VSAE (Virginia Society of Association Executives) is the only association in Virginia that serves the commonwealth's association management industry.

We focus our resources on the professional development needs of our members by providing information, education, and ideas to assist association executives in the profession.

Our vision is to create an engaged community of association executives focused on developing each other and enhancing the professionalism of the association management industry. We do this by delivering value to association executives in the Commonwealth of Virginia by creating a community for collaboration, education, and professional growth.


February Seminar Series with Lunch




Join VSAE on Friday, Feb 2, 2018 at The Jefferson Hotel for the February Seminar Series with Lunch. The seminar, "Transforming Behaviors That Impact Your Bottom-Line" will help participants understand the greatest change they can make is not the behaviors of others but of themselves, and they will learn how to communicate their "why." Learn how to identify the root cause of problems preventing optimum performance in your organization, identify opportunities to grow membership and create effective marketing strategies that work, and draw people into alliance around a clearly articulated vision. The Lunch Presentation is "What You Need to BE a Game Changer in Your Organization."

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Time to Renew Your Membership


Membership renewal invoices were sent via email in November and again in December. VSAE strives to be the gold standard in association management modeling new and innovative ways of serving members. As an approved provider of CAE credit, VSAE offers over 50 hours of education annually on topics that cover nearly every aspect of association management. And all events include networking opportunities, giving members a place to interact with colleagues. Renew your membership and remain part of your association community of professionals connecting, leading, and learning to be the best.

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