Kirsten Olean

Incoming PCMA Board Chair: ‘We’re Going to Start to See Events Come Back’ in Late 2021

The way events professionals supported each other in 2020 was “uplifting,” says Kirsten Olean, incoming Chair of the PCMA Board of Directors. Now they need to “embrace that next normal” of digital and hybrid events.

Angie Ranalli

Incoming Chair of the PCMA Foundation Board Sees a ‘Positive Outlook for 2021’

Angie Ranalli shares what she is looking forward to in the coming year, both within and outside of her role chairing the PCMA Foundation Board of Trustees.
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Dr. Paul Ananth Tambyah and Dr. Peter C. Doherty

Drs. Paul Ananth Tambyah and Peter C. Doherty Answer the Big Questions

The Infectious disease experts share their thoughts on preventing transmission, when travel might really return, and whether organizers should require attendees to be vaccinated.
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