The Minnesota Chapter was founded in 1966 by James Rorris, who is sometimes called “Mr. Divorce” by those who have practiced family law in Minnesota for many years. Because Mr. Rorris envisioned the growth of family law in modern Minnesota society, he started a Minnesota Chapter of AAML. Now the Chapter has more than 50 members who practice throughout Minnesota and several members who practice in adjoining states.

The purpose of the Michigan Chapter of the American College of Cardiology is to contribute to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, to ensure optimal quality of care for individuals with such diseases, and to foster the highest professional ethical standards. The Chapter is the voice of cardiology in Michigan, providing input to policy makers in the legislature, state government, professional organizations and third party payers.

The American College of Cardiology – New York Chapter was established with the goal of contributing to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases and ensuring optimal quality of care. ACC-NY provides continuing medical education programs and is also involved in socio-economic, reimbursement and legislative issues that influence access to high-quality cardiovascular care.

The American College of Governance Counsel is a professional, educational and honorary association of lawyers widely-recognized for their achievements in the field of governance. The mission of the College is to promote a high level of professional standards among governance lawyers along with a better understanding and broader adoption of best practices within business organizations.

The goals of the American Delirium Society are to foster research, education, quality improvement, advocacy & implementation science to minimize the impact of delirium on short- and long-term health and well being of patients. Founded in 2005, the original members enlisted the help of professionals in all specialties from across America to organize in our quest to better understand the science of delirium and its prevention, treatment, and long-term consequences.

The American Pediatric Surgical Nurses Association, Inc. (APSNA) was founded in 1992 to promote excellence in pediatric surgical nursing practice through educational offerings, nursing research, professional collaboration, and peer support.

The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) represents nearly 31,000 members in more than 200 chapters throughout the world, working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education, and certification programs. Founded in 1960 as the National Society of Fund Raisers, AFP fosters development and growth of fundraising professionals and promotes high ethical standards in the fundraising profession.

The Association of Legal Administrators Minnesota (ALAMN) had its beginning in 1965 when a small number of legal administrators began meeting to discuss common problems. The purpose of the local chapter is to provide continuing support, educational opportunities and information designed to assist members in the legal profession.

The Boston Economic Club (BEC), established in 1932, is a non-partisan
organization that fosters substantive, engaging, and well-informed
dialogue on topics involving economics, finance and public policy. Its
secondary purpose is the development of friendships and the sharing of
diverse perspectives. Professional backgrounds of members vary from asset
management, finance, banking, government, and academia to law. Club
luncheon meetings are usually held twice a month, at the Federal Reserve
Bank of Boston. All luncheon content is “off the record” unless the
speaker requests otherwise.

The Chain Restaurant Total Rewards Association (CRTRA) was established in 1976. It is a professional organization dedicated to strengthening and enhancing Total Rewards within the restaurant industry. Total Rewards encompasses employee compensation, benefits, paid time off (e.g. vacation, sick, holidays) and work/life balance (e.g. flex time, telecommuting, part-time managers, community service). This goal is achieved by educating and training representatives of CRTRA member companies, providing networking opportunities within the industry and broadening the Total Rewards information base available to restaurant industry professionals. CRTRA currently has a membership of over one-hundred companies representing over 150 restaurant concepts within the industry.

CoreNet Global – Midwest Chapter is the premier association for corporate real estate professionals in the Midwest, where colleagues, partners, competitors and future employers come together to share ideas, do business, learn and socialize with the mission of advancing the practice of corporate real estate through professional development opportunities, publications, research, conferences, and chapters and networking groups.

Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter CSI, chartered in 1958, is one of 130+ local chapters of The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), a national professional association. The Chapter is one of the largest in the CSI organization with a 60-year history of serving the construction industry and a 15-time winner of CSI’s “Outstanding Chapter Commendation Award”.

Founded in 2011, the Customer Experience Professionals Association is the premier global non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and cultivation of the Customer Experience profession.

The Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy, and Action is a national advocacy organization for people suffering from eating disorders. It advances the recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority at the federal and state level and is made up of members from across the country with a base in Washington D.C.

EventFluence is committed to advancing the craft and culture of events by convening best-in-class event professionals, cultivating peer to peer networking, and curating thought leadership through innovative programming. The membership base spans numerous Fortune 500 companies from cultural institutions, government, finance to non-profit. Eventfluence was launched in 2020, headquartered in New York City and is now expanding nationally.

