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Thanks for printing my letter and congratulations on another fine issue! It’s a
FYI: on page 8, there are congratulations
to a Kathleen Sheehan who got her CAE
designation. But that is not me. See her
profile on linkedin: http://www.linked
Association Publishing apologizes to
Kathleen Sheehan, CAE, executive director of
the Maryland Capital National Homecare
Association, for the apparent mix up and
extends a belated congratulations to her for
receiving her CAE.
Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation
I love the content and the cover of the
March/April Association Publishing
magazine—many enlightening and helpful perspectives. To Ted Lopez, I especially
appreciated your comments within the
cover story. Thanks everyone!
Gerry Romano, CAE
Senior Director, Communications
Club Managers Association of America
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