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Tuft & Associates is pleased to be leading the search for the next President & CEO of Association Forum, the “association of associations” in Chicago. The Tuft team’s partner for the Association Forum search is Association Strategies, Inc., our longtime colleagues, based in Washington, DC. Association Forum announced the President & CEO search with the following news release. For more information about the CEO search, please contact Jill M. Christie...

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Kimberly Mosley, MBA, CAE, has been named the Diversity & Inclusion Advisor to Tuft & Associates, Inc., announced President Jill Christie. “Kim brings firsthand industry experience to this new advisory role both as a nonprofit and association executive, and as an expert in the field of diversity and inclusion. Kim’s skillset will add depth and value to the excellent work of Tuft’s experienced search consultants,” says Christie. “Since our firm’s inception, diversity has been a top priority in every search...

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Nationally recognized executive search consultants Carole Badger, JD, FASAE, CAE (RET.) and Kathleen R. Henrichs, PhD, recently announced their retirements from Tuft & Associates, Inc. “Both Kathy and Carole are respected experts in the executive search field, who have been at the forefront of serving major Tuft clients across hundreds of leading associations, societies, and organizations nationwide. Their work as part of our excellent team has positioned Tuft & Associates as the leader in placing top-caliber CEOs and other senior executives throughout the country,” according ...

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by Jill Christie, President, Tuft & Associates, Inc. The executive search process has certainly changed due to the pandemic, starting with little or no in-person interaction. It is that lack of personal contact and conversation in office settings that’s driving more candidates to take a deeper look at potential employers. They want to assess not only financial and strategic health, but also the organization’s culture and climate. Certainly, a comprehensive position description and fundamental organization materials from financials to strategic plans are important. ...

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