At this year’s National Association of Sports Commissions Symposium held in Louisville, the latest class from the Certified Sports Event Executive (CSEE) program graduated.
The Certified Sports Event Executive Program is a certification program open only to NASC members. Since its inception, the NASC has been dedicated to raising the standards of professionalism in the industry. The NASC Staff and Professional Development Committee assist presenters in preparing sessions and case studies to ensure that the needs and concerns of the sports event industry are addressed.
The most recent graduating class of 17 includes:
Karin Aaron, Visit Loudoun
Ariana Andis Klein, US Lacrosse
Lindsay Arellano, Rockford Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Anna Barlow Cumming, Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce
Jim Dietz, Columbus Indiana Visitors Center
Josh Dill, Visit Lubbock Inc.
Roy Edmondson, Team San Jose
Karen Hubbs, Johnson City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Carolyn Lee, GWN Dragon Boat
Mona Murphy, Flint-Genesee Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau
Dave Patrone, Kentucky Exposition Center/International Convention Center
Dave Plevich, Greater Morgantown Convention & Visitors Bureau
Erik Sabato, Wyndham Hotel Group
Darien Schaefer, Wausau/Central Wisconsin Sports Authority
Justin Stine, Overland Park Sports Alliance
Kim Strable, Greensboro Sports Commission
Jason Williams, Butler County Visitors Bureau
About NASC: The National Association of Sports Commissions is a non-profit professional association for sports event travel industry professionals and has grown from just 12 member organizations to nearly 600 members since its inception in 1992. Information is available at http://www.sportscommissions.org/