Chief Executive Officer
AACC, located in Washington, DC, is conducting a search for its Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Founded in 1948, AACC is a global scientific and medical professional organization dedicated to clinical laboratory science and its application to healthcare.
AACC brings together clinical laboratory professionals, physicians, research scientists, and business leaders focused on clinical chemistry, molecular diagnostics, mass spectrometry, translational medicine, lab management, and other areas of laboratory medicine and science. AACC has more than 7,500 members who come from 110 countries and hold a range of professional degrees, certifications, and credentials.
The CEO of AACC will report directly to the association’s Board of Directors and be responsible for guiding the development and implementation of the Strategic Plan, programs, policies, and practices of AACC. S/he will be responsible for the management and development of the employees and the annual budget. The CEO will ensure that AACC offers a strong value proposition for its members, which includes overseeing an annual scientific meeting that features the Clinical Lab Expo—the world’s largest and most influential exhibition of clinical laboratory products and services. The CEO will also focus on diversifying revenue streams and fostering relationships with other associations, industry representatives, government bodies, and the media, all with the goal of raising awareness of the value of laboratory medicine and positioning AACC as a global leader in the field.
The Obesity Medicine Association (OMA), located in the Denver area, is conducting a search for its Executive Director. OMA is a membership association that educates healthcare professionals in the growing field of clinical obesity medicine. OMA’s Executive Director will report to the association’s Board of Trustees and lead a vibrant, active organization that represents a rapidly growing and evolving profession.
OMA provides resources, education, and community to physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other healthcare professionals in the field of obesity medicine. It has a staff of 14 and a $4.9M operating budget.
OMA is the largest clinical obesity organization in the U.S., with more than 3,000 physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other healthcare professionals dedicated to preventing, treating, and reversing the disease of obesity.
Chief Executive Officer
The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), located in Washington, DC, is conducting a search for its next Chief Executive Officer (CEO). With a revenue budget of about $8 million and a staff of 15, IASP’s vision is to work together for pain relief throughout the world. The organization brings together scientists, clinicians, health-care providers, and policymakers to stimulate and support the study of pain and translate that knowledge into improved pain relief worldwide.
Founded in 1973, the IASP is governed by an international Council composed of Officers and Councilors elected by the membership. With more than 7,000 members representing 128 countries, 96 national chapters, and 24 Special Interest Groups (SIGs), IASP fosters the exchange of ideas and education to advance the field of pain science. Membership is open to all professionals involved in research, diagnosis, or treatment of pain.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the chief staff officer responsible for leading and managing staff in implementing the IASP mission, vision and strategic priorities as approved by the IASP Council. The CEO is employed by and reports to the IASP Council through the Executive Committee.
Chief Executive Officer
The American Academy of PAs (AAPA) located in Alexandria, VA near Washington, DC is conducting a search for their Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Founded in 1968, AAPA is the national professional society for physician assistants (PAs). AAPA represents a profession of more than 131,000 PAs, approximately 3500 non-certified PAs and some 25,000 students across all medical and surgical specialties in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, U.S. territories, and the uniformed services.
AAPA is the only organization which represents all PAs in every specialty and practice setting. AAPA advocates and educates on behalf of the profession and the patients PAs serve. AAPA works to ensure the professional growth, personal excellence and recognition of PAs. The organization also enhances the ability of PAs to improve the quality, accessibility, and cost-effectiveness of patient-centered healthcare.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for ensuring that AAPA serves the needs and interests of the organization’s membership in accordance with AAPA’s mission and vision of transforming health through patient-centered, team-based medical practice. The CEO will be responsible for leading and managing the execution of AAPA’s strategic plan to achieve the organization’s strategies, tactics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The CEO leads AAPA’s advocacy efforts and builds effective relationships with members and stakeholder organizations. The CEO creates a professional culture of accountability and member service and manages a sustained, fiscally sound, and transparent operating and financial structure.
The CEO must have a track record of leading, managing and building high-performing teams and directing an organization in the midst of significant change. They should have experience serving as a chief advocate and spokesperson for an organization and possess knowledge of health care policy. AAPA seeks an innovative thinker, a strong relationship builder, and a communicator who can represent the profession and organization externally.
