Through the Noise
Summary: Through the Noise is a podcast that explores the hurdles, solutions, and the process of cultivating success for organizations, through conversations with CEOs, executive directors, entrepreneurs, authors, and consultants.
Ben Martin is the Executive Director of The Review Society, with 19 years of experience in working and consulting for membership organizations. The Review Society: Dedicated to advancing the science, ethics and business of online reviews. Teri Carden is the CEO of 100Reviews and still manages ReviewMyAMS. 100Reviews is a reviews software platform that allows associations to spin up their own B2B review site to help their members make smarter buying decisions.
Every so often, Ernesto Gluecksmann and Mickey Panayiotakis sit down and talk about digital security, new software, technologies, trends, regulations that may impact leaders of organizations. Listen to their Insights on this new segment of Through The Noise. In this episode of TTN Insights, Ernesto and Mickey talk about the questions leaders should be asking in 2019 about organizational metrics and value, and avoiding the common pitfall of measuring because we can vs measuring because it matters.
Dr. Christine V. Emery is the Executive Director of the AAMI Foundation. Dr. Emery previously served as Vice President for Development at the Woodrow Wilson Center and has over 30 years of experience in the nonprofit world. Trilingual, Dr. Emery’s expertise is in strategic institutional building and fundraising. The AAMI Foundation is a nonprofit that drives reductions in preventable patient harm and improvements in outcomes when healthcare involves the use of complex health technology.
Robert Ivy is EVP and CEO of AIA. He is strengthening the Association through advocacy, public outreach, and education initiatives that help members serve clients and communities in a global era of challenge and change. His latest focus is shifting AIA resources to prepare architects for their role in addressing today’s issues. The American Institute of Architects advocates for the value of architecture and works to provide its 94,000 architect members with the resources they need to do their best work
Jon Doggett was named CEO of NCGA in September 2018 after previously serving as Executive Vice President and Vice President of Public Policy for the organization. Founded in 1957, the National Corn Growers Association represents nearly 40,000 dues-paying corn farmers nationwide and the interests of more than 300,000 growers who contribute through corn checkoff programs in their states. NCGA works together with its 49 affiliated state associations and checkoff organizations.
For nearly 30 years, David has led complex executive search projects throughout the US. He and his staff focus on conducting searches for associations and nonprofit organizations. When national and international associations and nonprofits are seeking the best and brightest talent to lead their organization, they turn to Sterling Martin. We understand the unique nature of these organizations, which is why they retain us to find their top leaders.
Ellen Davis is president of the NRF Foundation and senior vice president at the National Retail Federation with more than 15 years of experience in strategic communications, research, talent acquisition and development, and organizational change management. The NRF Foundation shapes retail’s future by building awareness of the industry through statistics and stories; developing talent through education, experiences and scholarships; and fostering career growth among people who work in retail.
Peggy Hoffman is president of Mariner Management where she serves as executive director for PRSA Maryland in addition to working with national and global associations on volunteer leadership development, membership engagement and governance. She also teaches an aqua cycling class in order to create new opportunities for engaging members and volunteers in a non-traditional way. Mariner is an association management company and consultancy which led the ASAE Foundation study on association volunteering.
Suzanne Wilson Heckenberg was named INSA’s first chief operating officer in May 2016 after serving as vice president of development since 2012. As COO, she oversees all aspects of INSA that support revenue generation. INSA provides a nonpartisan forum for collaboration among the public, private, and academic sectors of the intelligence and national security communities that bring together committed experts in and out of government to identify, develop, and promote solutions to national security problem
Rosanna Maietta is president of the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation, as well as Senior Vice President of Communications and Public Relations at the American Hotel & Lodging Association. As President of the Foundation, Rosanna oversees scholarship, research, and career development and apprenticeship programs. The mission of AHLEF is to ensure a strong and viable future for the lodging industry by fueling the talent pipeline.
Danny Carlson serves as NAESP's Assistant Executive Director, Policy & Advocacy. Prior to joining NAESP, Danny was a policy analyst for the National Governor’s Association Center for Best Practices and served as an education advisor to a United States Senator and was responsible for advancing her K–12 education agenda. NAESP, founded in 1921, is a professional organization serving elementary and middle school principals and other education leaders throughout the United States, Canada, and overseas.
Anthony Demangone is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at NAFCU, where he oversees day-to-day operations and manages the association's education, marketing, membership, human resources, building facilities, finance and information technology functions. NAFCU is a direct membership association for federally insured credit unions. They are committed to representing, assisting, educating and informing their member credit unions to help them grow, and help grow the credit union industry.
Kris Cook, CAE, joined the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) as its executive director in November 2002. She has more than 30 years’ experience in nonprofit and trade association management. NAHMA’s mission is to promote development and preservation of quality affordable multifamily housing by advancing legislative and regulatory policy and preparing affordable housing professionals to succeed in evolving economic and political environments.
As CEO of the Security Industry Association, Don leads implementation of SIA’s Board Strategic Framework and oversees SIA’s collaboration with industry and vertical market associations and organizations. He is responsible for management of SIA’s operations and programs and serves as the organization’s primary liaison to ISC Events. SIA is the leading trade association for global security solution providers, representing thousands of security leaders and experts who shape the future of the industr
Lisa is a results-orientated experienced professional with over 10 years plus experience in driving transformation innovation/re-invention, business growth and empowering people to achieve. Prior to ADA, she has worked at Fortune 500 consumer packaged goods companies. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is the nation’s leading voluntary health organization on a mission to prevent and cure diabetes, as well as improve the lives of all people affected by the disease.