ASAE Welcomes Mighty Citizen as New Event Partner

USA, Washington, D.C. July 29, 2020

ASAE announces Mighty Citizen has signed-on as an Event Partner in its Alliance Partnership Program.

"The association industry is made up of a diverse community of organizations that touch every aspect of our daily lives. With decades of association experience, Mighty Citizen has embraced that diversity and developed a deep understanding that no two associations are the same. Through this partnership, our members can access new ideas and tools that can accelerate their pace toward meaningful outcomes through marketing and communications," said Susan Robertson, CAE, ASAE President and CEO.

The Alliance Partnership Program was developed to provide the industry partner community with opportunities to align itself with ASAE and the association sector through customized marketing platforms. It also offers partners the chance to help build and maintain year-round relationships with ASAE members and nonprofit communities worldwide.

"Mighty Citizen has been making associations stronger since 1999. Partnering with ASAE aligns with our mission and values, especially as they celebrate 100 years of advancing and advocating for associations. Our clients are change-makers. Not only is our agency called Mighty Citizen but we work with mighty citizens every day. They work inside associations, changing the world by helping people further their careers and impact," Nick Weynand, Founder and CEO of Mighty Citizen

"In partnership with ASAE, we'll create mightier marketing, brands, and websites that further the work and advocacy of associations to increase their results," Weynand continued.

For more information about the ASAE Alliance Partnership program, please visit ASAE or contact Dan Melesurgo at dmelesurgo@asaecenter.org.


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