Dear NYSAE Members and Friends,
Did you enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday? At NYSAE (Kellen) Headquarters, we celebrated the theme of “togetherness and gratitude” with a pot luck lunch. When we gathered around the table eating the delicious food everyone prepared, we all shared what we were grateful for this past year—both professionally and personally.
Why did you choose the field of association management and what about it keeps you going?
I’ve always been a storyteller and producer at heart – writing, directing and organizing productions from the time I was a little kid in my grandparents’ living room all the way through my first year out of college. After working for a while in the for-profit entertainment space as a talent agent assistant, and eventually as an agent myself, I wanted to get back to work that was more consistently creative, and more importantly, gave me an opportunity to give back to my community on a daily basis.
Give a colleague the gift of networking and professional growth and get a little something for yourself! Refer a new member to NYSAE and receive a $50 credit that you can use for your membership renewal or registration to an upcoming NYSAE event of your choice. Make sure your colleague mentions your name when they fill out their application so we know to credit you. Refer two members and get $100. Refer three and get $150.The more members you refer, the more financial credit you receive!
There's more. Members who refer an association or other nonprofit (other than their own) to join as an organizational member will earn a $100 NYSAE credit.
Please note that this offer cannot be used with any other discount offers. For questions, contact us at Info@Nysaenet.org
Is your CEO deserving of a Lifetime Achievement Award? Has your team implemented a new program or made a critical improvement to your educational programming to boost revenue or engagement? Did your organization do something this year that made an immediate and meaningful impact in NYC, one that has everyone buzzing? Overall, has your team exceeded all expectations? If this sounds like you, or your organization, then the Synergy Awards offer that well deserved industry recognition! Nominate here.
We may still be a year out from the next general election, but until the polls close on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, politics will be inescapably in the air—and in the workplace. Employees will be talking, sometimes arguing, and sometimes participating in one campaign or another. Prudent nonprofits should take note of what they may be required to do or are prohibited from doing about their employees’ desire to participate in the electoral process.
ASAE and other nonprofit organizations are concerned about increased online costs after the recent sale of the .org domain to a private equity firm called Ethos Capital LLC. Last week, Public Interest Registry said it reached an agreement to be acquired by Ethos for an undisclosed price. The deal is expected to close early next year.
Dec. 11th 12 - 1 PM | Webinar link to be shared prior to event.
The Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act ("SHIELD Act") was signed into law this summer, and with it came significant changes to current data privacy regulations. The SHIELD Act significantly alters data privacy and security regulations for ALL businesses operating in New York. Is your organization compliant? Register today for this unique opportunity to hear directly from two data privacy and security experts, Rebecca Rakoski, Esq. Managing Partner, XPAN Law Group and Dr. Robert Spangler, Associate Executive Director of IT and Operations, New Jersey State Bar Associations, they walk you through exactly what you need to know to make sure your organization is complaint – as well as easy ways to become compliant if you’re not.
Member Price: FREE / Nonmember Price: $35
New York, New York, ASME (The American Society of Mechanical Engineers) is a world-renowned, member-based professional organization focused on serving the technical, educational and other programmatic needs
Philadelphia, Skills and Abilities Member-centric approach to customer service delivery Excellent project management skills Data management Delivery and maintenance of multiple project deliverables
Pennsylvania, The event planner will be responsible for: Program and logistics support (such as soliciting speakers identified by the volunteer leadership and continued speaker support)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Qualifications
Education: Bachelor degree or equivalent experience.
Years of Experience: 3-5 years of relevant experience in event management, marketing, PR, data management, and fundraising.
NW Philadelphia suburbs, Minimum qualifications include a bachelor's degree and five years of experience in corporate relations in a development setting. Experience in the healthcare/pharmaceutical industry
NYSAE thanks all the organizations below who have chosen to support our valuable programs and benefits through Organizational Membership. We appreciate their ongoing commitment and participation.
For more information on organizational memberships, please see here.