NextGen Talks: Essential Leader Competencies to Advance Organizations and Your Career

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NextGen Talks: Essential Leader Competencies to Advance Organizations and Your Career

TOPIC: Essential Leader Competencies to Advance Organizations and Your Career The #ASAE19 NextGen Talks: Essential Leader Competencies to Advance Organizations and Your Career is a micro-networking event for 10 young professionals in the association industry to meet with Scott Steen, FASAE, CAE the Executive Director of the American Physiological Society and Erin Fuller, FASAE, CAE, MPA the President of Association Solutions. Featured Guests: Scott Steen, FASAE, CAE Scott Steen, CAE, FASAE, was appointed as the executive director of the American Physiological Society in July of 2018. A global multidisciplinary community of scientists solving the major problems affecting life and health, APS was the first biomedical sciences society in the U.S. The Society serves more than 10,000 members from 90 countries, publishes 14 peer-reviewed journals, and acts as a global voice for the discipline.

In his role as executive director, Scott manages a staff of approximately 85 and an annual operating budget of more than $20 million. Previously, Scott served as the President & CEO of American Forests, the nation’s oldest conservation organization. During his tenure, membership tripled, operating revenue nearly doubled, and the organization launched several new, high profile initiatives. American Forests also became one of the leading organizations in the nation on the issues of wildfire funding and the use of natural solutions to climate change. The organization received recognition in such outlets as The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, NatGeo Weekend, and NPR, and was named one of the best-run nonprofits in the country by Outside Magazine.
Prior to joining American Forests, Steen was executive director of the American Ceramic Society (ACerS), a technical society whose members work at the frontiers of materials science in environmental technologies, alternative energy, space exploration, and biomaterials. Under his leadership, the Society created new peer-reviewed journals, expanded its meetings program, introduced several new member benefits, and grew membership and revenue. Steen also held positions as the chief knowledge and strategy officer for the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), and chief operating officer for the Center for Association Leadership. He is a Certified Association Executive (CAE) and was named a fellow of ASAE in 2009. Erin Fuller, FASAE, CAE, MPA Erin Fuller leads MCI USA’s team of more than 150 professionals who focus on nonprofit management and consulting, and assesses business development and partnership opportunities that advance MCI’s mission and model while supporting a culture of creating thoughtful growth and strong career pathways.
Fuller is a noted expert on nonprofit management and women’s issues, and has appeared on NBC Nightly News, CBS’s MarketWatch, ABC News, Fox News, NPR’s Marketplace, and BBC’s America. She has been quoted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, Fortune and Newsweek, and is a featured lecturer within American University’s School of Public Affairs. Through her work with MCI USA’s consulting clients, Fuller and her colleagues have delivered expert guidance to high-profile national and international nonprofits on topics including financial analysis, governance redesign, comprehensive marketing, branding and communication plans and non-dues revenue development. Fuller has served as the chief staff executive for a number of MCI USA client organizations, including the Alliance for Women in Media, Tysons Tomorrow, and the National Association of Women Business Owners.
Fuller received both her undergraduate and master of public administration degrees from American University in Washington, D.C. An active member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), Fuller was named an ASAE Fellow in 2011. She served as an associate professor at Northern Virginia Community College, teaching "Introduction to Nonprofit Management”. She currently serves on the boards of the Arlington Clothesline for Kids and the AMC Institute, and has served on the board of directors for American Forests, ASAE Foundation and served as the president of the American University Alumni Association Board. Fuller received the Alice Paul Award from the Women in Politics Institute for her work advancing women’s causes. Fuller and her two sons reside in Arlington, Virginia..

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