CH&LA’s Jennifer Flohr Honored with Chapter Leader of the Year Award for the Sacramento/Sierra Nevada Chapter of Meeting Professionals International

Jennifer Flohr, CAE, CMP, Senior Vice President for the California Hotel & Lodging Association (CH&LA), was recognized by Meeting Professionals International Sacramento/Sierra Nevada Chapter (MPI/SSN) with the Chapter Leader of the Year Award. The award was presented during Tuesday’s MPI/SSN luncheon at the Marriott Courtyard Sacramento Airport Natomas.

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Meeting Professionals International Sacramento/Sierra Nevada Chapter Honored Jennifer Flohr with Chapter Leader of the Year Award

Jennifer has a can do attitude.

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) September 19, 2012

Jennifer Flohr, CAE, CMP, Senior Vice President for the California Hotel & Lodging Association (CH&LA), was recognized by Meeting Professionals International Sacramento/Sierra Nevada Chapter (MPI/SSN) with the Chapter Leader of the Year Award. The award was presented during Tuesday’s MPI/SSN luncheon at the Marriott Courtyard Sacramento Airport Natomas.

The MPI/SSN Chapter Leader of the Year Award recognizes outstanding service by a chapter leader, officer, board member or committee chair. Ms. Flohr is the current Vice President of Education for the chapter and has held numerous positions in MPI/SSN during her six years as a member.

Ms. Flohr started with CH&LA as a Membership Manager eight years ago, and has been promoted three times during her tenure to her current position as Senior Vice President at the beginning of this year. While with CH&LA, she has also earned her Certified Meeting Profession (CMP) certification and her Certified Association Executive (CAE) certification.

“Jennifer has a can do attitude despite how busy she is with her career and family. She makes sure our education programs for our chapter are relevant and timely,” said Heather Tanfani, Chair of the Awards and Recognition Committee for MPI/SSN.


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