2013 National CPM Consortium Annual Meeting

September 22, 2013 4:58 PM | Anonymous

2013 National CPM Consortium Annual Meeting

The 2013 Annual Meeting of the National Certified Public ManagerĀ® Consortium was held on September 21-22, 2013 in Boise, Idaho.  Actions taken at the meeting included Election of Officers and Executive Council and the Awarding of Accreditations.

All of the executive council members were in attendance.  Twenty-seven (27) of the 33 accredited programs were represented by 34 people.  Three of the four active programs were represented by six people.  Four of the five Associate programs were represented by four people.  Two AACPM representatives attended.

The following were elected to the Executive Council for 2013-2014 year:

CHAIR:             Sherry Saracino, Utah
VICE CHAIR:    Mary Hamilton, Nebraska
SECRETARY:    Mary De Lorenzo, New Mexico

2012-2014:      Jeff Panken, Iowa 
Charles Taylor, Indiana
2013-2015:      Pat Hoppe, Nevada
Dennis Martino, New Hampshire
Leslie Meadows, Alabama

PAST CHAIR:    Kathi Parker, North Carolina

The following Programs were Awarded Accreditation (photos below):

Initial Accreditation:

            Maryland: Schaefer Center for Public Policy, University of Baltimore
            Vermont: Div. for Workforce Development, Dept. of Human Resources, State of Vermont


            Illinois: Institute for Legal and Policy Studies, University of Illinois at Springfield
            Iowa: Performance & Development Solutions, Department of Administrative Services, State of Iowa
            Kansas: Public Management Center, University of Kansas 
            Mississippi: Office of Workforce Development, Mississippi State Personnel Board
            Nebraska: School of Public Administration, University of Nebraska Omaha
            New Hampshire: Bureau of Education and Training, Division of Personnel, State of New Hampshire
            Oklahoma: Div. of Human Capital Management, Office of Management and Enterprise Services, State of Oklahoma

The status of the following programs were changed:

            Move from Associate Status to Active Status: Washington: KeyBank Professional Development Center, University of Washington Tacoma

Terminate Program Participation: New York: John Jay College

Move from Accredited Status to Inactive Status: Alaska: Cooperative Extension Service, University of Alaska Fairbanks

  • Lorena Johnson(l) accepts Illinois Accreditation from Mary DeLorenzo (r)
  •  Mary DeLorenzo (r) congratulates Lorena Johnson for Illinois Reaccreditation.
  • Sherry Saracino present Iowa Accreditation to Jeff Panken
  •  Sherry Saracino congratulates Jeff Panken for Iowa Reaccreditation
  • Terri Callahan accepts Kansas Accreditation from Chip Taylor
  •  Chip Taylor congratulates Terri Callahan for Kansas reaccreditation.
  • Ann Cotten receives Maryland Accreditation from Dennis Martino
  •  Dennis Martino congratulates Ann Cotten for Maryland Reaccreditation
  • Skip King accepts Mississippi Accrediation from Mary Hamilton
Mary Hamilton congratulates Skip King for Mississippi Reaccreditation
  • Sherry Saracino (l) presents Nebraska Accreditation to Ellen Freeman Wakefield (c) and Mary Hamilton (r)
  • Sherry Saracino (l) congratulates Ellen Freeman Wakefield and Mary Hamilton (r) for Nebraska Reaccreditation
  • Marilyn Balanoff presents New Hampshire Accrediation to Dennis Martino
  • Marilyn Balanoff congratulates Dennis Martino for New Hampshire Reaccreditation
  • Joyce Smith accepts Oklahoma Accreditation from JJ Acker
  •  JJ Acker (r)  congratulates Joyce Smith for Oklahoma Reaccreditation
  • Robbi Dreifurst (l) present Vermont Accreidtation to Rose Gowdey (r)

Robbi Dreifurst congratulates Rose Gowdey for Vermont Reaccreditation

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