Association Forum Announces the 2021 Class of Forty Under 40
For Immediate Release
Contact: Sarah Murphy | 312.924.7030 | firstname.lastname@example.org
CHICAGO (September 30, 2021) — Association Forum is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 Forty Under 40 awards. The recognized individuals represent the nation’s top 40 professionals from across the association and nonprofit industries. They were selected based on their extraordinary career accomplishments, commitment to the industry, and their continued pursuit to advance the professional practice of association management.
“We are so proud to recognize this talented group of leaders. The past 18 months have taught all of us to rise to new challenges and celebrate success and the Forty Under 40 awards are Association Forum’s opportunity to celebrate the incredible talent who will help to guide our industry as we face the challenges of tomorrow,” says Suzanne Berry, Interim President and CEO of Association Forum.
The Forty Under 40 recipients will be honored during the Opening Reception at Holiday Showcase® 2021 on Tuesday, December 14, at the Hilton Chicago. This year’s theme is Reunited in Strength. Register today at HolidayShowcase.org.
The recipients of the 2021 Forty Under 40 awards will receive the opportunity for exclusive education at Holiday Showcase 2021, including an invitation to the CEOnly Summit.
About Association Forum The mission of Association Forum is to advance the professional practice of association management. Founded in 1916, Association Forum serves 4,000 association professionals whose efforts serve more than 37 million members and generate $22 billion in global annual expenditures. Visit www.associationforum.org for more information.
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