ORLANDO, Fla. — FMI's new president and chief executive officer last week unveiled her plans for the organization, with a promise to “increase the value of FMI” for its members. In an address at FMI's Midwinter Executive Conference here, Leslie G. Sarasin outlined her broad plans to improve the organization, engage with members, collaborate with other associations and work with the new Congress and President. Sarasin began her role in early November, succeeding Tim Hammonds, who had led ...
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