Thank You Attendees of the 2021 IPAC Annual Conference!
Colleagues and Friends—
Conference planning was very different for 2021. Like many experiences we've been having since March 2020, it started with a lot of uncertainty.
IPAC Conferences have always provided a safe space to share knowledge, research, and ideas, while simultaneously building a strong professional network with people you grow to call friends. And that's the same experience the Conference Committee wanted to deliver this year. Despite the shift to a virtual format, I hope the 2021 IPAC Conference gave you that same caliber of quality development and positive interaction. Thank you for attending!
I'd like to extend a huge thank you to our conference committee members— the conference would not have been a success without their hard work! We are also very thankful to the keynote speakers and sponsors for their contributions. If you missed a session or didn't have time to visit each exhibit, keep reading this email for details on how to access the agenda. If you couldn't make it to the happy hour or trivia night, then connect with IPAC on social media to receive information on future social events. Finally, please fill out the brief post-conference survey below so future conferences continue to serve IPAC members' interests.
Thank You 2021 IPAC Annual Conference Planning Committee!
2021 Conference Chair
Lindsay McFarlane - Conference@ipacweb.org
Program Committee Chair
Julie Weintraub - email@example.com
Social Committee Chair
Shannon Kobus - Shannon.Kobus@Monster.com
Vendor & Sponsor Chair
Alexis Avery - firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference Marketing Chair
Scott Burtnick - email@example.com
Mary Ann Haskins - MaryAnn.Haskins@JohnsCreekGA.gov
T.R. Lin - TR.firstname.lastname@example.org
Brent Lewis - email@example.com
Vinay Patel - firstname.lastname@example.org
The IPAC Conference has again been named one of the "Best Government Conference of 2021" by GovLoop, an organization that serves a community of more than 300,000 government leaders by helping them to foster collaboration, learn from each other, solve problems and advance in their government careers. Read the full list here.