Congratulations to the ABCs of 2010

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Congratulations to the ABCs of 2010


More than 100 IABC members took the next step in their professional life by successfully earning the Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) designation last year. Please join us in congratulating these individuals on their achievement.

Angela Abdallah, IABC/London

Gretchen Anthony, IAgC/Colorado

Jonathan Anthony, IABC/British Columbia

Iliana Arapis, IABC/Toronto

Laura Asbjornsen, IABC/Trinidad and Tobago

Julie Baron, IABC/Calgary

Lesley Bartholomew, IABC/Omaha

Marta Bennett, IABC/Yankee

Helene Bradley-Ritt, Member-at-large, Asia/Pacific

Jennifer Lauge Brandino, IABC/Houston

Felechia Brodie, IABC/Regina

Rebecca Brown, IABC/Phoenix

Cynthia Buettner, IABC/Omaha

Nichole Burgdorf, IABC/St Louis

John Burgess, IABC/Seattle

Mary Lynn Carver, IABC/UK

Pamela Cayem, IABC/Yankee

Vivian Chan, IABC/Toronto

Tumei Chen, Member-at-large, Asia/Pacific

Jin Cheng, Member-at-large, Asia/Pacific

Shanahan Chua, Member-at large, Asia/Pacific

Janet Comeau, IABC/Toronto

Robyn Crawford, IABC/Calgary

Craig Crosby, IABC/Toronto

Mary Crystal, IABC/Los Angeles

Anthea Cudworth, IABC/Australia (NSW)

Jennifer Dalton, IABC/Newfoundland and Labrador

Melissa Dark, IABC/Australia (Victoria)

Nicole Davis, IABC/Calgary

Diana Degan, IABC/Toronto

Brandy Delves, IABC/British Columbia

Jennifer Deon, IABC/Newfoundland and Labrador

Julie Dixon, IABC/British Columbia

Brett Doucette, IABC/Phoenix

Janelle Ewing, IABC/Houston

Tracy Finneman, IABC/Great Plains

Cheryl Fletcher, IABC/Toronto

Karen Frankola, IABC/New York

Nancy Gale, IABC/Toronto

Megan Gauley, IABC/Calgary

Tova Glass, IABC/Toronto

Michael Godfrey, IABC/San Diego

Paul Hagel, IABC/Calgary

Kate Hardman, IABC/San Diego

Cindy Harris, IABC/Toronto

Sylvia Hawley, IABC/British Columbia

David Holehouse, IABC/Edmonton

Jacquie Hoornweg, IABC/Toronto

Deborah Hudson, IABC/Switzerland

Lisa Hunter, IABC/San Diego

Tracy Imm, IABC/DC Metro

Lucijana Jerkovic, Member-at-large, Europe and Middle East

Kim Kavalec, IABC/Omaha

Tracy Kenney, IABC/Maritime Canada

Sherri Krazl, IABC/Greater Cincinnati

Christine Kuhinka, IABC/Philadelphia

Diana Kuprel, IABC/Toronto

Mumbi Kyalo, IABC/Ubuntu

Marl Lee, IABC/Pretoria

Chris Lentz, IABC/Philadelphia

James Lynch, IABC/New York

Elvera Makki, Member-at-large, Asia/Pacific

Priya Sarma Mathur, Member-at-large, Europe and Middle East

Dave McGrath, IABC/British Columbia

Mark Mesesan, IABC/Utah

Chris Meyer, IABC/Toronto

Naila Khalid Mir, Member-at-large, Asia/Pacific

Sheri Morgan, IABC/Toronto

Sharon Morris, IABC/Charlotte

Timothy Paleczny, IABC/Toronto

Catherine Parry, IABC/Toronto

Karen Pearson, IABC/San Diego

Yue Peng, Member-at-large, Asia/Pacific

Tilottama Pillai, IABC/Johannesburg

Janine Reed, IABC/Toronto

Daffyd Roderick, IABC/Toronto

Debra Lynn Ross, IABC/Chicago

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