Virtual Staff Directory

June 1 - June 2

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Virtual Staff Directory


Shawn Conrad, CAE

Fascinating tidbit: In college I majored in agricultural sciences with a desire to be an agricultural extension agent.
Personal hero: Our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln
On my bookshelf: David and Goliath, by Malcolm Gladwell; The Case for God, by Karen Armstrong; and How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie.


Rachel Yoka, CAPP, LEED AP

Vice President, Program Development
Contact me for: Alliance for Parking Data Standards (APDS), Accredited Parking Organization (APO), USGBC/Green Building Certification Inc./Parksmart, outreach and presentation, technical publications, state and regional associations, committee liaison.
Personal hero: Jane Goodall, for her thoughtful and endearing manner and understanding of the connectivity of all habitats and creatures.
On my bookshelf: A Walk in the Woods and In a Sunburned Country, by Bill Bryson. I haven’t hiked the trail, but the second inspired me to go to Australia, my all-time favorite.


Bonnie Watts, CEM

Vice President, Sales
Contact me for: IPMI Conference & Expo exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities; advertising in Parking & Mobility, IPMI’s website, IPMI newsletters, and the IPMI Conference & Expo Program Guide.
Fascinating tidbit: I am an interior decorator in an association professional’s body. And believe it or not, gardening (specifically landscaping) and fishing are actually relaxing to me.
I cheer for: The Ohio State Buckeyes and the Redskins (anyone but the Cowboys!)


Kathleen Federici, M.Ed

Director, Professional Development
Contact me for: E-learning, Webinars, CAPP, and Instructor-led trainings.
Fascinating tidbit: I am a Certified Master Composter.
Guilty pleasure: Dark chocolate-covered pretzels and cookies.
In my spare time: I tend to my vegetable gardens.


Kim Fernandez

Director of Publications; Editor, Parking & Mobility
Contact me for: Parking & Mobility magazine, The IPMI Blog, and other IPMI publications; the Forum online member community.
Fascinating tidbit: I have never received a parking citation.
On my bookshelf: On Writing, by Stephen King; A Man Called Ove, by Fredrik Backman; and The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything, by James Martin.
I cheer for: The Ravens, anybody playing the Colts (it’s a Baltimore thing), and Darius Rucker.

Tina Altman

Member & Event Services
Contact me for: Membership questions, account updates, advertising, and any conference & expo questions.
Fascinating tidbit: I used to fly an airplane with my dad and know how to drive a school bus. Halloween is my favorite holiday.
Pride and joy: Without a doubt, my children and grandchildren!
Guilty pleasure: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Sangria.
In my spare time: I spend as much of it with my granddaughters as I can! Anytime I can get away, I head to the beach. I’m a big fan of horror movies, crime dramas or comedies. 

Michelle W. Jones, CAE, CMP

Director, Convention & Meeting Services
Contact me for: IPMI meetings.
Fascinating tidbit: I am a self-proclaimed geek who had perfect attendance all four years of high school.
Personal hero: My cousin Ciana. She’s 18, a college freshman, and has arthrogryposis, but doesn’t let her physical limitations get her down. She’s always smiling and singing. Taylor Swift is her favorite! (And she gets fussed at for being a speed demon in her motorized wheelchair!)
Guilty pleasure: Champagne.

Cindy Campbell

Senior Training and Development Specialist
Contact me for: Onsite training and professional development programs.
Fascinating tidbit: My first job was recording public service announcements for broadcast on a local radio station. That job led to working as a DJ playing disco music. (I think I’ve just dated myself.)
In my spare time: I cherish every moment I get to spend with family and friends. They make this life a rich experience.
I cheer for: The Dallas Mavericks.


Justin L. Grunert

LMS and Training Coordinator
Contact me for: Online learning, webinars, and CAPP information.
Guilty pleasure: Garrett’s Chicago Mix Popcorn.
In my spare time: I enjoy baking and decorating cookies and cakes, play in a kickball league, and enjoy horror movies.
Deserted Island Wish List: Five years’ supply of suntan lotion, a beach chair, and an unlimited supply of ‘80s music.


Rita Pagan

Events and Exhibits Manager
Contact me for: Leadership Summit, IPMI Conference & Expo.
On my bookshelf: Tons of James Patterson and anything by Nicholas Sparks; who doesn't love a good cry while reading?
Guilty pleasure: 99% cocoa chocolate bars. They are really hard to find and I usually only buy them when I’m traveling internationally.
In my spare time: I bake. A lot! It’s a complete stress reducer for me. I rarely show up anywhere without baked goods in hand.


Jean MIller

Executive Assistant
Contact me for: General IPMI inquiries.
Fascinating tidbit: I won the Hula Hoop contest at an office Christmas party before I started working at IPMI.
I cheer for: The Washington Redskins (even when they’re not winning).


Helen Sullivan, APR, Fellow PRSA

Communications Counsel
Contact me for: Accessible Parking Coalition, breaking (parking, transportation, and mobility) news; or parking safety-related issues.
In my spare time: I am on the board of the American Writers Museum – opening in Chicago in 2017 at 180 North Michigan Avenue - which will be the first museum in the U.S. dedicated to American writers.

Sally Jasionowski

Website Manager
Contact me for: IPMI Website updates and posts.
Fascinating tidbit: I enjoy Traditional Scottish music and play fiddle in the Potomac Valley Scottish fiddle club.
In my spare time: I have a small business called Cakebee where I craft bespoke wedding cakes.   I am a board member for my Scottish Fiddle club and post all the social media updates.
Guilty Pleasure: Laduree macarons and Korean fried chicken.

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