The National Press Photographers Association prioritizes member safety year-round. During the Capitol Insurrection on January 6, the group used social media to not only share information and safety suggestions but also to communicate with journalists who were on the ground.
The Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association typically made most of its money from milkshake sales at the annual Farm Show. But with the pandemic forcing the 2021 event to go virtual, the group is taking the show on the road with pop-up milkshake stands around the state.
While the pandemic led many associations to offer free education and events as a way to best support members in 2020, now is the time for organizations to re-evaluate their pricing strategy to ensure sustainable revenue.
The Association of Black Cardiologists, concerned about the lack of diversity in cardiology training programs, has launched a new diversity and inclusion scorecard initiative. The group wants to highlight examples of programs done well so others can emulate their techniques.
In the COVID-19 economy, generating revenue is crucial, and marketing departments being able to attribute revenue to their efforts is also important. An expert offers three tips to get you on the right path.
Caring for patients, family members, and others during the pandemic has heaped tons of stress and anxiety on nurses. Hoping to help reduce the negative impacts, the National Black Nurses Association is launching a free mental health program for its members.
With social gatherings still upended by the pandemic, and many associations facing financial struggles, groups are turning to alternatives like Zoom parties and in-home contests to celebrate the holiday season with staff.
Recognizing the key role boards can play in reducing cyberattacks, the National Association of Corporate Directors, World Economic Forum, and Internet Security Alliance have joined forces to create cyber safety guidance for volunteer leaders.
Strong social media policies not only inform employees and volunteers but also help reduce statements that could damage an organization’s reputation or cause liability.
After receiving numerous complaints about members’ comments on social media, the National Association of Realtors’ Board of Directors passed a new policy that makes it an ethics violation for members to use hate or harassing speech outside of work.