The Executives’ Association of New York City is comprised of leading businesses represented by their owners or principal senior executives. Every member company, admitted only after careful qualification, is the exclusive representative of its specific business category. Members come from all business sectors, including service industries, professions, trades, manufacturing, and associations.

The Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA) is a mutual benefit non-profit international organization of manufacturers, system integrators, developers, vendors, industry professionals and end

The Global Citizens Association is made up of members who pursue world travel and develop an abiding understanding of and respect for the world’s peoples. GCA’s goal is to help its members pursue episodes of international living that increase and create cross-cultural understanding and tolerance throughout the world.

The mission of the Greenville Society for Human Resource Management is to cultivate and equip leaders in the workplace, connecting people through education as well as personal and professional growth. Greenville SHRM aims to be the preeminent human resources authority whose voice is sought on business leadership and people matters.

The International Association for Quantitative Finance is a nonprofit, professional society dedicated to fostering the profession of quantitative finance by providing platforms and educational events to discuss cutting-edge and pivotal issues in the field. Founded as the IAFE, the IAQF is comprised of individual academics and practitioners from across the globe.

Our mission is to grow the facility management profession in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area by encouraging and supporting individual professional development.

Since 1982, members of IFMA NYC have been provided with endless opportunities for professional and personal development for facility

International Interior Design Association – Indiana Chapter was founded in 1994 as the result of a merger of the Institute of Business Designers; the International Society of Interior Designers; and the Council of Federal Interior Designers. The goal of the merger was to create an international association with a united mission that would represent interior designers worldwide. Since then, IIDA has worked to bring together communities of interior iesigners across regions and specialties, representing the interests of the entire community.

The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA MAC) is a professional organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge of interior design among professionals and expanding the awareness and appreciation of interior design among the general public.

IIDA was founded in 1994 as the result of a merger of the Institute of Business Designers (IBD); the International Society of Interior Designers (ISID); and the Council of Federal Interior Designers (CFID). The goal of the merger was to create an international association with a united mission that would represent Interior Designers worldwide. Since that date, IIDA has worked to bring together communities of Interior Designers across regions and specialties, representing the interests of the entire community.

IIDA was founded in 1994 as the result of a merger of the Institute of Business Designers (IBD); the International Society of Interior Designers (ISID); and the Council of Federal Interior Designers (CFID). The goal of the merger was to create an international association with a united mission that would represent Interior Designers worldwide. Since that date, IIDA has worked to bring together communities of Interior Designers across regions and specialties, representing the interests of the entire community.

The Investment Diversity Advisory Council is bringing together like-minded asset allocators, asset managers, advocacy groups, professional societies and academics committed to taking practical steps for fully engaging the best talent from all sources to meet our stakeholder objectives. Promoting transparency, structure, standards and practical steps that can drive the integration of DEI throughout our industry. Sharing best practices, case studies, and implementation roadmaps illustrating different paths to success and examples for overcoming challenges along the way.

ISM was founded in 1915 and is currently the largest supply management association in the world as well as one of the most respected. ISM’s mission is to lead the supply management profession through its standards of excellence, research, promotional activities, and education. ISM-TC was established a few years later in 1919. Its membership base is currently over 750 members.

The Minnesota Governmental Relations Council is an association of governmental relations professionals/lobbyists. MGRC formed in 1979, and serves government relations professionals by providing advocacy, professional development, networking and an enhanced working experience inside and outside the Capitol. MGRC believes in the importance of ethical representation in the public policy process.

Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association is the longest-standing digital marketing association in the country, as evidenced by the fact that it has the word “interactive” in its name. Much has changed since MIMA started, but one thing has remained constant; the collective digital intelligence of Minnesota is second to none and MIMA aims to make it available to all.

The MMA collaborates with the best in the industry to ensure its information is valuable and relevant for its members. MMA wants members to become more efficient and effective in the ever-changing mortgage industry. By supporting its members through the volunteer efforts of experienced industry leaders, MMA strives to make a better industry for all.

MPGC is the professional association for people whose work includes developing, marketing and administering charitable planned gifts.

The National Association of Bar Executives (NABE) is the only organization of its kind providing professional development and networking opportunities to bar associations across the country. Founded in 1941 to serve the management staff of bar associations and law-related organizations, NABE became an independent not-for-profit organization incorporated in Illinois in 1990. The mission of the National Association of Bar Executives (NABE) is to enhance the skills and enrich the careers of bar association professionals.

