Association Execs: Hear from MCAA CEO Tim Brink and the MCAA Staff at the 2024 AEC Best Practices Conference

June 20, 2024

July 28 – July 31, 2024 | Washington, DC

The AEC Best Practices Conference provides MCAA affiliated association executives with a valuable platform for sharing innovative strategies and insights to enhance organizational effectiveness. Attendees gain actionable takeaways and forge meaningful connections, fostering collaborative growth within the Association Executive Council (AEC) community. All local association executives are strongly encouraged to attend. Register today!

This year’s AEC conference provides a unique opportunity to hear from – and ask questions of – the MCAA Staff during these sessions:

Ask MCAA
Tim Brink – MCAA CEO

Speed Networking with the MCAA Staff
Join in roundtables with MCAA Department Heads

  • Communications/Marketing – Michelle Logan
  • Career Development – Michele Hoffman
  • MSCA, PCA – Teresa Pezzi
  • Safety, Health, and Risk Management – Raffi Elchemmas
  • Membership Services, Manufacturer/Supplier, AEC Talk – Jan Grillo & Lesley Ravas
  • MCAA Convention & Field Leaders – Melissa Rogers & Megan Willson
  • Technology, Fabrication & JRGF – Sean McGuire
  • NCPWB & WebLEM – Ron King
  • Dues & WiMI – Jocelyn Jackson

Cocktail Reception with all AEC & MCAA Staff

Dinner with all AEC & MCAA Staff

Plus, hear from the MCAA team during these sessions:

AI’s Effect on Contractors & CHAT GTP Demo
Sean McGuire, MCAA Executive Director of Innovative Technologies & Fabrication

MCAA Convention Update
Melissa Rogers, Executive Director of the MCAA Convention

Safety & Health Update
Raffi Elchemmas, MCAA Executive Director of Safety, Health, and Risk Management 

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