HOW IT WORKS:
When you join CMAA, you must join both the national association and a chapter. As subsidiaries of CMAA, chapters function as regionalized associations that are positioned to attend to their members’ specific needs and interests. Although CMAA offers numerous educational programs focused on certifications and special conferences, the majority of a member’s educational and networking opportunities is offered at the chapter level.
The Pittsburgh Chapter consists of the following boundaries in the State of Pennsylvania and West Virginia: Western PA, including Elk, Clearfield, Clair and Bedford Counties, and all west thereof except the for northernmost counties of Erie, Crawford, Warren and McKean; plus the counties of Preston, Taylor, Harrison, Doddridge and Tyler, and all north thereof in West Virginia.