TAPE CEO Louisa Jaffe Named to Contract Mgmt Group’s Advisory Board; Laurence Trowel Comments

Louisa Jaffe
Louisa Jaffe

Louisa Jaffe, CEO and president of Technical and Project Engineering, has been re-appointed to the advisory board of the National Contract Management Association for program year ending June 30, 2015.

Jaffe has been a member of the NCMA’s board of advisors since 2008, providing guidance to national officers on contract management issues, TAPE said Monday.

“With each year that passes, I continue to be impressed by the breadth and depth of the educational and professional development opportunities that NCMA has to offer both new and current contracting professionals,” Jaffe said.

Penny White, a senior contracts manager at Boeing and NCMA president-elect for PY 2015, will serve as the board of advisors chairperson.

“We greatly value the breadth of experience and variety of perspectives [BOA members] bring to the Association and we appreciate [their] willingness to share it with our members,” said Laurence Trowel, NCMA president-elect for PY 2014.

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