“With CFMA, the opportunities for personal growth are endless. Make the connection. I wish I had joined years ago – thank you!”
Keith Worker, Harrisburg, PA
“Value is in building long lasting relationships with very intelligent construction financial managers.”
Fred Stremble, Southern Ontario Chapter
"Surveys consistently show that CFMA Building Profits is our members' favorite benefit; their peers and their bosses, rave about the content and value.
Gordon Marshall, Chicago Chapter
“I enjoy meeting so many new colleagues with which to share info and ideas.”
Denise Lade, Greater Washington DC Chapter
“CFMA connections with other members have been extremely valuable to our company. I have been able to tap into the experience of countless members to help us address business challenges.”
Rich King, Berks-Lehigh Chapter
“For the first three years of my membership, I relied on CFMA publications, education modules and chapter programming to guide me as a new CFM. Then I became involved in my chapter and the benefits grew exponentially.”
Tracey Fenolio, Chicago Chapter
"I have been a member of CFMA for 15 years, and consider it a key component to achieving my professional and business development goals. The membership of the organization is well aligned to my practice and offers opportunities to network with the CFOs and owners of construction companies. Plus, the high quality educational programs allow me to deepen my knowledge of construction and the issues affecting it so I can better serve my clients."
Jeff Tyner, Chicago Chapter
“CFMA offers an opportunity to hear about the ways others in my field are solving problems I face every day. You just don’t get that anywhere else.”
Pamela Hepburn, Northwest Ohio Chapter
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my first CFMA conference and look forward to attending again in the future.”
Jennifer Haub, Chicago Chapter
“Excellent classes and presentations. Always get a take away to use at the office.”
Pat Hurst, Philadelphia Chapter
"I was really impressed with all the programs - thought they could have been longer."
Corey Deible, Pittsburgh Chapter