PCMA President and CEO Sherrif Karamat today announced changes to the organization’s leadership structure aimed at continuing the transformation of PCMA from a legacy meeting industry association into a global leader in the business events industry.
The changes further reflect PCMA’s commitment to delivering solutions, through PCMA products and services, to the complex challenges facing business event professionals and their stakeholders, including support for COVID-19 crisis management and recovery.
“For the past two years, I have worked with our leadership and partners to activate our strategic plan and bring our vision of economic and social transformation through business events to life,” said Sherrif Karamat, PCMA President and CEO. “Our results to-date demonstrate that our strategy is working. Our opportunity now is to build on our momentum to the benefit of our stakeholders everywhere.”
The organizational changes are effective immediately and include:
“In February 2020, we announced our commitment to provide essential crisis management and risk assessment resources to support our global audience as the COVID-19 outbreak evolves. Those efforts are ongoing and later this week we will provide an update on our crisis management and recovery efforts”, added Karamat.
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