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The Case Management Society of America (CMSA) is pleased to announce that Amy Black, Executive Director of CMSA, has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation.

Awarded by the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), the CAE is the association industry’s highest professional credential. The rigorous process of Certified Association Executive certification requires a minimum of three years’ experience in nonprofit organization management, at least one hundred hours of specialized professional development, and passing a stringent examination covering all aspects of association management.

The CAE stands as a mark of excellence in the association industry. This accomplishment, combined with Amy’s expertise in association growth and almost twenty years of experience in association leadership, highlights the incomparable vision and determination driving CMSA forward. “In less than a year, Amy’s expertise, experience and impactful performance have steered CMSA in new directions and allowed the organization to stake a fresh and innovative claim in an ever-changing healthcare landscape,” said Melanie Prince, President of CMSA. “Amy’s certification is a hard-earned distinction, and she demonstrates her competency as a premier executive every day!”

The Case Management Society of America is honored to have Amy Black leading the way in its mission to elevate the case management profession.


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