85th EASTERN REGION CONFERENCE: ATTENDEES IMPORTANT
Register Now for the 85th Eastern Region Training & Development Conference will be held April 28 through May 1,2013 at the Hilton Doubletree Hotel in Bethesda, MD. The theme is “Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow” and host chapter Montgomery County (MD) is working hard to bring an outstanding conference this year. Please visit IPMA Eastern Region Website for registration details and information. Volunteers are still needed as well – visit the website for more information on getting involved.
Thanks to those who attended our March 22 event at the Comedy Works Comedy Club in Albany. Comedians Michael Che and Chris Rich most certainly lived up to their top billing as they kept the audience laughing and entertained, and the dinner and socializing with members was also enjoyable. We look forward to doing something like this again in the future – stay tuned.
FEBRUARY PROGRAM THANK YOU
Thank you to those who attended our February program on “Recent Changes in ADA, Human Rights, Age, and Other Anti-Discriminatory Laws.” Mr. Scott Quesnell presented a great program, and we excited to see a large turnout. We were also pleased to see and publicly recognize Ms. Angela Dixon, Deputy Comptroller for Human Resources, Office for the State Comptroller, whose was honored by IPMA-HR National as Outstanding Agency (Mid-Size) for 2012-13.
CONGRATULATIONS: IPMA-HR CERTIFIED MEMBERS
Congratulations to the following individuals who were certified by the National IPMA-HR as IPMA- Certified Professionals (IPMA-CP) in the winter quarter.
Angela Dixon (OSC)
Gloriana Waters (City University of New York)
Terry Pasquale, SPHR (City University of New York)
Certification is recognized both domestically and internationally, and includes professionals passing an exam where they must demonstrate proficiency in 20 Human Resources competencies. Congratulations on your achievement!!!
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Don’t forget to visit the Albany Chapter Website frequently for announcements and information. As always, comments, questions, concerns, and feedback is welcomed.