Marechiel Santos-Lang

Marechiel Santos-LangMarechiel Santos-Lang
Account Executive
Association Management Partners & Executive Directors (AMPED)

Marechiel Santos-Lang has over ten years of experience providing leadership, program development and project management for international medical, trade and scientific associations. She currently serves as associate director for the Americas Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis and executive director for the Environmental Design Research Association, clients of the Association Management Partners & Executive Directors (AMPED). In her roles, she is responsible for supporting the boards of director and committees, providing thoughtful advice on advancing the organizations’ missions, and ensuring successful implementation of organizational strategic plans and programs. Additionally, she organizes and directs the day-to-day operations, coordinates work of staff, and oversees communication and marketing content and strategies.

Marechiel has provided oversight for international association meetings of 2,000 to 9,000 registrants. In 2014, she oversaw the implementation of an international scientific meeting attended by scientists and medical professionals from over 92 countries, ensuring adherence to the rules of the National Physician Payments Transparency Program: OPEN Payments Act and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.

Previously, she worked as director of leadership giving for the United Way of Dane County, director of meetings at the World Allergy Organization, executive director of the Oregon Area Chamber of Commerce and director of meetings at the World Council of Credit Unions. Prior to relocating to the United States from the Philippines, she worked as development staff for an USAID (United States Agency for International Development)-funded program, helping to implement a micro-finance initiative for over 20,000 women and underserved minorities in the island of Mindanao. Her earlier professional work included news casting and news writing for radio and television networks in the Philippines.

Marechiel regularly volunteers her time in her local community serving in various roles, including advisor to the economic development committee of the Village of Belleville, Wisconsin, commissioner for the Community Development Block Grant Program in Dane County, parent leader for the Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestras and parent representative providing input to curriculum development of Belleville High School.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting from the University of the Philippines.