Elaine Warga-Murray, MA, PCAM Has Been Selected for Inclusion In The TrademarkWomen of Distinction Honors Edition Regency Management Group’s founder and CEO , Elaine Warga-Murray, was recently selected for inclusion in 2017- 2018 TRADEMARK WOMEN OF DISTINCTION Honors Edition for her demonstrated dedication, leadership, and professional excellence. The Trademark of Distinction Honors Edition highlights professional accomplishments of today’s best and brightest women in business. Her exceptional reputation, years of service, level of expertise and positive peer rating were all factors CHAPTER TRENDS

her mark on her profession as an expert and will become part of history as one of the top professionals in her field.”

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