Who Attends CMED Conference –
Is it for you?
All attendees represent four-year and graduate colleges and universities. Their division or department is typically the Center or Office of Executive Education, Continuing Education, Management or Professional Development programs.
You will fit right in if your responsibilities and title include:
- Director or Executive Director
- Assistant Director
- Assistant/Associate Dean and Director
- Program Manager or Coordinator
- Operations Manager
- Marketing Manager or Specialist
- Business Development Manager
- Client Relations Manager
About 95% of attendees work at College of Business, College of Continuing Education or Extension, or College of Industrial Relations, Government or Engineering.
Historically, close to 65% of attendees are returnees from the previous year or more. Another 25% are new to the conference, but are from centers or departments who have attended the conference in the past. The balance are totally new to the conference.
Watch the CMED Flickr Gallery to see many interactive moments participants experienced during the Conference on Management, Executive and Professional Development.
Geographical representation includes United States and Canada, as well as delegates from Australia, Costa Rica,New Zealand, Trinidad and Tobago, and the U.K.
Below is a sampling of the universities that were represented in the past three years. Some of these schools have sent multiple registrants for over 15 consecutive years! How about that for a long-lasting value?
Attend CMED in 2019 and put your university on the map.
Universities that sent participants to CMED in the past nine years (in alpha order):
Click in the interactive map to see a participating university.
“I get so much value from both the sessions and the opportunity to talk to people between sessions. That’s just priceless for me. I’ll go back and work with these ideas for the next six months. Thanks CMED!”
“This is a high energy, participant focused event with exceptional value in content, actionable ideas and networking.”