New Membership Services Associate Joins the Team at the National Office

Victoria Thompson


Feb 23, 2016

CPS-ECP is pleased to announce that Ms. Victoria Thompson has joined their team at the CPS-ECP National Office in the position of Membership Services Associate.   She will be responsible for all membership services related functions, membership administration and will support their Districts and Squadrons as needed.

Victoria is bilingual and will provide service in both French and English. By telephone she is available at extension 0159 and she may be reached at by email. Ms. Thompson is a recent graduate of Guelph Humber University and has the customer service experience that CPS-ECP requires and was looking.

Should members need any assistance or membership information they may contact Victoria Thompson directly at the National Office – Monday through Friday, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. EST.

CPS-ECP looks forward to having Victoria as a key part of their team to serve all members.


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