The show for those who work at and with membership associations in the areas of content, publications and media. You are the innovators, the creators, the strategists and the doers — serving your association members and their industry.
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Mark Sterne, who is based in Chicago, is the founder and president of the Print & Marketing Solutions Group. He works with associations and other organizations to improve their marketing ROI and constituent engagement with effective print, fulfillmen... more
Today’s guest is Beth Rosenberg. Beth is the director of communications at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), which is based in downtown DC. She primarily oversees the digital editorial content and social media channels. Beth has work... more
Today’s guest is Chris Durso. Chris lives in Arlington, Virginia, right outside Washington, DC. He is the editor-in-chief of Construction Executive magazine, which is published by Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). He has more than 30 years o... more
The host Melanie Padgett Powers is well connected to the world of professional associations and brings on guests who can help her talk through what’s happening in member associations now and what’s coming up. If you’re an association leader or are in any way connected to the association and nonprofit world, this is the go-to podcast to hear from a host and guests who know what’s up.
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Association Station launched 2 years ago and published 17 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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