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2017 CAMMP Conference

The annual CAMMP conference is one of the highlights of the year for members of our organization. It provides invaluable opportunities to network with fellow CAMMP members as well as dozens of vendors who sponsor the conference. Attendance to the conference is free for up to three staff members from every CAMMP member institution. The conference is traditionally hosted in July on the campus of a member institution.

University of Colorado Boulder

2017 Conference

Save the dates to join the best and brightest alumni membership and marketing professionals July 11-13, 2017 at the University of Colorado Boulder. Presenters will share their expertise, best practices as well as the good, bad and ugly! Then join us in the evenings for unforgettable experiences at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Boulder.

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The Millennium Harvest House Boulder is the official attendee hotel for CAMMP 2017. Rooms may be booked from July 10-15.

King and double-bed rooms are available for $169/night. Click here to book online.



The closest airport is Denver International Airport (DEN).

Conference attendees can purchase a shuttle pass with Green Ride Boulder that will transport attendees between the Millennium Harvest House (conference hotel) and DEN.

Passes are $29 each way. Click here to purchase.


Updated May 22, 2017

Melissa Armstrong, University of South Florida
Shanna Bassett, University of Arkansas
Jennifer Bauer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Jonathan Beckhart, University of Oregon
Catherine Bedingfield, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Jennifer Benson, University of Minnesota
Kelly Brantner, Washington State University
Chase Carter, Oklahoma State University
Marsha Carwell, Arkansas State University
Jaime Chabot, University of New Hampshire
Jennfier Chapin, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Hank Charles, University of Colorado – Boulder
Valerie Colvin, Florida State University
Sarah Craw, Iowa State University
Chris Cupoli, University of Florida
Scott Dahl, Iowa State University
Laura Daugherty, University of Minnesota
Michael Dean, University of Oklahoma
Terri Dover, University of Arkansas
Tiana Elkins-Buckley, University of Oregon
John Fackler, University of Utah
Greg Fansler, Virginia Tech
Christopher Fruean, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Jake Gaither, University of Central Arkansas
Lauren Galena, Colorado State University-Global Campus
Donna Gilbert, Sam Houston State University
Rick Goins, University of Arkansas – Fort Smith
Ron Goldberg, Rochester Institute of Technology
Aphten Goldman, Air Force Academy Association of Graduates
Jordan Gonzales, University of Nebraska
Jaime Griffis, Central Michigan University
Charles Hall, Portland State University
Joan Hall, Indiana University
Teri Harris, University of Kansas
Mia Hawley, Georgia State University
Danielle Hendrix, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Sarah Huerta, University of Minnesota
Cindy Jacobs, Central Michigan University
Debbi Johanning, University of Kansas
Marcie Johnson, University of Pittsburgh
David Johnston, University of Kansas
Melissa Judy, George Mason University
Shannon Juen, University of Minnesota
Chelsea Kari, University of Oregon
Greg Keightley, Western Kentucky University
Marcus Kidd, Kansas State University
Jessica King, Auburn University
Liz King, Penn State University
Ellen Kinsey, Ellen W Kinsey
Diana Koonce, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Mariya Koroleva, UC Berkeley
Maria Kramer, University of Central Arkansas
Kevin Lobdell, Binghamton University
BayLee Long, University of Southern Mississippi
Hayley Lucich, Portland State University
Jonathan Malek, University of Pittsburgh
Jessica Marshall, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Paige Marsin, Arizona State University
Tamara Martin, Virginia Commonwelath University
Amber May, Eastern Illinois University
Ashley McBride, Georgia State University
Lauren McCann, University of Central Arkansas
Staci McDonough, University of Florida
Stephanie Miller, University of North Carolina
Charley Morris, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Steve Mullen, The University of Mississippi
Kristen Murphy, University at Buffalo
Rachel Newman, University of Missouri
Kristy Omelianuk, Rutgers University
Kristina Oncken-Cortez, University of Illinois
Jennifer Osieczanek, University of Colorado Boulder
Kristina Paquette, Central Washington University
Tatum Payan, Stanford University
Paul Phootrakul, UC Irvine
Christy Pourney, University of Missouri
Carolyn Preul, Columbia College
Paige Price, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Alyssa Pruitt, University of Arkansas
Jamie Puryear, University of Texas at Austin
Amanda Putzer, New York University
Sean Regan, University of Maryland
Lauren Richards, University of Southern Mississippi
David Roloff, University of Missouri
Jessica Savoie, James Madison University
David Scaliatine, Texas State University
Jordan Scarleski, Christian Brothers University
Susan Sheehan, University of Wisconsin Madison
Derek Snyder, Stephen F. Austin State University
Caroline Sullivan, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Angela Tharp, Iowa State University
Jesse Thill, University of Central Arkansas
Katie Thore, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Katherine Tippins Sylvestre, University of Colorado College of Nursing
Jennifer Tobias, Florida State University
Terez Wilson, Christian Brothers University
Clay Wyllia, Arkansas Tech University
Lisha Yates, University of Central Arkansas


Thank you for your interest in sponsoring the 21th annual CAMMP (Council of Alumni Marketing and Membership Professionals) Conference.

