'Invaluable' associations to receive ASAE's top honour

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Associations that have made ‘invaluable contributions to America and the world’ will be honoured at an awards dinner in Washington, DC next month.

The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) has named six associations in line for the top honour at its 2022 Power of Associations Awards.

The American Institute of Architects, BOMA Georgia, California Municipal Utilities Association, the National Coalition of STD Directors, IEEE, and the Urban Libraries Council will all receive the prestigious 2022 Summit Award.

Additionally, 15 associations have been honoured with Power of Associations Gold Awards and 27 organizations received Power of Associations Silver Awards.

“The association community continues to experience rapid change and disruption, and association leaders continue to be quite agile and innovative in serving the needs of their members as a result,” said Mark A. Vasquez, CAE, senior program manager, IEEE TechEthics, and Chair of the Power of Associations Awards Committee.

“The committee was impressed by the scope of the activities recognized in this year’s Power of Associations Awards, which illustrate how associations continue to lead in challenging times and frequently go above and beyond their missions to benefit society and improve our quality of life.”

The ASAE Summit Awards Dinner will take place on September 29, 2022, at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC.

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