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IAAPA Webinar: Make The Most of IAAPA Member Benefits – All Welcome

Event Type: Education
Venue: Online
Member Price: $0 | Nonmember Price: $0
Credit Hour(s): None

12-1 p.m. ET

Whether you’ve been part of IAAPA for years or are newer to the community, your IAAPA membership has never been more important to stay connected to resources and attractions industry peers around the globe. Rediscover the many benefits of IAAPA membership and how to access them, including the IAAPA Member Directory, Professional Development, Safety and Security, and industry research. In this webinar, you’ll uncover the full value of your IAAPA membership, hear from current IAAPA members, and learn how easy it is to renew or join.

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Leigh Bingham, Director, Membership Marketing

Leigh Bingham

Director, New Revenue, IAAPA

Leigh Bingham has worked as part of the global membership marketing team for almost 3 years, overseeing acquisition and retention of members, global member communications, and ensuring members are aware of and find value in the benefits provided. Prior to joining IAAPA, Leigh worked as marketing director for an enthusiast magazine publishing company and managed the membership program for PADI, the world’s leading scuba diver training organization.

John Hallenbeck, Vice President, IAAPA North American Operations

John Hallenbeck, ICAE

Vice President and Executive Director, IAAPA North America

John Hallenbeck is the Vice President and Executive Director of IAAPA North America, serving all our members in the US and Canada. John works closely on safety and security issues, along with overseeing the North America team in education, advocacy, member services, marketing and communications and expo operations. With more than 25 years of themed entertainment experience, prior to his role at IAAPA, he served as chair of the IAAPA Education sub-committee for the Asia Pacific region and has been a member of IAAPA’s Asia Pacific Regional Advisory Committee. He continues to remain active in the attractions community through involvement at Rosen College of Hospitality Management and is a long-standing ASTM International member.