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Volunteer Spotlight - Suzanne C. Pine

Our editor caught up with Suzanne C. Pine (Sue) to talk about her many years of active involvement with volunteer organizations. In fact, she made a career of it, 30 years worth! Many of our readers will recognize Sue's name as Fernley & Fernley's Executive Vice President until her retirement this past September. Although she is no longer working in the non-profit world, she always has been and probably always will be involved in it. It's just her nature.

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Volunteer Spotlight - Richard W. Johnson, President, TSA

Our editor caught up with Rich Johnson, President of the Tin Stabilizers Association (TSA) to talk about the benefits of the long-term partnership with Fernley & Fernley, Inc. The TSA is an excellent example of the fluctuating needs of a non-profit organization and how an association management company is ideally positioned to accommodate varying levels of service and staffing.

The TSA is a trade association representing manufacturers of tin stabilizers in North America. Tin stabilizers are used in a variety of vinyl (polyvinyl chloride or PVC) applications. Their mission is to promote the safe and effective use of tin stabilizers through superior product stewardship, scientific studies, and proactive communication.

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Volunteer Spotlight - Jim Laster, Past President of the WMMA®

Our editor caught up with Jim Laster, Past President of the Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America (WMMA®) to gain his perspective as a volunteer leader of an association faced with an unexpected change in key members of the management team. His no nonsense responses will hopefully provide comfort to other volunteer leaders experiencing similar staff transition.

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Volunteer Spotlight - Stan Langhofer, President of the NRAA

Our editor caught up with Stan Langhofer, President of the National Renal Administrators Association to gain his perspective as a volunteer leader of an association undergoing a change in professional management. His straightforward responses should provide solace to other volunteer leaders contemplating or undergoing similar transition related challenges. There is a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Volunteer Spotlight - Ken Fritz, President of the AFA

Our editor caught up with Ken Fritz, President of the American Flooring Alliance (AFA) to gain insight into his experience as a volunteer leader of a newly formed association.

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