This event brings more than 100 Alumni Association marketing decision-makers from throughout the country together to discuss current issues and share insights about affinity relationships, membership and other revenue opportunities. Marketing directors and managers from Alumni Associations in the ACC, American Conference, Big 12, Big Ten, MAC, PAC 12 and SEC are among those who regularly attend.

Your corporate sponsorship allows you to participate in some of the conference activities, provide promotional and informational materials for our participants, and support an annual event that brings Alumni Association Marketing professionals together.

Visit our conference sponsorship page to learn more about benefits.

"In addition to our annual conference, members of CAMMP are constantly communicating through a very active listserv where talented alumni professionals share ideas, seek guidance, and benchmark programs and services."

— Greg Fansler, Virginia Tech Alumni Association Director and 2016-17 CAMMP President

9 a.m. | Chautauqua Hike (Optional)
Chautauqua Trail

1 – 4 p.m. | Attendee Check-In
Millennium Lobby

2:30 – 4 p.m. | Newcomer Orientation
Rec Center

4 – 5:30 p.m. | Welcome and First Session
Keynote Speaker TBA
Rec Center

5:30 – 6 p.m. | Walking Tour of Campus

6 – 9 p.m. | Attendee Only Dinner/Activity
Koenig Alumni Center

9 p.m. | After Hours
Pearl Street

7:15 – 8:15 a.m. | Breakfast
Rec Center

8:15 – 9:30 a.m. | Morning Announcements and Session
Best Practices for Communications and Marketing: getting your message noticed and acted upon, across generations and constituents
Rec Center

9:30 – 10:30 a.m. | Sponsor Intros
Rec Center

10:30 – 11:30 a.m. | Session Two
The Student to Alumnus Transition
Rec Center

11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. | Sponsor Intros
Rec Center

12:30 – 1:45 p.m. | Attendee Lunch with Sponsors
Farrand Field

2 – 2:45 p.m. | Session Three
APPlicable Marketing for the 21st Century: integrating technology into your digital marketing plan
Rec Center

2:45 – 3:45 p.m. | Breakout Sessions (Session Four)
Rec Center

  • Membership A-Z
  • Affinity Partnerships & Revenue Generation

3:45 – 5:15 p.m. | Sponsor Visits and Cocktail Reception
Touchdown Club

6:30 – 7:30 p.m. | Attendee and Sponsor Dinner
Chautauqua Dining Hall

8 p.m. | After Hours
Pearl Street/Lazy Dog

7:45 – 8:45 a.m. | Breakfast
Rec Center

8:45 – 9:45 a.m. | CAMMP Business Meeting
Rec Center

9:45 – 10:45 a.m. | Session Five
Data and Analytics: Collecting, Analyzing and Engaging
Rec Center

11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. | Sponsor Visits
Touchdown Club

12:15 – 12:30 p.m. | Sponsor Raffle Drawings
Touchdown Club/Koenig Alumni Center

12:30 – 2 p.m. | Attendee Lunch with Roundtables
Koenig Alumni Center

2 – 2:45 p.m. | Session Six
Developing Brand Strategy and Defining Your True Value Prop.
Rec Center

2:45 – 3:30 p.m. | Session Seven
Burning Issues: Current Trends, Challenges, and the Future of the Alumni Industry
Rec Center

3:30 – 4 p.m. | Attendee Pack Up & Walk to Planetarium
Rec Center

4 – 5 p.m. | Planetarium Presentation
Fiske Planetarium

6 – 6:30 p.m. | Stadium Tour
Folsom Field

6:30 – 7:30 p.m. | Cocktail Reception
Folsom Rooftop Terrace

7:30 – 9 p.m. | Attendee Only Dinner
Folsom Rooftop Terrace

9 p.m. | After Hours
Hotel or Denver

Click here to register for the 2017 CAMMP Conference.

Click here to earn about CAMMP Conference sponsorship opportunities.

Annual CAMMP Conference Participation

Year Location Participants Sponsors
1997 North Carolina State 25 4
1998 Georgia Tech 35 11
1999 William & Mary 33 15
2000 University of New Hampshire 48 19
2001 University of Virginia 51 26
2002 Pennsylvania State University 62 26
2003 University of Florida 71 32
2004 University of Connecticut 82 35
2005 The Ohio State University 105 37
2006 Florida State University 117 38
2007 University of Illinois 131 44
2008 University of Pittsburgh 144 45
2009 Kansas State University 79 33
2010 West Virginia University 103 46
2011 Arizona State University 125 44
2012 University of Central Florida 138 46
2013 Virginia Tech 117 43
2014 Iowa State University 122 48
2015 University of Memphis 137 49
2016 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 131 54
2017 University of Colorado Boulder