2010 IFMA Atlanta Award Winners
the Martha Osborne CFM Award. It is presented to a Chapter CFM member for outstanding contributions to Facility Management in general and to IFMA Atlanta in particular. He or she represents exemplary experience, serves as a role model for the Chapter and potential CFM candidates, and provides support to promote the certification of members. The CFM chosen is a credit to their organization, the Chapter and the community at large. Awarded to Lindsey Bradshaw of Turner Properties.
the Outstanding Associate Award. It is presented to an associate member (provider of products and/or services) in recognition of his or her contributions of time, effort and of financial support to the Atlanta Chapter. This award recognizes that associate members play a critically important role in the overall long-term success of our Chapter. Awarded to Christine Lowell of Baker Audio.
the Achievement in Facility Management Award. It is presented to a professional member whose facility management program, project or concept has demonstrably and successfully contributed to more effective management of his or her organization’s facilities. This award highlights the importance and significance of professional member accomplishment to the future of facility management. Awarded to William Broome of Westminster Schools.
the Distinguished Member Award. It is presented to a Chapter member for outstanding contributions to Facility Management in general and to IFMA Atlanta in particular. He or she represents the best in, and serves as a role model for, Leadership, Dedication and Conscientiousness. The individual chosen is a credit to his or her organization, community, and our Association, as well as to the profession. Awarded to Steve Christopher, of Royal Cup Coffee (accepted by Brant Bosley)
One of these was the Harry L. Ludwig, III Community Services Award. It is presented to a Chapter volunteer for outstanding contributions to our community services program partners and to the committee. He/she represents IFMA Atlanta in giving back to the community that which we are about: Facility Management expertise, skill, dedication and contributions. He or she serves as a role model for the Chapter serving our community partners tirelessly, producing positive change and results; clearly going above and beyond the call of duty. Awarded to Emily Perry of Harris Perry and Associates.