Who are we?
The Mid-Atlantic Society of Association Executives (MASAE) is a regional association of professionals who manage trade, professional, educational, technical, and business associations, societies, and non-profit organizations. Our member associations come from a wide range of industries, both local, state, and international.
The Mid-Atlantic Society of Association Professionals was formed from the merger of NJSAE and DVSAE in January 2010.
What is our mission?
MASAE is an organization of individuals who work within and for the association community. MASAE seeks to enhance its members’ knowledge and job performance abilities to the highest level through peer-to-peer interaction, quality education and events.
Who are our members?
Our members include association and nonprofit professionals like you, as well as suppliers and vendors that service our industry. MASAE members work in a variety of roles from chief staff executives and executive directors to department heads and staff members of a wide range of departments including finance, human resources, marketing, membership and meeting planning.
What’s the benefit to you?
Over and over again, MASAE members indicate that the single most valuable benefit of membership is the opportunity to meet their industry colleagues through MASAE networking events. Peer-to-peer knowledge sharing allows each of us to excel without re-inventing the wheel at every turn. All attendees at our events are encouraged to learn and welcomed to both enjoy the atmosphere and the food — but please don’t forget to take advantage of the high caliber of networking available at all Mid-Atlantic Society of Association Executives events!
What else does MASAE offer?
MASAE offers a magazine, membership directory, an annual conference & exhibition, education seminars and workshops, networking, and social events to enhance the Association Executive. Our flagship publication, PACE magazine, features articles, commentary, book reviews, interviews, and insights from colleagues and industry leaders and reports on individual association progress and programs, as well as legislation and tax information affecting all associations.