IPMI's Professional Development Newsletter: June 2021
Parking Philosophy 101
Retiring from an industry that I “fell into” 36 years ago—as so many of you reading this did—I wanted to share as space allows some words of wisdom from my earliest mentors in parking. Call it Parking Philosophy 101. Learn more.
Video Series: Tips for Building Resilience as a Leader
Kathleen Federici, MEd, IPMI's director of professional development, offers a series of tips on being resilient during this time, both professionally and personally. She offers industry leaders the strategies to guide and motivate their teams, build resilient leadership traits, and grow a strong support base. PLAY.
Don't Miss IPMI's Virtual Summit: Early-bird Pricing Extended!
Register for IPMI's Mobility and Innovation Summit, June 29-30. Connect with innovators, start-ups, and industry veterans as we tackle the toughest challenges and prepare you and your organization to rethink the way people get from place to place to stay ahead of demands and trends. Early bird rates have been extended through June 18.
Spotlight: On-demand Courses & Scholarship Funds
On-demand courses are available in numerous content and skill areas - on your schedule. Earn points toward your CAPP application or recertification.

Offset your costs by applying for CAPP scholarship funds to attend courses and pursue or maintain your CAPP. For organization-wide training, corporate licenses are available at a significant discount.
CAPP Corner: CAPP Exam Deadline
Complete your CAPP exam in time to walk across the stage at the 2021 IPMI Conference and Expo, in Tampa!

The deadline to pass the Exam is September 15, 2021. Get all the details, download resources, and schedule your test here.

Congratulations to our newest CAPPs:

  • Hannah Adeponu, CAPP; City of Omaha
  • George McLean, CAPP; Miami Parking Authority
  • Britton Stansell, CAPP; REEF Parking

Transportation demand in Washington D.C. was increasing with more people, living, working, and visiting the city. The District needed to catch up with new forms of mobility. Vision Zero evaluates how curbside activity is managed so commuters can get to where they are going
safely. Parking Enforcement of the curbside regulations are key to decreasing accidents in D.C. Read more.
Events & Training
IPMI provides extensive parking, mobility, and transportation-specific education and professional development programs. Check out the entire calendar here.

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