IFMA’s Atlanta chapter recently held its annual awards luncheon, where members were recognized for furthering both Facility Management and the chapter.
One of these was 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.
The winner of this year’s award is Joseph Geierman. Joseph came to the Chapter as a Georgia Tech student in the Integrated Facility Management program. He jumped right in with both feet in engaging himself in the Chapter activities, first by taking the CFM Review class and passing the CFM exam. Currently he is active on the Young Professionals committee, the Sustainability committee, the Career Management committee, the Newsletter committee and the Website committee. He was instrumental in starting our Chapter’s Facebook page, and FM blog, and is a regular contributor to both. He has also lead in our Communications training efforts by presenting at our luncheon on Technology the ins and outs of our new electronic newsletter, navigating the Chapter website, chapter Facebook page, and FM blog.
Joseph has participated in every sustainability forum, helping guide the forums for relevant content. He is an all around terrific supporter and integral part of IFMA Atlanta