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Doenges Earns IPMA's CMM DesignationHolly Doenges has attained the credential of Certified Mail Manager (CMM), the highest designation of professional achievement for in-house mail managers presented by the International Publishing Management Association (IPMA). Holly Doenges, CMM, is the supervisor of the University of Scranton's Mail Center in Pennsylvania.
Involved in mail management since 1999, she
also has 12 years of printing management experience.Doenges earned an Associate of Science degree from Temple University and she is working toward a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Scranton.
The CMM program, established by IPMA
in 1992, encourages professional growth and emphasizes the knowledge and technical expertise required to excel in the rapidly-advancing field of corporate mail management.It also serves to identify a select group of managers within the industry who have attained a recognizable level of competence.Mail professionals can attain this mark of distinction by successfully completing a comprehensive examination, in addition to demonstrating management experience and professionalism.
Tests are administered at IPMA's annual conference, all fall regional conferences and upon special arrangement with IPMA headquarters.Specific information on dates and sites can be obtained from IPMA headquarters.