Fellows Recognition Program

Congratulations to the 2022 Class of Fellows


2022 Fellows Forum Announced

The Transformational Journey of Influential Leadership
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 2-4 pm ET
Exclusive program for SMPS Fellows

Program details and registration


Fellows Program Overview

SMPS Fellows Program honors outstanding individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the profession of marketing and business development in the A/E/C industries and to the Society, and to encourage continued achievement and SMPS engagement by senior members.

Individuals who are recognized as Fellows are part of a specially selected group of achievers who not only have access to programs tailored to their needs but also have the responsibility to accept leadership roles in the Society and mentoring roles in the profession.

Only those recognized by this process will be entitled to use the FSMPS designation. The Fellows Recognition Program allows this honor to be bestowed by a panel of peers (the Fellows Jury) who evaluate each application individually.

Fellows often serve as a resource to our chapters and the Society and provide insight, ideas, programs, and mentoring support. In addition, these individuals teach, write, and speak on marketing issues outside of SMPS, working to advance the profession of marketing professional services throughout the architectural, engineering, and construction industries.

Eligibility
To be considered for the Fellow designation, a candidate must:

  • have 15 years of experience as a marketer and/or business developer in the A/E/C industries
  • have been a member of SMPS for at least 10 of the previous 15 consecutive years (since January 1, 2007) and currently be a member in good standing
  • have held a current CPSM certification designation for a minimum of five years
  • complete a detailed application that documents the candidate’s work history, education, professional accomplishments, association participation, and perception of the meaning of the Fellow designation

Questions? Contact Molly Dall’Erta, SMPS Headquarters, at 703.684.2270 or molly@smps.org.