a set of new challenges. Making that journey was a life changing experience for this boat captain, who shares what he learned along the way.

Kilmer is the author of "A Peril to Myself and Others: My Quest to Become a Captain".  It is filled with stories of Kilmer's adventures on water.  Some are incredible, and yes, all are true. Because they are what happens when you live life.

David Kilmer grew up in seven houses and three countries. As a kid he made a collection of bullets and bomb fragments from the streets of Beirut, Lebanon, and he learned to drive dodging buffalo and giraffe in a Peugot 504 in the game parks of Kenya. After college at Walla Walla University, he worked as a wildland firefighter, EMT, small town reporter, sailing instructor, ski bum and magazine editor. But none of this prepared him for the absolute joy, terror and moment-by-moment purity of being a Caribbean boat captain. David lives in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, and Barra de Navidad, Mexico and travels at every possible chance.  David is also the editor of CdA Magazine

10:15 am         Break & Hotel Checkout

10:45 am         Capstone Presentations – Idaho CPM Graduates Panel

11:45 am         Closing Luncheon – Casco/Kidd Island

Discover Idaho Lunch Buffet featuring Certified Angus Beef Tri-Tip, Wild Huckleberry Chicken Coeur d'Alene and  all the accompaniments.

Closing Remarks – Marci Campbell, NCPMC Chair

1:30 pm                       Adjourn

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