Meet the National Office Crew

Lynda

July 11, 2017

Lynda Green – Orders, Ship’s Store, Student Services and New Members

CPS-ECP has benefitted greatly from having Lynda on its National Office staff for over 20 years. Her work extends to many individuals in the organization including volunteers, new members and students. She ensures that all orders are shipped in a timely fashion, she works with squadrons throughout the year to process over one thousand new memberships and to deliver almost two thousand Merit Mark Certificates, as well as attending to a multitude of enquiries and course registrations from squadrons and students.

For assistance with any of these services you can contact Lynda at lgreen@cps-ecp.ca or by calling the National Office at extension 0156.

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