APRA History: 1992
February 12–14, 1992
125 members come to Orlando for APRA’s inaugural winter conference, which focused on management issues.
- Keynote: Peter McE. Buchanan, President of CASE
- Conference Chair: John Gliha
Comprehensive membership survey conducted.
Kathy Wilson, President (resigned during the year)
Ann Castle, First Vice President, then President (filling vacated position of Kathy Wilson)
Gene Anderson, Publicity (resigned during the year)
Lily Beck, Professional Development
Lyn Day, Treasurer
Barbara Fleming, Secretary
Kathleen Foley, Membership (resigned during the year)
Margaret Fuhry, Vice Conference Chair
Margo Knight (appointed to fill vacant term)
Kay Maves (appointed to fill vacant term)
Emily Pfizenmaier-Henderson, Second Vice President/Conference Chair
August 19–22, 1992
400 attend Fifth Annual Conference, Prospecting for Capital Ideas, in Reston, Virginia.
- Keynote: Theresa A. Amato, Director, Freedom of Information Clearinghouse
- Conference Chair: Emily Pfizenmaier Henderson
- Conference Vice Chair: Margaret Fuhry
- Writing Award: Kathleen Foley, "Issues of Privacy"
- APRA Service Award: Eric Siegel
- Hurricane Andrew Devastates Florida and Louisiana
- Gennifer Flowers Alleges Long Time Affair with Candidate Bill Clinton
- Billionaire Ross Perot Rises in Presidential Race Polls to Over 30 percent
- Acquittal of Officers in Rodney King Beating Sparks Riots, 52 Die
- High — 3,413
- Low — 3,137
Forbes' World's Richest — Top Three
- Walton Family; U.S.; retailing; $23.8 billion
- Taikichiro Mori; Japan; property development; $13 billion
- Yoshiaki Tsutsumi; Japan; land, railroads, resorts; $10 billion
(William H. Gates III was 8th at $6.4 billion)
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