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Fall Kick-off Event “Break the Time Management Encryption"

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Please join the Puget Sound CFMA on September 11th for our first Educational Event for 2018/2019, “Break the Time Management Encryption: Liberate Your Productivity Skills from Deep Cover” presented by Helene Segura.

All attendees will receive a free copy of Helene’s latest book, “The Inefficiency Assassin: Time Management Tactics for Working Smarter, Not Longer."

2018 Golf Tournament

2018Golf_ID1.jpgThe 2018 Golf Tournament was a resounding success with many thanks to our generous sponsors! Much fun and sun was had by all with this year’s theme, “School Pride.

To see more information about our Sponsors and photos of the 2018 event, click here.

To see photos from past Golf Tournaments, click here.

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Latest Chapter News

  • 2018 Outgoing Chapter President Letter to Members

    On behalf of myself, Cheryl Nagel, and Kevin Jacobs, we have considered it an honor to represent the Puget Sound CFMA Chapter as President and Treasurer for these past 3 years. Both Kevin and I are pleased to mentor our replacements and wish them successful terms as the new Leaders of our Chapter. The following are the 2018/2019 Puget Sound CFMA Board Officers: Grace Pizzey, President; Jim Weber, Vice President; Brian Joyce, Treasurer; and CJ Mitchell, Secretary.
  • 2018 Puget Sound Chapter Showcase at CFMA National Conference

    The Puget Sound Chapter of CFMA presented their 2018 CFMA Chapter Showcase at the June 2018 National Conference in Florida. The Puget Sound Chapter and AGC of Washington hosted the educational event, "Suicide Prevention Summit," with Cal Beyer as a moderator for the panel. This lifesaving summit was attended by area HR and safety professionals, as well as chapter members and non-members.
  • Puget Sound Chapter receives National’s 2018 Founders Recognition Award

    Puget Sound CFMA received the Founders Recognition Award for its score in National’s 2018 Chapter Benchmarking and Awards. Our Chapter had the 17th highest score out of 98 Chapters that submitted. We are honored and proud of our achievements and continue to strive for excellence in our Chapter’s work and events.

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