cfpa's 2024 board of directors
cfpa's standing 2024 committees
Chair: Nancy Jordahl, ACP, FRP, FCP
The CLE Committee sets up all seminars by determining seminar topic, location, speaker & coordinating with NALA for approval for all seminars offered by CFPA.
Members: Caroline Wilkerson, CP; and Sara Ferguson, CP, FRP
Chair: Caroline C. Wilkerson, ACP, FRP
Chaired by the NALA Liasion, this committee is the point of contact for issues
regarding regulation and ethics within the organization.
Chair: Debbie Dollar, ACP, FRP
The membership committee maintains the membership roster, issues membership delinquency notices, and oversees updates to the membership/renewal applications.
Members: Cassie Snyder, ACP, FRP; Kimberly Januzzi; Debbie Dollar
Chair: Sara J. Ferguson, CP, FRP
The student relations committee provides outreach to area schools that provide legal courses and degrees by making visits, presentations, and acting as a point of contact for student members.
Members: Peonca Grier, ACP, FRP
Chair: Yolanda I. Furhmann, ACP, FRP
The Public Relations Committee oversees all public and social events sponsored by CFPA including network luncheons, regular membership mixers, charitable events, and contributions. Members: Sylvia McMillon
Chair: Jennifer Diminich, ACP, FRP
The Social Media Committee keeps CFPA on the web through
publishing on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter.
Members: Cassie Snyder, ACP, FRP
Chair: Peonca S. Grier, CP, FRP
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