The mission of Seattle CFDD is to promote the profession of credit management through education, networking and member support. To be a focal point for relevant discussion of credit issues, mentoring and professional excellence. We are here to inspire and provide opportunities to grow as credit professionals and people.
THE N.A.C.M. - C.F.D.D.
Monday, May 13, 2013 at 6:00pm
Cost is $29 per person which includes the seminar and dinner!
Speaker: Heidi Lindgren-Boyce CCE
Topic: Best Practices Roundtable
Summary: During the recession, companies and credit managers have had to become creative, flexible, and go high tech to manage their time and resources. In essence, doing more with less. This program is about bringing our NACM and CFDD members into an open forum where we can openly discuss some of the ideas that best worked for our companies. We've included a 'starter' list of questions that were previously submitted for the CFDD National Conference last year, and we would like to update this list with any new additional questions our members may have for our group. The program will be MC'd by Heidi Lindgren-Boyce, CCE, so that as many questions and ideas can be shared within our 1 hour program limit. Please bring additional topics to the meeting that you would like to see discussed.
Bio for Heidi Lindgren-Boyce
Ms. Lindgren-Boyce is the Sr. Credit Manager at Star Rentals Inc. and has over 25 years experience in credit and collections. Heidi earned her BA in Criminal Justice from Washing State University in 1987 and her CCE in 2000.
She has been active in NACM and CFDD since 1993, is a Past Chairman of NACM-BCS, a Past President of CFDD Seattle Chapter, and continues to serve on its Board of Directors. Heidi is passionate about education and enjoys sharing her findings on what works and doesn't in Credit Management situations.
Bring questions for a lively discussion
Quality cuisine and good coffee, excellent credit education programs, earn - C.E.U.’s for continuing education.
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