Six of the 100 highest-paid registered lobbyists at associations have become CEO in the past year, and two more have become COO.
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A push in many states to loosen licensing standards in order to increase job opportunities threatens a core facet of the association business model: certifications.
Something about being named to the board of the Automotive Hall of Fame, as he was on May 14, really revs Bill Long’s engine.
Scott Serota has led health insurance federation since 2000, guiding group through challenges such as the Affordable Care Ac.
CEO believes it is time for group to have a ‘new pair of eyes’ as industry faces legal challenges resulting from national opioid crisis.
Tom Donohue remains CEO for three more years, but Suzanne Clark immediately takes on his former title of president at the business group.
Associations are having success soliciting short videos about profession or industry; some groups run contests with prizes for winners
Today’s businesses and professionals have limited time and limited dollars, so if associations are trying to convince members to part with both, they need a compelling message about what they deliver, according to association consultants. “It is not just about addressing challenges. It is about solving problems,” said Dan Varroney, CEO of Potomac Core Consulting.
CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers has bolstered group’s finances and D.C. presence, forged constructive relationship with Trump
Catherine Rydell is retiring as CEO of the $75M-revenue American Academy of Neurology after more than 20 years, effective May 2020.