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Natchez Convention Center welcomes Crocker

Hy Crocker

Natchez Convention Center has announced Hy Crocker as the Director of Event Services. Crocker will be responsible for coordinating event set ups, catering services, staff scheduling as well as general management responsibilities.

Crocker comes to the Convention Center with 13+ years of experience with H.E. Management Company where she served as Board Administrator and Executive Director for Mississippi Board of Psychology. In this position, Crocker communicated with board members, supervisors and conveyed information to the public processing yearly license renewals verifying continuing education requirements. She implemented board financial, budget and record keeping systems, developed and maintained the Board of Psychology website, and designed the automated licensing system allowing for online payments and engine interface.

Crocker served as Business Manager for Mississippi Association Managers from 2000 to 2005. She attended and participated in the following meetings and conferences:
• COM/CED’s American Economic Development Council Certification 1984
• Private Pilot Certification 1983 • MPA Tourism Certification 2000
• Meeting Planning Certification 2002
• Association State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) Annual & Midyear Conventions 2000-2017
• Mississippi Psychological Association Conventions 2000-2016
• American Psychological Association Conventions (APA) 2005
• Federation of Association of Regulator Boards (FARB) 2014 Forum
• American Institute of Architects (AIA) State & National Conventions 2000-2005
• Mississippi Tourism Association Conventions (MTA) 2000-2005
• Mississippi Society of Association Executive (MSAE) State Conventions 2000-2005
• Mississippi Emergency Medical Service-State Conventions 2000-2005

In 2016, Crocker received the National Ming Fisher Awards given in recognition of contributions to Psychologists and Psychology, demonstrated by dedication to licensing and regulation and administrative approach that has been consistently fair and respectful and stellar service to the board and ASPPB.


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