Executive Women in Nonprofits (EWIN)
Chaired by Linda Ferm, CAE
The Executive Women in Nonprofits provides an opportunity for women in leadership roles (CEOs, COOs, Executive Directors, Vice Presidents, and Board Members, etc.) to engage in interactive high-level discussions with like-minded peers. EWIN’s goal is to build relationships, test new ideas, receive feedback, and inspire one another. Together we face the challenges of managing high-level careers by sharing practices from multiple perspectives. For more information, contact Linda Ferm, CAE at email@example.com.
NEW Next Generation Leadership (NextGen)
Chaired by Heather Layland
"The Next Generation SIG provides exposure, access, value, and is relevant to the future decision-makers of the association and not-for-profit community."Michael Weamer, President & CEO, The Marfan Foundation, and NYSAE Chair of the Board
The Next Generation Leadership Group is for young professionals (20s – early 30s), who are just starting out or in mid-level management at their organization. Attendees convene and engage in interactive dialogues with outside facilitators, enjoy career discussions, and mentoring programs. NextGen’s mission is to give young professionals the opportunity to connect with other young leaders and to help them build networks by learning from each other. For more information, contact Heather Layland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We have been trying to change the meaning of technology, moving it away from a thing on its own to a medium or vehicle that does stuff, because it's the "stuff" that matters; the technology only helps us get it there or keep it when it arrives.”David Teisler, CAE, Director of Communications, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Vice Chair of the NYSAE Technology Committee, and 2014 NYSAE Outstanding Association/Non-Profit Executive Awardee
Technology Group (Tech)
Chaired by David Teisler, CAE
The Technology Group encourages everyone who is interested in using technology as a strategy to achieve organizational and personal goals. Technology is not to be feared; instead, view it as the solution to your problems. It is merely a vehicle to accomplish your tasks. For more information, contact David Teisler, CAE at email@example.com.