John Graham interview at ASAE

ASAE President & CEO John Graham CAE interview

VIDEO/SOCIAL MEDIA: MELISSA DIVIETRI & PHOTOGRAPHER: LEONARD BECK

JOHN H. GRAHAM IV, FASAE, CAE became the President and Chief Executive Officer of ASAE August 1, 2003. During the first year of his tenure, ASAE and GWSAE completed an historic merger resulting in a new, unified organization. ASAE is more than 21,000 association executives and industry partners representing 10,000 organizations. Our members manage leading trade associations, individual membership societies, and voluntary organizations across the United States and in 50 countries around the globe, as well as provide products and services to the association community.

Before ASAE, he served the American Diabetes Association (ADA) in Alexandria, Virginia for 24 years, the last thirteen as Chief Executive Officer. Prior to becoming CEO, John served the ADA in numerous capacities including Executive Director of the Greater Philadelphia Affiliate, National Director of Affiliate Development, Associate Executive Vice President for Operations and Deputy Executive Vice President. In his tenure as CEO, ADA quadrupled in size, from $50 million to $200 million in annual revenues and successfully moved from 53 independent, separately incorporated affiliate organizations to one nationwide organization with one staff, one budget and one plan.

Before joining the American Diabetes Association, John served the Boy Scouts of America for nine years. He has a bachelor’s degree from Franklin & Marshall College and serves on the Association Committee of 100, US Chamber of Commerce; Chairman of the Better Business Bureau Mobile Giving Foundation Board of Directors; and the boards of directors of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and the National Capital Area Boy Scouts of America.


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JOHN GRAHAM speaking at ASAE Annual Press Conference


More info on the NEW ASAE website which was spoke about at the Press Conference…


ASAE Launches New Website Association CareerHQ

 

WASHINGTON — To meet the needs of association employers working to build top-performing teams and job seekers looking for exciting career opportunities in the association industry, ASAE has debuted Association CareerHQ, a robust online career center bringing together ASAE career and talent management resources in a new way.

The new Association CareerHQ is a hub for job postings and job search. It also provides “jobs plus,” featuring a vast resources area to help professionals manage their association careers and assist association HR departments and staff supervisors in managing and developing their teams.

“We are so proud of the new website. It offers rich content for association professionals in order to help them explore as well move ahead in their career. For people who are considering entering the industry, it provides a look at the variety of career options available and the vibrant culture and community in the association management profession,” said ASAE President and CEO John H. Graham, IV, FASAE, CAE.

In the career and talent management areas, visitors will find tips and tools, an industry expert blog, association-specific models and samples, salary information, career videos, and ASAE’s new career-focused bite-sized learning modules.

“Association CareerHQ is a great resource for employers to connect with qualified candidates, keep teams at peak performance, explore tools and advice from experts to help associations in recruiting, and find model forms and policies for their HR teams,” said Dixie Arthur, president of ASAE Business Services, Inc.

For any questions about the new website, please contact ASAE Business Services Director Jennifer Baker, MSW, CAE, at jbaker@asaecenter.org.

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