Meet the leaders of the APMP-NCA Chapter
Why does APMP-NCA serve the proposal management and business development community so well?
Because it’s run by members from that very community.
2022 – 2023 APMP-NCA Executive Board
Ros currently serves as Director, Business Development for Cella, a consulting services and staffing solutions provider, where she assists government, state & local and commercial contracting firms in the functional areas of capture, pricing, proposals, production, creative, marketing and digital.
An active member of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals for many years, Ros volunteered with the NCA chapter in various capacities from 2010-2016. Ros served as NCA Secretary from 2020-2021, and currently serves as chapter President.
When not supporting proposal needs and NCA members, Ros is a budding oenophile, regular book group member, and occasionally serves as a minister to officiate her friends’ weddings.
Morgan has supported the board for over two years – first as a volunteer to modernize the face of NCA (apmp-nca.org), then as the APMP-NCA Conference Chair presiding over NCA’s first virtual MAC, and now as Secretary. As a proposal manager at a digital transformation firm, Morgan constantly promotes best practices for adopting change across people, processes, and technology.
Morgan holds a MS in Marketing Management, a BS in English, and is in pursuit of the APMP Foundation’s level certification. In addition to her contributions to the proposal industry, she advocates for diversity, equity, and inclusion in all spaces.
2022 Directors At Large
Sarah recently celebrated her one-year anniversary of being an active member of APMP by passing the APMP Foundation’s level certification. As a lover of community, she decided to volunteer her proficiencies to her local chapter. With more than 3 years of special events experience, she currently serves as one of two Event Chairs for APMP NCA where she plans to create innovative and engaging opportunities for members to network, share, and learn.
Sarah also is a Communications and Social Media Intern with the National Association of Secretaries of State where she assists in both marketing campaign creation and bi-annual conference planning activities. In her free time, Sarah is a fitness instructor, youth group leader, and advocate for the importance of mental health practices in all walks of life – both personal and professional.