Healthcare Tops ASAE’s Advocacy Survey

Healthcare policy, including the possible expansion of association health plans (AHPs), tops the list of advocacy concerns for association executives in ASAE’s 2018 Advocacy Priority Study. Every year, ASAE surveys its CEO and government relations executive members from across the country to gather feedback on where ASAE should focus its public policy resources, as well… Read more »

Help Educate Congress on the Value of Non-Dues Revenue

This March 21-22 at American Associations Day, ASAE’s legislative fly-in, attendees will meet with over 200 Congressional offices to educate them on association tax issues and The Power of A. As Congress worked to overhaul the tax code late last year, associations and other tax-exempt organizations were mostly spared from onerous changes to the tax… Read more »

ASAE Announces Sentinel Awards

ASAE will present Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) and Rep. Scott Taylor (R-VA) with a 2018 Sentinel Award during American Associations Day March 21 in Washington, DC. ASAE will also present Wendy Kavanagh, CAE, president of the Georgia Society of Association Executives (GSAE), with ASAE’s Association Political Leadership Award, for her stalwart support of ASAE’s advocacy… Read more »

ASAE Requesting Advocacy Survey Feedback

ASAE is asking its members to respond to its annual advocacy priority survey and help shape the organization’s legislative agenda for the remainder of the year. ASAE works hard to be a leader on legislative, regulatory, and legal issues that impact association management. Last year ASAE members – large and small – played a very… Read more »

Register for American Associations Day 2018

Make plans now to join ASAE Public Policy on Capitol Hill for the American Associations Day fly-in March 21-22 in Washington, DC. This is the only legislative fly-in where association professionals can meet with the staffs of members of Congress and advocate for association management issues. The event is open to any association professional or… Read more »