About

Charlie Perkins is a dynamic manager with 30 years experience in all aspects of video production and conference center operations. Highly regarded leader, with the ability to motivate employees to deliver performance. Able to evaluate operational needs and implement strategies that increase productivity, enhance quality, and improve cost effectiveness. Provide the strategic vision and leadership necessary to effectively guide multi-media operations.

Demonstrated commitment to achieving corporate objectives has led to a highly successful career with the Mayo Clinic and the Bank of Montreal group of companies. Highly organized and efficient. Proven marketing ability in video production and videoconferencing services. Built a successful video production facility separate from Harris Bank’s conference center operation. Winner of numerous awards for United Way employee solicitation videos.

I’ve served as President of the Chicago Junior Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Jaycees), Chairman of Hope Ministries in Chicago and President of Vector International. I was a Chicago Bulls (NBA) photographer during their 3-peat championship run.

I currently serve as the Immediate Past President of BDPA (Black Data Processing Associates) Southern Minnesota Chapter and Historian for the Communications Media Management Association (CMMA). I’m actively involved in mentoring young people in our community promoting opportunities for personal and professional development.

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