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Executive of the Year

Congratulations to the 2017 Executive of the Year
Kim Sabow, President & CEO

The Executive of the Year is the highest recognition given by the Arizona Society of Association Executives (AzSAE) to the Chief Staff Executive of an association in Arizona. Respected leaders of their own associations, the recipients are women and men who contribute their time and expertise to other voluntary membership organizations, play an active role in civic and community affairs, and serve other affiliate associations. In short, they exemplify the very best in association management, continually bringing credit to the profession and to the entire association community. This annual award is presented at the AzSAE Holiday Gala.

Nominating for the Executive of the Year Award

Do you know an outstanding Chief Executive of an Arizona Association (individual membership, society, trade association or other nonprofit association) who has demonstrated exemplary leadership and personal ethics and has served in a leadership role on an outstanding board or committee as well as enhanced one or more of the following areas of management?  Please take this opportunity to assist the Arizona Society of Association Executives recognize outstanding Chief Executives in Arizona.

 Membership Promotion & Retention
• Government or Public Relations
• Financial or Personnel Management
• Research and Quantitative Management
• Convention & Meeting Planning
• New Programs or Innovative Projects

Nomination Conditions:  The nominee may be nominated by another association executive, member of their association or public at large.  An association executive may nominate only one person for the Executive of the Year Award in any one year. The nominee MUST be employed full time as Chief Executive of an organization at time of nomination and MAY NOT be a current AzSAE Board Member.

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