Bethesda, MD, June 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Jeff Glassie has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Association Executives (FASAE).
This honor recognizes exemplary volunteer leadership, extraordinary contribution and significant impact on the association community. It is bestowed on less than 1 percent of the membership.
Mr. Glassie is the co-chair of the Nonprofit Organizations & Associations practice at Whiteford Taylor Preston, one of the largest law firms in Maryland.
He also serves as an advisor to Association Transformation, an organization focused on helping associations change and innovate. As a member of its Business Braintrust, he is among a group of CEOs and leaders who contribute best-in-class expertise to shape the future of association leadership.
“Jeff Glassie brings tremendous benefits to the world of associations through his expertise in international legal issues, intellectual property and certification and accreditation law. We are delighted that a valued advisor from our Business Braintrust has achieved such a high honor,” says Seth Kahan, founder of Association Transformation.
About Association Transformation:
We are building a community of visionary CEOs who are shaping the future of association leadership. Association Transformation focuses on inspiring and guiding association leaders through the process of innovation. We help them master change so they can empower their organizations to fulfill their mission and be of greater service to members and the wider world.
About Seth Kahan:
A visionary executive strategy consultant, Seth Kahan works with CEOs on change initiatives and reaches more than 25,000 leaders a year through conferences and seminars. His proven track record includes the development of 120 professional communities for World Bank, high-stakes consulting for Shell and leadership development for NASA, FEMA, and the U.S. Geological Survey.
Mr. Kahan’s bestsellers on change, innovation and building communities are hailed as must-read roadmaps for turning new ideas into measurable results. He has contributed to The Washington Post and Fast Company. His newest book is Getting Innovation Right: How Leaders Leverage Inflection Points to Drive Success, published May 2013.