Association Management Companies Are Your Nonprofit's Path To Success
Ascent’s Pamela Valenzuela, CAE, is serving as executive director of both groups.
EASNA was founded in 1985 with an original charter to develop standards of excellence for providers of Employee Assistance Programs. In 2001 the successfully developed accreditation function was divested to the Council on Accreditation and while EASNA continues to actively support accreditation, its new charter has a broader focus on encompassing a diverse community of professionals and organizations who are all interested in healthy and productive workplaces.
NCGPC’s monthly meetings provide educational programming and opportunities for networking in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. The association’s represent a cross section of disciplines including those who work for not-for profit organizations, firms that support the planned giving efforts of these organizations, and other allied professionals.