The National Association of Corporate Directors – New York Chapter aims to advance exemplary board leadership – for directors by directors. NACD provides information and insights board members rely upon to navigate business challenges and enhance long-term shareowner value. NACD amplifies the collective voice of directors in the national dialogue on governance issues.

Dr. Ralph Gregory was a visionary and gifted healer whose lifetime work was the relationship between the upper cervical spine (neck) and its profound influence on the central nervous system and brain stem function. He developed a healing technique now known as NUCCA, which is also the name of the association around which it was founded.

New York City SHRM aims to be the preeminent New York City professional human resources association by connecting and advancing practitioners, businesses, educators, students and related providers.

The New York State Podiatric Medical Association is a nonprofit organization promoting education and best practices for podiatrists that offers numerous programs to benefit patients, the podiatric profession and the public. NYSPMA is the largest statewide arm of the American Podiatric Medical Association.

The New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA) has been a pioneer organization for psychology in America. The association has been in the forefront of most professional advances and has established many firsts in psychology. It was the first state psychological association, it was the first group to press for legislation recognizing the professional of psychology, and it was the first psychological organization to adopt an official code of ethics.

The Philanthropic Planning Group of Greater New York (PPGGNY) is a professional association for advocates of charitable giving. If you are a planned giving officer, fundraising professional, attorney, accountant, trust officer, or in an allied field in the areas of charitable giving, tax law, ethics, marketing or investments, we offer a wide range of networking and educational opportunities to widen your reach and raise your awareness of current issues in the world of

The Power-Motion Technology Representatives Association was incorporated in Texas in 1972. In 1998, the Association’s leadership developed and adopted a new Mission Statement with supporting goals and objectives. They are the genesis of all Association activities.

The Q Group is dedicated to advancing the practice of global investment management by connecting investment professionals with rigorous research and ideas at the frontier of the industry. Through its seminars and programs, Q Group promotes excellence in research that demonstrates grounded logic and disciplined scientific methodology in finance, economics and those crossing disciplines.

The Residential Eating Disorders Consortium is a national trade association comprised of residential eating disorder treatment centers. Its members, spread across the country, aim to ensure access to residential care for individuals with eating disorders by working collaboratively to address and collaborate on issues that impact the whole industry.

The Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society (RJOS) is a pioneering organization dedicated to advancing the role of women in orthopaedic surgery. With a mission to promote leadership, mentorship, and education, RJOS empowers female orthopaedic surgeons and residents. Through collaborative initiatives and networking opportunities, RJOS plays a crucial role in fostering diversity and excellence within the orthopaedic community

The Small Business Finance Association is a nonprofit trade association representing organizations in the U.S. and Canada that are in the business of providing working capital advance products to small and mid-sized businesses. SBFA supports the merchant cash advance industry through education and information sharing.

The Structural Engineers Association of New York is a member of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations, established to advance the art of structural engineering by improving the flow of ideas and building a community of colleagues. SEAoNY sponsors workshops, panels and seminars, to address topics of interest and concern to structural engineers.

The mission of Women in Development, New York is to empower, connect, and engage women in a community that fosters professional growth and leadership while advancing the field. The vision of WiD is to be the premier regional leader empowering women in the development field by providing; A vibrant, diverse community. WiD provides insightful programs that advance leadership development and create meaningful opportunities for professional growth.

Women in Flavor and Fragrance is an industry association started in 1982 that
represents more than 500 members. The WFFC boasts a diverse membership,
with members at every stage of their career in every facet of the
industry. WFFC members can be found at flavor and fragrance manufacturers,
raw material suppliers, and consumer packaged goods manufacturers.

Women in Institutional Investments Network (WIIIN) is a Los Angeles-based forum for women in institutional investing. WIIIN’s primary goal is to strengthen relationships and facilitate a dialogue to advance and empower women in the Southern California institutional investment community. The organization strives to achieve its goal by sharing knowledge and connecting through a combination of educational and philanthropic endeavors.

The Women’s Jewelry Association (WJA) is a dynamic organization dedicated to empowering and supporting women in the jewelry and watch industries. With a commitment to fostering professional growth, networking, and education, WJA provides a vibrant community for women at all stages of their careers. Through diverse events, mentorship programs, and advocacy initiatives, WJA plays a pivotal role in promoting equality and excellence within the jewelry world.