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At least 10 associations have Las Vegas events in June.
Dick Doyle, a veteran of 43 years in association management, is semi-retiring from the $5 million-revenue Vinyl Institute by year end.
When should an association leader step down to explore new career opportunities? The answer can depend on what's best for the association's future.
American Beverage Association leader tapped to succeed departing CEO Dirk Kempthorne at insurance industry group.
Longtime staffer and one of Washington, D.C.'s most prominent association lobbyists to leave $235 million-revenue group by end of year.
CEO to end 20-year career at Associaton of American Railroads in 2019; executive recuriting firm Korn Ferry to lead search for successor.
Peter Larkin, CEO of the National Grocers Association, was one of two Washington, D.C.-area leaders recently recognized for their contributions in helping raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease.
Second in a year-long series on social technology issues that association leaders must address to guide their groups into the future.
CEO led four associations before joining alcohol industry group in 2016; board of directors plans to initiate search for successor.