International Parking Institute Announces Resignation

The Board of Directors of The International Parking Institute, the leading educational, training and trade organization for parking professionals, announced the resignation of David L. Ivey as president of the organization.
ipi_logo.gifThe board accepted Mr. Ivey’s resignation at its meeting in Ft. Lauderdale, FL yesterday.
“It has been an honor to work with IPI for 25 years, and I take pride in the organization’s role in
the industry,” said Mr. Ivey.
Kim E. Jackson, CAPP, vice president of IPI, assumes interim leadership. The board is currently
assembling a task force to launch a formal search for a new president.

About The International Parking Institute

The International Parking Institute, a trade organization founded in 1962 to represent the marketing, economic and political concerns of its members, is made up of parking professionals found in virtually every area of corporate America. IPI's members include major transit authorities, airports, hospitals, universities, corporate complexes, shopping centers, state and federal
government agencies, hospitals, convention and sports centers, theme parks, hotels, casinos and more.
The mission of the organization is to provide leadership, education, technical resources and information to the parking profession and related fields. For additional information, please visit
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