The San Diego, Orange County, Valley of the Sun, Las Vegas, Inland Empire and Albuquerque CFMA chapters have joined together to provide our 2nd Annual CFMA Southwest Regional Conference. Together, we are committed to delivering the best networking, education, and training experience of any kind in the field of construction accounting and finance.
We understand the challenges Construction Financial Managers face and we realize you do not have the time or resources to stay abreast of all aspects of what that job entails. That is why we created this annual event.
This year’s conference will include two information-packed days, up to 12 CPE credits, including expert keynote speakers who provide great insight about topics such as surety and bonding, technology, human resources, taxes and overall industry changes and updates.
You have no-doubt been very aware of how changing market demands are forcing change on how you do business.
What you do not know can hurt you. Can you really afford NOT to attend? REGISTER TODAY!
Conference Location:The US Grant Hotel326 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101
Important Dates:7.8.16- Early Bird Deadline9.6.16- Registration Deadline9.25.16- CCIFP Exam
More information: www.southwest.cfmaregional.org
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:
For available sponsor opportunities, please visit our website http://www.southwest.cfmaregional.org/
Sincerely,2016 CFMA Southwest Regional Conference Committee:
SAN DIEGO CHAPTERMandy Irvine, H5 Networks (Conference Chair)Jackie Buck, Harper ConstructionLynn Hanson, Good & Roberts LLCLisa Hitt, Pacific Building Group
ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTERSteve Ruelas, Griffith CompanyPam Hummel, Dodge Data & AnalyticsTheresa Tate, Crawford & Bangs, LLP
VALLEY OF THE SUN CHAPTERDavid Miller, Jokake Construction ServicesJohn Corcoran, CICPACMarj Weber, Irontree
LAS VEGAS CHAPTERKevin Booth, WestCor CompaniesJim Main, Main Amundson & Associates
ALBUQUERQUE CHAPTERKari Juvera, Enterprise Builders CorporationKristeena Romero, Sandia National LaboratoriesDean Willingham, REDW
INLAND EMPIRE CHAPTERSteve Lords, Arizona Pipeline