As the largest PCMA chapter, the PCMA Capital Chapter is known for its innovative and thought-provoking educational programming; caring and impactful community outreach initiatives; high energy networking events; engaging sponsorship opportunities and rewarding mentorship programs focused on the meetings and convention profession.
Join our local community and get involved! Volunteer, serve and experience the rewarding opportunities that the Capital Chapter delivers to its members all year long. You’ll learn and grow professionally – and have a lot of fun too!
PCMA’s Capital Chapter serves over 1600 members from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
The PCMA Capital Chapter is a CMP Preferred Provider. The program(s) identified with the CMP Preferred Provider logo meet the requirements to receive continuing education (CE) credit for the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) credential. The use of the CMP Preferred Provider Pre-Check logo is not an endorsement by the Events Industry Council of the quality of the session.
For more information about the CMP credential or CMP Preferred Provider Program, please visit www.EventsCouncil.org.
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2023 All Access Pass
The 2023 All Access Pass includes education and networking events in 2023, and is 25% in savings on PCMA Capital Chapter events! IN-PERSON registration Two (2) Sparkler events Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID) One (1) Spark event Two (2) Networking events Annual Meeting and Awards VIRTUAL registration Three (3) Lunch and Learns A registration code
Global Meetings Industry Day – Meetings MatterRonald Reagan Building and International Trade Center 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC
Join PCMA Capital Chapter’s Global Meetings Industry Day 2023!
Leveraging Your RelationshipsAmerican Geophysical Union (AGU) Conference Center 2000 Florida Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.
We hope you join us on Monday, April 17 as we discuss how you can leverage and grow your relationships in 2023. Many of our long-time contacts have changed as college graduates have joined the industry, people have taken on new roles, and long-time veterans have left the industry. The PCMA Capital Chapter April Sparkler