CEO, Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening
Vicki Loise, CMP, CAE, joined the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) as Chief Executive Officer in January 2017.
SLAS is a global community of more than 18,000 scientists—from academia, government, and industry—collectively focused on leveraging the power of technology to achieve scientific objectives. Under Loise’s leadership, a primary part of the SLAS mission is to unite great minds in science and technology for the advancement of all research.
Since assuming leadership, Loise has been advancing the Society’s new strategic plan, establishing and building international collaborations, relocating the SLAS office, and fostering effective and efficient management infrastructures.
Loise has worked in association management for more than 25 years in a variety of organizations. Before joining SLAS, she was Vice President, Association Management, Kellen (2014-2016) and Executive Director of the Association of University Technology Manager (2005-2014).
ABOUT TUFT: “I really valued the insights that Tuft provided me on what was important to SLAS in what they needed from their CEO. This gave me a chance to thoughtfully present myself in a manner that was honest and would resonate with the Society.”