Technology Section Council guides and recommends content for technology section members through contributions to an e-newsletter, maintaining/monitoring an active tech discussion group, advising staff on programs such as the annual ASAE Technology Conference and Preconference. Also, the Technology Council members assist in creating a sense of community among association information technology professionals. This group has one mandatory face to face meeting which is the kickoff meeting on the morning of Thursday, December 6 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD, held in the same location as the Technology Conference, on December 4-5, 2018.
Projects for 2019 include:
- Create a framework for association technology education
- Create a framework for technology acquisition and implementation
- Promote the value of sound business solutions
- Join monthly council teleconferences
- Create content related to association technology
- Structure technology acquisition and implementation
- Vet technology solutions
- Promote technology education
- Attend the mandatory kickoff meeting on December 6.
- Please expect to commit approximately 3-5 hours per month to this council.
- Members meet via conference call on the third Thursday of each month for 60 minutes. You may be asked to participate in work group discussions at a different time.
- Actively participate in discussions in Collaborate, ASAE members only network
*When filling out the application, applicants are encouraged to speak directly to how they meet the eligibility requirements and how they can contribute to the 2018-2019 projects of the group.
- Council members (or their organizations) pay their own travel expenses to attend meetings. ASAE does not reimburse Board, Committee, or Council members for travel.
- Members can only serve 1 (one) volunteer group (council or committee) at a time.
In principle and in practice, ASAE values and seeks diversity and inclusive practices within the association management industry.
ASAE promotes involvement, innovation, and expanded access to leadership opportunities that maximize engagement across identity groups and professional levels. Identity groups include and are not limited to age, appearance, disability, ethnicity, gender, geographic location, nationality, professional level, race, religion, and sexual orientation.