Rick Burt, the training and development manager for Alpha Gamma Delta International Fraternity, would be a flight attendant if he wasn't doing this.
Randi Mayes, the executive director of the International Legal Technology Association, answers questions from ILTA member Richard Shepherd.
A roundup of new hires and other personnel moves in the association industry.
If you could give your 25-year-old self a piece of advice, what would it be?
If you could give your 25-year-old self a piece of advice, what would it be? It's a question that a lot of people had answers for, many of which we couldn't get into the issue. But we made room for them here. Check a few of them out below.
Silvia Quevedo, CAE, the director of practice guidance for the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, taps her clinical experience to solve problems and meet goals.
Americans have quite a bit to do on the work-life balance front.
Associations are everywhere. Here’s a snapshot from the Golden State.
On the eighth annual National Day of Unplugging, March 3–4, people across the country will declare independence from their digital devices, if only for 24 hours. Tanya Schevitz, a spokesperson for the Jewish nonprofit Reboot, which created NDU, has the backstory and some ideas for how you can join the movement to unplug.
When it comes to the benefits that professionals seek from associations, preferences change with age. A recent study of association members from software firm Abila found that jobs, training, and career advancement rate highest for younger members, while those in older generations value more good-of-the-order benefits.