Recruiters say ability to lead through disruption is the top attribute boards seek today. “We are seeing a strong desire for individuals who have the experience and capability to lead through disruption in various industries or associations,” said Lorraine Lavet of Korn Ferry. Stephanie Tomasso of Russell Reynolds Associates agreed, saying candidates who can reverse declining membership or reshape a trade show are sought.
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Longtime lobbyist for American Road & Transportation Builders Association was board’s unanimous choice to succeed Pete Ruane.
Oct. 24, 2018
Nagle to retire from AAPA
The longtime CEO of the $3.1M-revenue American Association of Port Authorities will retire in the fall of 2019. Kurt Nagle has spent 33 years at the association, including 23 as CEO.
Government relations executive will be CEO of both Distilled Spirits Council and foundation focused on responsible drinking
As millions of trick-or-treaters hit the streets with candy on their minds, the executive director of the Halloween Industry Association is thinking far beyond the traditional spooky season.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation has set its sights on the 2018 midterm elections with its first-ever .
Group credits CEO for growth in membership and member engagement. Board of directors to begin for successor early next year.
Mark Langley to retire from Newtown Square, Pa.-based $188 million-revenue PMI after eight years as CEO. Heidrick & Struggles tapped for search.
Longtime head of government relations for American Road & Transportation Builders Association will take over top job Jan. 1, succeeding Pete Ruane.
The new leader of both the Council and Responsibility.org foundation has led government affairs for two leading makers of alcoholic beverages.