IPAF opens Chicago office

By Sarah Ann McCay16 October 2013

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) has opened a U.S. membership office near Chicago, in Glen Ellyn, IL.

The new Chicago office will work on increasing membership in the U.S., as well as promoting education and training opportunities managed by IPAF throughout the world. It will also serve as the North American call center.

The new office is operated in partnership with CM Services, Inc. Team members include:

Rick Church, head coach of CM Services, who works with a variety of different associations to help further their missions in the US and throughout the world.

Matt Gibson, senior association manager with CM Services, will be primarily working with IPAF on membership in the US.

Sara Wilson, senior association manager with CM Services, will be working with IPAF on answering general inquiries and meeting planning.

Tony Groat, IPAF’s North American manager and American Work Platform Training (AWPT) executive vice-president, will continue as the contact point for all strategic and technical issues, including representing IPAF on ANSI and CSA standards committees.

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