National Parking Association Recognizes 2016 Volunteer Leaders
Friday, September 23, 2016
Washington, DC (September 23, 2016)—The National Parking Association (NPA) recognized its volunteer leaders at the Annual Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, September 20 at the NPA’s 65th Annual Convention & Expo in Atlanta.
Each year, NPA recognizes its top volunteer leaders who have made invaluable contributions to NPA through their dedicated service and support. This year, NPA named Tiffany Yu, marketing specialist, Scheidt & Bachmann, as Volunteer of the Year. Kathy Phillips, CPP, senior vice president, Alliant Insurance Service, Inc. was recognized as Chair of the Year.
Tiffany Yu has been an active volunteer with NPA and has taken a lead on the 40 Under 40 program, encouraging more parking professionals to apply and get involved in NPA.
“Tiffany is a champion of NPA membership and the value of NPA. She has become a tremendous ambassador for the organization and exemplifies the younger generation of proactive leaders in parking,” said NPA president Christine Banning, CAE.
Kathy Phillips is the immediate past chair of the Certification Advisory Board (CAB). Kathy continues to actively contribute to the CAB. She is a long-term leader on national committees and contributes her contacts, insights, support and management expertise to lead committees critical to NPA’s value for membership.
“Kathy is an outstanding leader supporting the parking industry, as we appreciate her leading the NPA Education Committee,” said Banning. “She rally members from multiple sectors to provide insights that have shaped the direction of NPA education.”
About NPA: The National Parking Association, established in 1951, is the voice of the $28 billion parking & industry composed of private parking owners and public parking operators that together employ more than 143,000 people. NPA is the premier association for parking owners & leaders—providing research, advocacy, and education and credentialing. Visit NPA at WeAreParking.org.