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Andria LaJeunesse, CEM Joins Professional Management Associates as Manager of Meeting Services

Andria LaJeunesse, new Manager of Meeting Services
Andria LaJeunesse, new Manager of Meeting Services

HILLSBOROUGH – Professional Management Associates, LLC (PMA), an association management company serving national and state-level trade associations, has announced that Andria LaJeunesse, CEM joined the firm as Manager of Meeting Services.

In her role at PMA, LaJeunesse will be responsible for the successful planning and management of meetings for clients including the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference, the Association for Radiological and Imaging Nursing and the Society for Medical Decision Making, specifically the North American meeting.

"Today's associations are expected to deliver high-quality continuing education and a faultless experience for all attendees at meetings, trade shows and conventions many of which include additional components such as exhibits, board and committee meetings and offsite events," said Joanne Cole, Managing Member of PMA. "I have no doubt that Andria's extensive experience, strong relationships and knowledge of meeting management will prove very valuable to our clients in distinguishing themselves as leaders in their respective industries."

LaJeunesse joins PMA from the Craft & Hobby Association where she served as the Events and Exhibitions Manager, for two annual conferences and trade shows with 200-500 exhibitors and 5,000 to 10,000 attendees, respectively. In addition, she was responsible for international events as well as the development of event technology and software.

Prior to her time with the Craft & Hobby Association, she spent eight years with International Exhibitions, Inc. in Houston as the Logistics/Event Manager and received her Certification in Exhibition Management from the International Association of Exhibitions and Events.

"With Andria's credentials and considerable meeting planning experience, particularly for associations, PMA is poised to meet and exceed the expectations of our clients and their memberships," said Cole.


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