The Career Advancement Committee provides programs and guidance for mid-level professionals from three to nine years of experience. Programs focus on career development, professional growth, mentorship through our Guru Guidance program and education through our annual CPSM study program.
Amy Cuddy, CPSM
Ayers Saint Gross
The Communications and PR Committee promotes and engages the Chapter through various media outlets, maintains and updates the chapter website and social media platforms, and coordinates newsletter creation with the ultimate goal of raising awareness of the Chapter.
The Community Outreach Committee identifies, organizes and champion’s the chapters charitable and philanthropic efforts throughout the DC area.
The Education Committee facilitates quality training and continuing education for all levels of marketing and business development professionals while focusing on the 6 Domains of Practice:
- Market Research
- Marketing Plan
- Client and Business Development
- Promotional Activity
- Information, Resource and Organizational Management
The Membership Committee focuses on initiatives that drive, support, recruit and sustain the membership of the Chapter. Activities surround welcoming and orienting new members, providing mentoring opportunities, providing member recognition and collecting feedback for the purpose of attracting and retaining members.
Michael Knowles, CPSM
The Robert B. Balter Company
410.363.1555 ext. 231
Principals Round Table/Senior Marketers Round Table
The Principals Round Table and Senior Marketers Round Table provides an intimate and open forum for firm principals and senior-level marketers to discuss the pressing issues facing A/E/C firms in the Washington, D.C. area.
HGA Architects and Engineers
Procurement (formerly Lunch Programs)
The Procurement Committee organizes special interest programs (the Lunch and Leads Series) involving prominent industry leaders, public officials, media figures and other key individuals related to marketing in the A/E/C industry. Programming is planned to reflect SMPS’ position as a thought leader in the industry and provide educational opportunities around the six domains of practice.
Woods Peacock Engineering
The Special Events Committee provides opportunities for members to build relationships with peers and potential teaming partners through networking events. Major goals and objectives include engaging and encouraging potential and existing members and reinforcing cohesiveness of the Chapter.
The Sponsorship Committee’s primary mission is to raise financial resources for the Chapter to ensure the continued implementation of our many educational, networking, and community based efforts.