2021 CFPI Conference
Dear FPO Members,
The joint Executive FPO boards have an update to share regarding CFPI. The goal is to continuously improve and allow our event to grow in the coming years to meet the ever changing needs of our profession. It is our intention to take the CFPI to the next level under new leadership to help facilitate the annual conference.
With this, we are announcing our new CFPI Committee Chairs: Robert Marshall and Randy Metz. They have been selected because they are both FPO past-Presidents who have a passion for CFPI and are committed to this change. The joint Executive Boards are united in this move. The first tasks for the new Chairs are to formally transfer the CFPI Committee members, update the By-laws, identify options for a March 2021 virtual conference, and to begin developing a long term Strategic Plan to grow and evolve CFPI to best support the FPO membership.
Again, we are enormously and unanimously thankful for all the work and dedication each and every former CFPI committee member has done to get CFPI to this point. We are now ready and able to take this organization to a new level. Without their leadership and dedication we would not have this opportunity.
The joint board and the new CFPI committee will be sharing more information to our membership over the next several months. We do not have any firm plans for CFPI 2021 at this time, but we do have confidence in our CFPI committee will come up with a winning concept.
2021 CFPI Conference - Important Information
The CFPI Workshop has been a valuable event annually for the past 30 years. The CFPI Committee has been instrumental in planning and orchestrating this training and have done an excellent job. We, the SoCal and NorCal Executive Boards, feel it is very important to you as our membership and to our profession that we continue to provide you with the best training available and provide the opportunity to collaborate with your fellow peers.
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