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International Special Events Society (ISES), which fosters enlightened performance through education, recognized 17 event professionals who earned the Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP) designation from January to March.

The CSEP continues a progression as worldwide recognition of the special events industry continues to develop. Now more than ever, professionals within the industry recognize the CSEP as an influential designation for the education and the promotion of professional ethics and standards.

Earning the CSEP designation demonstrates a continuous dedication to enhance individual and professional performance, and ISES congratulates each of these new recipients on earning this distinguished credential.

ISES works to join event and meeting professionals to focus on the “event as a whole” rather than its individual parts.

Gayle Allen Brown, CSEP – Washington, D.C.

Wilhelminia D. Ripple, CSEP – Centennial, Colo.

Jessica Ballard, CSEP – Riverton, Utah

Raymond Roa, Jr., CSEP – San Diego

Gian Blundo, CSEP – Tullamarine, VIC Australia

Rebecca Rove, CSEP – Las Vegas

Matthew Byrne, CSEP – Toronto, ON Canada

Jennifer Claire Scott, CSEP – N.Y.

Grace M. Gittinger, CSEP – Austin, Texas

Randi Steinhart, CSEP – Dallas, Texas

Donna Hodge, CSEP – Chicago

Katherine R. Stimson, CSEP – Dallas, Texas

Shelley Johnson, CSEP – Vancouver, BC  Canada

Jennifer J. Trethewey, CSEP – Port Melbourne, VIC Australia

James Morgan, PhD, CSEP – London, UK

Melissa Werner, CSEP – Tempe, Ariz.

Jody Paulson, CSEP – Edmonton, AB  Canada

 

See related article:ISES names October 2013 CSEP designation earners.”

 

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