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Monica Bradbury Awarded SMPS Alaska Continuing Education Scholarship

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA (July 2, 2014) – The SMPS Alaska Chapter recently awarded its 2014 Continuing Education Scholarship to Monica Bradbury of DOWL HKM. This $1,500 scholarship was awarded to Monica to assist her in attending the national SMPS Build Business Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

"Wow! This is amazing. I am honored, and so excited to attend the conference. What a great program!" said Monica upon learning she was awarded the scholarship. Monica is the Alaska North Pacific Division Marketing Manager for DOWL HKM and has more than 10 years of experience in marketing and business development. She plans to attend the Basics of Business Development preconference workshop and numerous conference breakout sessions in hopes of bringing valuable information and ideas back to her firm. Monica is also eager to spend a few days with other SMPS members who are as excited about learning something new as she is, and with whom she can build positive working relationships.

The mission of the annual SMPS Alaska Chapter Continuing Education Scholarship is to provide continuing education to Alaska A/E/C marketing and business development professionals. The scholarship can be used toward educational coursework or industry conferences.

For more information about SMPS Alaska’s scholarship and grant programs visit the SMPS Alaska website at www.smpsalaska.org/scholarships.

Founded in 2011, the SMPS Alaska Chapter’s mission is to advocate for, educate and connect leaders in the building industry. SMPS’ vision is for premier professional service firms to recognize SMPS as their most trusted resource for building business and achieving success. The SMPS community works to secure profitable business relationships for their architecture/engineering/construction (A/E/C) companies through networking, business intelligence, and research. SMPS Alaska Chapter is the only professional services-focused organization in the state. In its second year, they received SMPS National’s Striving for Excellence Award for a medium-sized chapter.

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