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CMP Bootcamp

11 October, 2019 - 12 October, 2019
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
SILO Auto Club and Conservancy, 644 E. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
Victoria Schmitz
Phone: (317) 698-0306

Day 1 - October 11: 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Day 2 - October 12: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Session Overview

The prep course will include intensive sessions covering the recommended texts used to prepare for the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP®) exam. The objectives for the CMP Bootcamp are:

  • Walk through the process of obtaining the CMP certification
  • Review each of the (9) CMP-IS Domains and (28) skills
  • See sample exam questions, discuss the way they are structured
  • Receive a 250 question sample exam and answer sheet
  • Discuss available resources
  • Test taking tips
  • Maintaining your certification


Preferred/Premium Member: $250
Essential/Non-Member: $300
Preferred/Premium Student: $250
Essential/Non-Member Student: $300

Instructor:  Molly Johnson, CMP
Molly Johnson, CMP has been in the meetings industry over 25 years working in all areas of hotels for both independent hotels and with the Hilton brand.  Since 2015 Molly has been the Director of Convention Sales for the Wilmington & Beaches CVB in Wilmington, NC primarily developing the growing Convention River District.

In 2010 Molly created the CMP study group format for the MPI Carolinas Chapter, a remote study group so that anyone in the country could join.  The pass rate was 100% for those that participated for the entire 10 week program.  When Molly was selected to serve on Event Industry Council Item Review Panel, she turned the program over to other chapter volunteers who continue to use her program today.  After serving 3 years on the EIC Item Review Panel, Molly began teaching a CMP Bootcamp which she has done for multiple hosted buyer tradeshows as well as MPI Chapters.

Molly has been an MPI Board Retreat Facilitator since February 2017 working with chapters varying in size.  As a Past President of the MPI Carolinas Chapter, Molly understands the goals and challenges of the boards.  Molly has served on multiple MPI committees & task forces on the International level and is currently on the Chapter & Membership  Advisory Council.  She also serves on the PCMA Advocacy Task Force and is an Ambassador for Meetings Mean Business.

In the Wilmington community, Molly is a Board Member for A Safe Place which is a local non-profit assisting domestic victims of human trafficking.  Molly teaches human trafficking awareness to hotels and hospitality related organizations.

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