International Section Council supports association international practitioners – those whose role in associations includes international activities or the engagement of the non-US community in their field or industry.
This group requires two face to face meetings each year
- Kick-off Meeting- Saturday, August 18, 2018, in conjunction with ASAE Annual Meeting in Chicago Illinois. This meeting is mandatory for new volunteers.
- The second meeting is held Winter 2019 at ASAE Headquarters in Washington, DC or held in conjunction with an ASAE event held elsewhere. In person attendance is expected, virtual attendance may be offered due to emergency situations.
- Conference calls are scheduled throughout the term
*Projects for the 2018-2019 year:
- Serve in an advisory capacity to ASAE
- Provide member-led content and educational offerings to meet the needs of practitioners and organizations working globally; such as: webinars, author AN+ articles & curation of articles, submission of sessions, peer reviewers & program advisory committees.
- Identify global association professionals and help bring their expertise to ASAE content.
- Represent, connect with and engage the larger body of ASAE international members.
- Engaged ASAE volunteer
- Association Professional
- Experience in global development
*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
- New volunteers are required to attend the volunteer group’s kickoff meeting in order to serve. There is no virtual option for this meeting.
- 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.