Kristy Cohen

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Charitable Solicitation – Is Your Association Compliant?

Posted by Kristy Cohen on Jun 6, 2019 12:56:44 PM

I recently viewed a webinar hosted by Harbor Compliance & Salsa Labs entitled, “Charitable Solicitation, What Does It Take to Be Compliant?” The webinar instructor, Brock Klinger, reviewed five key areas every association should know about charitable solicitation. The following summary outlines these areas and provides important information every association should be aware of if they are engaged in charitable solicitation.

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Association Advocacy: Tips for a Successful Capitol Hill Day Event

Posted by Kristy Cohen on Mar 15, 2019 11:23:27 AM

If advocacy is important to your association, a Capitol Hill Day event is a great way to generate excitement, unify and engage your members, and promote your association’s legislative priorities. Here are some tips for executing a successful Hill Day event that will take your association’s advocacy to the next level.

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Topics: Association Management, Governance, Washington DC

Decide to Prioritize Gains and Live Your Best Life

Posted by Kristy Cohen on Jan 18, 2019 3:34:00 PM

I recently read Steve McClatchy’s book, Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Stress, and Lead by Example. The timing of this book in my own life could not have been better. As an account executive for two non-profit associations, a wife, and mother to three boys, I’ve been contemplating the daily struggle of feeling as though my life is one big to-do list with no end in sight.

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3 Tips for Effective Communication Between Association Board & Staff

Posted by Kristy Cohen on Oct 18, 2018 2:51:44 PM

We can all likely relate to that feeling of being overwhelmed and out of control when it comes to dealing with the many issues that come our way each day in the association world. Our email inboxes are perpetually being bombarded with items that require action, issues that require decision making and requests that require consideration. This is particularly true for our board presidents and executive directors.

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Topics: Association Management, board management