When it’s time for the administration to turn over, the president uses his farewell speech to build and reinforce his legacy. When an association leader steps down, they face the same challenge—without the benefit of a nationally televised speech.
Saying that a bill introduced in Austin last week would discriminate against the LGBT community and hurt business in Texas, ASAE and others in the hospitality, meetings, and association industries announced a joint campaign to oppose it.
By handing out bronze, silver, and gold stars, the Pennsylvania Library Association is recognizing libraries implementing an initiative to improve the state and its residents.
News outlets aren’t the only organizations that need to pull out the stops to draw top talent like Megyn Kelly. When hiring for your association’s executive positions, take these steps to make sure you’re getting the best people.
Two solar energy associations are joining together to create an advisory council meant to draw more investments to solar projects.
In the face of violence and crisis, the Syrian American Medical Society continues to fulfill its mission of providing medical care, resources, and advocacy on behalf of the Syrian people.
Through the National Resource Network, the International City/County Management Association released a resource guide to help local governments increase high-speed internet access.
Four healthcare organizations have joined together in a new nonprofit to create best practices ensuring the safety, quality, and effectiveness of mobile health applications.
The American Geophysical Union is renovating its DC-based building to better support the environment, its employees, and the public.
Opening ASAE’s Technology Conference & Expo Tuesday, keynote speaker Erik Qualman shared five ways association professionals can reach their digital leadership goals.