ASAE Video Promotes ‘Power of Associations’

ASAE has created a new video to help educate Capitol Hill about the impact of associations in advance of American Associations Day 2021, ASAE’s legislative fly-in, which will take place virtually March 25-26. ASAE and other groups that urged Congress last year to expand eligibility to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to include 501(c)(6) organizations… Read more »

ASAE’s Latest Podcast Focuses on DEI in Associations

The December edition of ASAE’s Stronger by Association podcast addresses Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in the association community. Guests include Irving Washington, FASAE, CAE, Executive Director at Online News Association and Donte Shannon, FASAE, CAE, CEO at Association of Equipment Management Professionals, two of the co-founders of Texts to Table, a series of conversations… Read more »

ASAE Debuts ‘Stronger by Association’ Podcast

ASAE is debuting a 10-episode “Stronger by Association” podcast this year to celebrate 10 years of The Power of A campaign. The first episode, focused on the global impact of associations, is available for download on The Power of A website. Hosted by ASAE Vice President of Public Policy Mary Kate Cunningham, CAE, the inaugural… Read more »

The Power of A at Opening Day of 116th Congress

Today ASAE public policy staff were part of the opening day activities as the new Congress convened. We also met with new Members of Congress to share our Power of A messages: associations strengthen the U.S. and world, and America works best when we work together. They also met key supporters of associations and discussed… Read more »

ASAE to Host Post-Election Analysis Program

ASAE will host a program Nov. 8 from 3 PM-5 PM to review the midterm election results and assess the impact on associations’ legislative agendas in 2019 and beyond. The midterm election review program, supported by ASAE’s Power of A program and the Government Relations Section Council, is part of ASAE’s Government Relations Symposium Series…. Read more »