By Invitation Only

The CIO Role in Today’s Association Leadership – Leveraging IT to Drive Your Association’s Engagement; A Panel Discussion

Association Executives (C-Level only)

Tuesday, September 15, 2015
5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

The City Club of Washington, DC
555 13th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004
Between E & F Streets
Metro Center Station
(202) 347-0818
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Panel Moderator: Dave Hartman, President/Co-Founder, Hartman Executive Advisors

Prabhash Shrestha, PMP, CAE; VP of Technology for the American Gastroenterological Association

George Breeden, Interim-CIO, National Association of Independent Schools
Ramsay Johnson, Jr., CFO, American Association of Community Colleges
Richard Yep, CEO of American Counseling Association

Gone are the days when IT meant help desk management, and internal computer network set up and maintenance. With the widespread influence of social media and the vital importance of market data and intelligence to industry, the role of the CIO within an Association has increased in relevance. In the past, Associations could get by without a functional CIO in its organization; today, a competent CIO may be imperative to the near term success or failure of an Association. Attend this Panel discussion, — The CIO Role in Today’s Association Leadership – Leveraging IT to Drive Your Association’s Engagement — if you are seeking 1) Innovation, 2) The ability to grow through the often unexplored lens of IT, 3) The chance to network with top Association technology and executive leaders.

We’ll explore the role that IT plays through the CIO in organizations from four of the nation’s top Associations:


Prabhash Shrestha


George Breeden


Ramsay Johnson, Jr.


Richard Yep

Ensure your spot.  Register early at or call 866-442-3327.