WASHINGTON— ASAE has announced the selection of 12 scholars for the 2022-2024 Diversity Executive Leadership Program (DELP), the first class since the DELP program was redesigned to better align with ASAE’s new strategic framework and Conscious Inclusion strategy.
Numerous DELP stakeholders contributed to the evolution of DELP 2.0, which strengthens and adds structure to some of the most valuable benefits of the program including mentoring and community building.
Diversity Executive Leadership Program (DELP) is a two-year program that supports individuals from under-represented identity groups to advance into the ranks of leadership in the association management profession. DELP scholars participate in an accelerated leadership program of education, mentoring and volunteer service in the association community.
“Congratulations to the members of the 2022-2024 DELP class,” said ASAE President and CEO Michelle Mason, FASAE, CAE. “These deserving association professionals will be the first to take advantage of a new range of benefits designed to strengthen their leadership development and their experience with ASAE. Through our Conscious Inclusion strategy, DELP and the recently announced ReadyMe Program launching this summer, ASAE is helping to develop motivated leaders to enhance the success of the broader association community.”
ASAE thanks the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau for its ongoing support of the DELP program for more than 20 years. DMCVB’s steadfast support of DELP has enabled the development of more than 200 diverse association leaders in the community.
The 2022-2024 DELP class includes:
Water Quality Association
Director, Accreditation and Compliance
American Psychiatric Association
Director of Education and Professional Development
American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Entomological Society of America
Maureen E. Geoghegan
Chief Membership and Communications Officer
American Society of Anesthesiologists
Zerihun Haile-Selassie, CAE
Chief Financial Officer
Joseph Lindahl, CAE
State Association Advocacy Manager
National Association of Convenience Stores
Rodneikka Nicole Scott, M.S., CAE
Chief Membership & Diversity Programs Officer
Christian A. Wiggins
Chief Executive Officer
FarmHouse Fraternity & Foundation
Kansas City, MO
Celia Chomon Zamora
Director of Professional Learning and Certification
MEDIA CONTACT: Chris Vest, CAE, 202-626-2798, firstname.lastname@example.org
ASAE is a membership organization of more than 44,000 association executives and industry partners. Since it was established 100 years ago, its members have and continue to lead, manage, and work in or partner with organizations in more than a dozen association management disciplines, from executive management to finance to technology. With the support of the ASAE Research Foundation, a separate nonprofit entity, ASAE is the premier source of learning, knowledge, and future-oriented research for the association and nonprofit profession and provides resources, education, ideas, and advocacy to enhance the power and performance of the association and nonprofit community. Visit ASAE at www.asaecenter.org.