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) located in Washington, DC, is conducting a search for the position of Executive Director. SPSP is the world’s largest organization of social and personality psychologists. With an operating budget of $2.7M and over 7,000 members, SPSP strives to advance the science, teaching, and application of social and personality psychology. The core focus of SPSP is to serve its members through educational events, networking opportunities, resources, science funding, publication and promotion of research, and mentoring the next generation of social and personality psychologists.
SPSP’s Core Values are:
- Innovation, rigor, transparency, and integrity in our science, education, and application.
- Constructive scientific discourse.
- Diversity and inclusiveness of people and ideas.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for providing strategic leadership and oversight of Advocacy, Development, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Meetings & Events, Membership, Operations, and Public Relations/Media functions. In collaboration with staff, the Executive Director cultivates and maintains strong working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to advance the science, teaching, and application of social and personality psychology.
Chief Executive Officer
Allinial Global (AG) is conducting a search for their Chief Executive Officer. Allinial is a 501 (c) (6), global membership association of independent accounting and consulting firms. Founded in 1969, AG has a mission to foster the independence, profitability, and continuous improvement of its members. Allinial has almost 200 member firms with 538 locations in 72 countries. Among accounting firm associations, Allinial is the third largest according to rankings by the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB). The combined revenue of Allinial members firms is about $3.3 billion representing over 22,000 staff and over 4,000 firm partners. AG’s headquarters are in the Atlanta, GA area. This position may be based in Atlanta or work virtually from another city in the U.S. or internationally. Frequent international travel is required.
AG member firms share education, marketing resources, and technical knowledge in a wide range of services and sectors. Allinial’s revenue is around $8 million with a staff of about 30.
The CEO reports to the Allinial Global Executive Board and works closely with three regional boards for the Americas, EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India and Africa) and APAC (Asia Pacific). S/he will be responsible for developing business strategies for the association to advance the strategic vision as outlined by the Board. The CEO will develop and lead a high performing management team to grow the association, strengthen it and ensure its sustainability.
The Commissioned Officers Association of the U.S. Public Health Service (COA) and the foundation of COA, the USPHS Commissioned Officers Foundation for the Advancement of Public Health (COF) is conducting a search for their next Executive Director. The mission of COA/COF is to protect and enhance the public health and safety of the United States by supporting and advancing the interests of the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service. USPHS is one of seven uniformed services including the: USPHS, Navy, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). For more than 200 years, men and women of the USPHS have served on the front lines of the nation’s public health.
COA is a 501(c)(6) membership association and COF is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation of the association. COA/COF is located in Landover, MD, outside of Washington, DC. COA/COF was founded in 1951 by a group of Public Health Service (PHS) Commissioned Officers who realized the need for a fulltime effort to advocate for their interests though leadership, education, and communication. COA’s membership is approximately 5,000 and consists primarily of active duty and retired members of the PHS Commissioned Corps. The combined COA/COF enterprise employs a staff of 6 FTEs and has a combined enterprise budget of approximately $1.8M. COA revenues are derived primarily from membership dues, investment income, and group insurance royalties. COF revenues are principally from the annual symposium, grants, and donations. Both enterprises, which are audited annually, are financially sound.
Chief Membership Officer
The Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) is conducting a search for the position of Chief Membership Officer (CMO) to be based in FICPA’s new headquarters city in Orlando, Florida. This position will elevate the membership recruitment and retention efforts of the organization collaborating with the current Director of Membership.
FICPA serves as the association for all Certified Public Accountants in the state. Founded in 1905, the FICPA has been working to advance the accounting profession in Florida for more than 100 years and now has more than 19,500 members. Continued membership growth and renewal has made the FICPA one of the largest CPA organizations in the United States. FICPA operates with an annual budget of nearly $8.6 million and a staff of 38. In addition, the FICPA is joined in serving the CPA profession in Florida through the FICPA Scholarship Foundation and the FICPA Political Action Committees.
The CMO will report to FICPA’S President and CEO. The CMO will manage overall a team of 9 with the Director of Membership serving as a direct report. The CMO will assist the President and Chief Executive Officer with development, communication, execution and sustainment of FICPA strategic membership initiatives. The Member Engagement Officer will be responsible for maximizing revenue streams from membership recruitment and retention; growing the diversity and inclusion initiative; maximizing membership retention, participation and dues payment; maximizing student engagement and conversion to paying membership, maximizing engagement of educators, oversight and guidance of the development of innovative marketing strategies targeted at promoting products, member benefits, and student membership advancement; and developing lifecycle for current and projected programs.