It is our privilege to honor Alison Alexander as the 2015 ACMP Midwest Chapter Volunteer of the Year for her outstanding efforts as Co-Chairperson in helping to make our 1st Annual Midwest Change Connect conference a phenomenal success. As the recipient of this award Alison was presented with a trophy at the MCC Conference and a complementary registration to the ACMP Global conference to be held in Dallas in May 2016.
As Co-Chairperson of the Midwest Change Connect conference, Alison led the core team and the board of directors in planning and executing a tremendously successful event. Her daily guidance, oversight, and tireless efforts served to produce the outstanding learning and networking event we all enjoyed this year and set the bar for all future conferences. Alison generously dedicated her expertise, energy, and passion to our chapter in this extraordinary manner and is truly deserving of this first ever ACMP Midwest Chapter Volunteer of the Year award.
Alison is a passionate change practitioner, gourmet cook, and involved in various volunteer organizations. Alison is a graduate student in the Master of Science in Learning and Organizational Change (MSLOC) program at Northwestern University. She will complete her degree, present her thesis – Purpose in Business – and graduate in December 2015. Alison is currently pursuing a position in corporate social responsibility and sustainable business practices.