Dear WAMM community:
As President of the Washington Association of Money Managers (WAMM) for 2021-2022, I am honored to welcome you back for our new season of programming. I am grateful for the strong foundation established by my predecessor, Steven Davidson, through his leadership over the past three years. I would also like to recognize the continued dedication of our officers and Board of Directors: Pauline Bell, VP, Program Chair; Sylvia Bargas, VP, Membership; Jeffrey Youngen, Treasurer; Robert Domagala, Secretary; and Steven Davidson, Ralph Giraud, Brandon Hemmelgarn, Noreen Miyake-Char, Jesse Noel, Michael Olsen, Christine Song, Directors. And I would like to thank all of you for engaging so actively in our programs online over the past year and a half.
Our 2021-2022 season will begin on September 21 with a financial services panel highlighted by Mick Mulvaney, former acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; and Scott Siefers, managing director and senior research analyst at Piper Sandler; moderated by Kyle Hauptman, Vice Chairman of the National Credit Union Administration. Additional details will be shared on this site and via email closer to the date.
For those on our mailing list, watch your emails for a survey that will inform our events as we head into the colder months, including your preferences for in-person, online, or hybrid event formats, as well as health and safety considerations.
Please take this opportunity to join WAMM or to renew your membership by clicking here. Membership is available to individuals as well as institutions. Institutional membership is a great way to provide thought-provoking programming to your employees, clients, or students, and institutional members have the option to be listed as supporters on our website.
Thank you again for your continued engagement. We look forward to your participation in our events this fall!
President, Washington Association of Money Managers