BALTIMORE, MD – The American Marketing Association Baltimore Chapter (AMA Baltimore) is proud to be recognized as recipients of a Chapter Excellence Award (CEA) for their work in Programming and Communications during 2020-2021.
“Established in 1974, the CEA program highlights AMA professional chapters’ outstanding achievements in all areas of chapter operations, such as strategic planning, volunteer management, membership engagement, programming delivery, and financial management,” writes the American Marketing Association (AMA).
“We are honored and excited to be recognized by AMA with this Excellence award in Programming and Special Merit Award in Communications,” says Anne Rubin, Immediate Past President. “Our entire team worked hard to provide excellent programming, content, and opportunities for our AMA Baltimore community and beyond. We’re proud of what we achieved and congratulate the other CEA winning chapters across the country.”
The AMA Board for 2020 – 2021 included Rubin as President, Lauren Yoffe as President Elect and VP of Marketing + Communications, Brynn Devereaux as Immediate Past President, Dov Hoffman as VP of Programming, Christian Bielski as Secretary, Philippe Lerner as VP of Finance, Seth Geller as VP of Membership, Jessica Reighard as VP of Member Engagement, Alex Kagwima as VP of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Ashley Young as VP of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Will Smallman as VP of Sponsorship, Joe Wagner as VP of Collegiate Relations, Steve Kozak as VP of Mentorship + Professional Development, and Mark Edelson as General Counsel.
To learn more about volunteering with AMA Baltimore, please visit http://amabaltimore.org/volunteer/
ABOUT AMA BALTIMORE
The American Marketing Association Baltimore Chapter is Maryland’s leading provider of networking, educational programming, and resources for marketing professionals. AMA Baltimore provides extensive opportunities for marketers to expand their networks, grow professionally, and learn about current industry trends.