2022 OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
FROM OUR PRESIDENT
Dear CAAMP Membership,
As we enter 2022, I want to first of all, thank you all for being loyal members to the only industry association serving the Carolinas. We have been through an awful lot the past couple of years and I look forward to moving closer to normal-life this year.
I have been active in the regional community since 2006 and especially active with CAAMP as a past-President and also a RAC Board member and past-President as well. My 24 years on all sides of the industry (trade show management, distributor owner, and supplier) have given me unique insight into the value of regional association membership and volunteer leadership. I love to volunteer in this industry and my personal/family life.
We have all been involved in some of the most drastic lifestyle and workplace challenges in our lifetimes recently and we’ve all learned a lot about our companies, our government, our society, our health, our families and friends, and most importantly… ourselves.
As RAC and the regionals and the PPAI committee structures evolve, I truly believe that the regional associations are even more important to our businesses and our development in this industry than ever before. There are business consolidations & buyouts, office closures, salespeople migrating between companies, and just an overall shake-up of the industry like we’ve never seen. CAAMP is fully-prepared to serve our industry professionals in the Carolinas as we have some new Board members, new committees, and new programs in place to create the best environment for networking, professional development, idea collaboration, and recognition as we move forward.
I encourage all of you (our members) to get involved and utilize all that CAAMP has to offer in 2022. We are here to answer any of your questions and field any of your comments.
On behalf of the 2022 Board of Directors, we thank you so much for your membership and involvement and we look forward to serving you and your communities in 2022!
Your 2022 CAAMP President,
Daniel Jenne, CAS