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For new CEOs, moving quickly is key to setting the framework for meaningful change
Greenwood, a career politician who started out as a social worker and
then spent the next 26 years in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, the
Pennsylvania State Senate and in Congress, became president and CEO of BIO in 2005. He spoke to CEO Update recently about leaving politics, navigating
association politics and building consensus among members in a growing
and pivotal organization.
Salaries rise for government relations, research and finance positions; associations seek more candidates with better access and niche skills
August 10, 2006
Kiwanis Int'l Selects CEO/Executive Director
August 9, 2006
California Medical Association CEO Search Begins
August 4, 2006
At its annual conference in Hawaii, the American Bar Association introduced its new board president as well as the new executive director/CSO.
The ABA named retired Rear Admiral, lawyer, and current executive director of the Institute of International Container Lessors, Henry F. White Jr., as its new executive director/CSO, ending a year-long search.
After serving for 20 years at American Association of Museums, Ed Able stepped down on Aug. 1, 2006 to pursue other opportunities. Able spoke to CEO Update about his tenure at AAM and advice he has for aspiring execs and his successor.
Merging Financial Associations Select Spencer Stuart
August 3, 2006
The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association has
selected executive recruitment firm Spencer Stuart to conduct the
search for CEO.
SIFMA is the new organization resulting from the merger of the
Securities Industry Association and The Bond Market Association. The
merger is moving forward after June board approval and a recent member
vote. The organizations anticipate completion of the merger later this
The latest association staff arrivals and departures