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Mary Ann Hopkins: Parsons VP Heather Shinn to Serve on CMAA Board

ParsonsTYSONS CORNER, VA, October 20,  2015 — Mary Ann Hopkins, Parsons government services president, has welcomed the appointment of Heather Shinn as board member of the Construction Management Association of America, GovCon Executive reported Monday.

Shinn, , a vice president and program manager in Hopkins’ group, will serve a three-year term in the organization dedicated toward the advancement of program and construction managers around the world, Parsons said Friday.

“Parsons is proud that Heather has been given the opportunity to serve CMAA as a member of their board of directors, ” said Hopkins.

“We congratulate her on her well-deserved election to this prestigious position.”

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