Fall 2020: Focus on Inclusion

Do your member volunteers reflect the community you serve? Learn how to create an association that’s welcoming for all. Plus, AEs have intensified equal-housing efforts and implicit-bias training in the year since Newsday released its investigative report, and much more.

In This Issue

It is incumbent upon all of us to strive to promote diversity and inclusion in everything we do. The diversity of our membership and staff—not limited to individual backgrounds, experiences, talents, knowledge, and creativity—is the foundation of our success.

AE Misty Miller talks with author Mary Kelly about key takeaways from the book Why Leaders Fail and the 7 Prescriptions for Success.

In the days leading up to the Nov. 3 election, associations are reaching out to ensure their members know all the options for making their voices heard.


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