© Marie Jones BSc, FIMI, PgCHE, FHEA, AHCS, fCMgr
The President’s Service Award was initiated in 1976, in lieu of the honorary fellowship for non-technical achievement. It is for: “Meritorious Continuous Service to the BioCommunications Association.” It carries the same prestige as the Fellowship, and may be given once during a President's two-year term.
The award was re-named in honor of BCA's founding president, Ralph Creer, in 1980. Recognizing those who have served the Association and its members with distinction, this award is given by BCA's President. Nominations may be directed to the BCA President.
“For distinguished service to the Association and the ideals to which it aspires, reaching out to members through her work as the Chair of Endowment Fund for Education, the Director of Communications, and as a speaker at numerous BIOCOMM conferences. Her selfless sharing of ideas for the association and conferences comes from extensive experience in the field as well as leading many conferences within Australia. She has proven to be a good friend and valued mentor to many BCA members. Her dedication and enthusiasm are appreciated by the BCA. The BCA has been supremely served.”
Susan Loomis, FBCA, President
June 21, 2019
Pacific Grove, California, USA
"For distinguished service to the Association and the ideals to which it aspires, for many years of dedication and professionalism, for his tireless and continued commitment as a New England Chapter Officer, and for his service on the Board of Governors as Director of the Committee on Professional Education We are indebted to him for implementing our webinars, for moderating and presenting in numerous InfoShare sessions, for audiovisual support for many meetings, and his dedication and outstanding service as Secretary/Treasurer. His enthusiasm, sense of humor and sage insights for the Association are an inspiration for all. BCA has been supremely served."
Connie Johansen, RBP, President
June 24, 2016
New Orleans, Louisiana, US