Chapter Announcements

Archive of Past 100 Chapter Announcements

  • Meet our 2020 Scholarship Recipients!

    Since 1999 the Portland Chapter of CFMA has provided scholarships to students wishing to pursue an advanced degree. We are excited to announce our 2020 CFMA Scholarship Recipients! Emily Van Orden graduated from Washougal High School and is working on her Associates of Arts degree from Clark College. In the fall she will begin her Freshman year at the University of Portland and will major in Biology. In addition to her studies, Emily is a summer camp counselor.   Aidan Whitlow graduated from Tigard High School and will be starting his Freshman year at Oregon Institute of Technology and will major in Mechanical Engineering. Aidan is active in robotics and band as well as working at Hunter-Davisson, Inc. during the summers.  Drew Knox is beginning his Sophomore year at Corban University majoring in Accounting. Drew also works for his family's construction company and is also an accomplished artist. The CFMA Portland Chapter would like to thank all of our ...
  • New Library Post - COVID-19 Economic Update with Anirban Basu

    "Return of the Economist: COVID-19 Economic Update with Anirban Basu"   COVID-19 has rocked what had appeared to be a nearly invincible economy; one associated with substantial job growth, multi-decade lows in unemployment, sturdy compensation increases, robust retail sales, low inflation, and strong financial market performance. Underneath that strong performance, however, was a set of fragilities that have been exposed by the pandemic. This webinar speaks to our current economic circumstances, how difficult things are likely to become over the foreseeable future, and the contours of the brisk recovery to come thereafter. Anirban is Chairman & CEO of Sage Policy Group, Inc., an economic and policy consulting firm in Baltimore.  Anirban serves as the chief economist to Associated Builders and Contractors  and as chief economic adviser to the Construction Financial Management Association.  In 2007 and then again in 2016, Mr. Basu was selected by the Daily Record newspaper as one of Maryland’s 50 most influential people. The Baltimore Business ...
  • The Portland Chapter was awarded the 2020 Founder's Award.

    The Portland Chapter was awarded the 2020 Founder's Award. Scoring is based on chapter membership participation, chapter operations, educational offerings, scholarship and charitable events, marketing/public relations and ICCIFP participation. The Portland Chapter excelled in these areas.
  • Scholarships Available!

    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS JULY 3, 2020.  Award recipients will be notified in August.