CPMA recently concluded its successful 2023/2024 webinar series. We extend our heartfelt thanks to all our presenters and attendees for their invaluable contributions and participation.

If you are interested in presenting at one of our webinars, please click here to make a submission.

Looking ahead, our 2024/2025 webinar series will kick off following our September annual conference. Here’s a peek at what we have in store for you!

Tuesday, October 15, 2024: "Managing Congestion in Urban Areas: Balancing Curb Use and Stakeholder Decision-Making" by Scott Petri (Mobility & Parking Advisors, LLC)

Tuesday, January 14, 2025: "Leveling Up: Strategies for Boosting the Power of Data in Your Parking Operation" by Santiago Morales (In-Parking)

Tuesday, March 18, 2025: "Electric Vehicles and Parking Structures - Should the code change?" by Leslie Jo Hurwitz (Walker Consultants)

All webinars are held via Zoom at 10:00 AM.


Previous Webinar Series

"Data-Driven Parking Lot Repair and Reconditioning" by Kofi Thomas (NC State University)

"Adding a Parking Structure to the City’s Parking Assets and Going from Free to Paid Parking – a Case Study of the City of Hendersonville, NC" by Brian Pahle (City of Hendersonville), Jamie Carpenter (City of Hendersonville), & Geoffrey Posluszny, CPP (CAPP, Walker Consultants)

"If This Than What - Security That Does More, Exploring Relays With AI" by Melody Dargon (Security Reps)

"Cruising into Port of Galveston's New Net-Zero Terminal 10 and How Parking Technology Contributes to Best-in-Class Customer Experience" by Rob McConnell (WGI)

"When Enough is Enough: Setting Professional Boundaries with Angry Customers" by Cindy Campbell (IPMI)

"The Growth of EV Charging in North and South Carolina" by  Geoffrey A. Posluszny, CPP (Walker Consultants), Rob Bedenbaugh, PE, CPM (SCDOT), & Jan Schulte (EV Passport)

 "Virtual Permits: Parking Management in a Rapidly Changing World" by Caitlyn Blakelock (NC State University)