Save the Associations | Virtual Summit Replay
Given the current state of the world, we’re hosting a LIVE virtual summit
A 2.5 hour web-based conference — featuring a special interview with Susan Robertson, CEO of ASAE, and two panel discussions with associations who are responding to COVID-19 with an exceptional commitment to their members.
This Save the Associations Summit is a free virtual conference giving association professionals from all over the world the opportunity to learn best practices and engage in meaningful conversations around crisis management. The interviews are pre-recorded, so panelists can participate live during the broadcast, engaging with event attendees and answering their questions via an interactive chat window. All event attendees can communicate with other attendees through the chat feature, as well.
Speakers & Topics Panel: Leadership Lessons from the Front-Line
Abe Eshkenazi, CAE, CEO
Association for Supply
Steve Fox, VP of Membership & Constituent Relations
American Nurses Association
Laura Strange, Senior VP, Communications & External Affairs
National Grocers Association
What 100 Years of History and a Shared Global
Experience Teach Us About The Future of Membership
Susan Robertson, CAE
President and CEO
ASAE, The Center for Association Leadership
Panel: Engaging Members & Communicating Value Statewide, Nationwide, Worldwide
Rhian Evans Allvin, CEO
National Association for the Education of Young Children
Peter Tateishi, CEO
AGC of California
Nick Schacht, Chief Global
Meet Your Host
The show is hosted by Sarah Sladek, a renowned membership growth strategist and futurist who has authored three books for ASAE and consulted with associations globally on cultivating the culture, processes, and value proposition needed to engage the next generation of members and remain competitive and relevant in a changing marketplace.
Save the Associations Webshow
This is a web show featuring interviews with association leaders who are leading and inspiring change initiatives to better serve their members. Research indicates the majority of associations have been observing flat or declining membership for the past decade. Yet, in this era of unprecedented disruption, there are association leaders who have risen to the occasion, making radical changes to ‘save’ their associations from decline.