Jessica Levin Honored as Finalist for PCMA Visionary Awards, Community Advocate of the Year

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On May 3, 2017,  Seven Degrees Communications President, Jessica Levin, was honored as a finalist for Community Advocate of the Year at the PCMA Foundation’s Visionary Awards. This award honors one PCMA member in the business events industry who has developed and managed a unique and impactful program benefiting the community in which their meeting was held.

More than 1,000 leaders in the business events were in attendance at the premier industry recognition event that took place at the Marriott Marquis in Washington D.C.

“I was thrilled to be a finalist and represent the New York chapter of the Professional Convention Management Association for our work in the community.   Over the last several years we have dedicated resources to support The Bowery Mission and Operation BBQ Relief. It feels great to be recognized for our work and hopefully we inspire others to give back.”

“Our 2017 honorees and award winners’ accomplishments serve as inspiration to both industry veterans and novices alike,” said PCMA President & CEO, Deborah Sexton. “Each an expert in their profession—always endeavoring to lead the advancement of their organizations and the business events industry.”

Other finalists included Adam Anderson of Informa Exhibitions and Peter C. O’Brien, CASE, Global Account Executive with Marriott Global Sales Organization, who took home the Community Advocate of the Year award.

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