NonProfit Management & Public Administration Associations
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Creativity is an under-celebrated superpower. You hear a lot in nonprofit circles about the importance of telling stories, of measuring our impact, collecting data on relevant metrics and learning from experience. You hear a lot about the importance of having a coherent strategy, experimenting and having a better attitude towards failure, about giving up control, engaging your community. Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about creativity and the ways organizations can show personality .
The Midwest Society of Association Executives (MSAE) is the 'association for associations' in the Midwest. Our mission is simple: to advance and serve associations in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. MSAE is your resource for professional development, continuing education, career growth, and connecting you with other association professionals. MSAE is a community of more than 1,000 association members from nearly 300 Midwest associations. Vision Be the recognized model for effective association management.
Our Voice for You | Message from the Executive Director | PMA Chapters | Our Sponsors Formed in 1981, by IRS Managers, the Professional Managers Association is a national membership association representing the interests of professional managers, management officials and non-bargaining unit employees in the federal government. PMA's core belief is that more than 200,000 federal managers and management officials have ideas on management issues that should be brought to the attention of the Administration, Congress and the public. Thus, the mission of PMA is to promote leadership and management excellence within the federal service. PMA pursues its mission by:
Mission To advance the vital role, capacity, and voice of charitable nonprofit organizations through our state and national networks. Visions for America’s nonprofit sector A nation of sustainable, effective nonprofits that serve the public good by enriching communities and the lives of individuals for the Council of Nonprofits’ extended network A network of nonprofits in every state, served by a State Association that amplifies the voices and builds the capacity of local community-based nonprofits for the National Council of Nonprofits A leading voice for nonprofits and a valuable resource for the State Associations’ network, committed to professionalism, teamwork, and learning, and inspired by service to and advocacy for nonprofits.
History The Conference of Minority Public Administrators (COMPA) is one of America’s leading national organizations-committed to excellence in public service and public administration in city, county, state and federal government. Founded in 1971, COMPA was established as a Section of the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA) in 1977 and is a broad-based minority membership Section of ASPA. COMPA strives to provide a forum for leadership and professional development of minority public servants, administrators, engineers, governmental officials and technologists. Mission The mission of COMPA is to advance the science, processes, technology, art and image of public administration by providing leadership in the elimination of discriminatory practices against all minorities.
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ASPA members can benefit from several presentation opportunities that arise from the association's collaboration with other associations and organizations. To learn more about the latest call for proposals, upcoming conferences and other presentation opportunities, please return to the ASPA website often or check our Opportunities page. YOUNG SCHOLARS WORKSHOP - BEIJING, CHINA The Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) and ASPA proudly announce that the International Young Scholars Workshop in Public Policy and Administration Research will be held in Beijing, the People’s Republic of China, August 22-25, 2013. This workshop aims to provide young scholars working in public policy, public administration, and other related fields an academically rigorous platform for presentation of research, scholarly exchange, and social networking. To learn more, click here . Proposals must be received by April 19 .