The end is near!
The end of the year, that is. FSCPM has
had a wonderful year and we thank all of our members – and
those who support us! We had two amazing symposiums (big
thanks to our Suncoast Chapter and North Florida Chapter).
We participated in four graduations adding almost 500 new
CPM’s to the ranks of the more than 5000 in Florida. Our
Board is strong, passionate, and ready for 2017!
The end of my Presidential term is also
at hand. I have enjoyed working with everyone and have been
proud to have served FSCPM. Those who know me know how
passionate I am about this credential. In 2017, Ruthie Doles
will take over as President and will serve in that capacity
for the next two years. Ruthie is well qualified and has
specific experience as a past-president of the Suncoast
Chapter! She will be an awesome leader for us.
||Our Board met in Tampa on November 12 for our
annual planning session. Those who attended did so
on their own time – spent an entire Saturday in
Tampa – and I left with complete confidence that we
enter 2017 with strong leadership and continued
dedication to FSCPM. You are welcome to review the
minutes of the meeting by clicking this link.
Please be reminded that December is
membership renewal month! You will need to renew before
January 1 and be sure to affiliate with a chapter of your
choice! Here’s what you need to do:
RECENT GRADUATES – If
you joined this year as a graduate, your membership is not
due until December 2017 (unless you paid for the two-year
membership in which case you are not due until December
2018). If you didn’t join at graduation, please feel free to
join by following this link.
ONE YEAR MEMBERS
– Please follow this link to renew. You will be asked to pay
via PayPal or credit card (through PayPal).
TWO YEAR MEMBERS
– You will need to check to see whether you are due this
year or next (unless you are really sharp and already know)!
To check, send an email asking for your expiration date to
and we will respond. To renew use this link
I will remain on the Board as the
Immediate Past President and continue to do all I can for
our organization and for your success as a fellow CPM. I
thank you all for the privilege. And I thank you for your
service, your dedication to CPM, and the positive example
you set for everyone around you.