WHAT IS IACCA
IACCA offers the very best education and specialized support for all levels of nonprofit conference and retreat center professionals, IACCA has been the home of top performers in the field for over forty years. While many other groups focus on camping, hotels and resorts, IACCA is dedicated to the unique practices and challenges that non-profit institutions face. Our world class faculty is eager to share their knowledge and experience with others, as are our members. Membership and participation in IACCA gives you access to a network of other professionals that understand your work, have worked on the same issues, and have often found solutions. From Thursday coffee breaks, to both online and in-person classes, all the way to our annual conference, IACCA is about helping you provide your guests the best experience possible.
Whether you are new to the industry, or have decades of experience, IACCA has something to offer you, and something to be gained by your involvement. I hope you join today!
Reuben Todd, IACCA President
WHAT MAKES IACCA DIFFERENT
IACCA IS RIGHT FOR YOU
"Being introduced to IACCA by a neighboring conference center director changed my life. I was no longer working in a vacuum confronting new problems without guidance or direction. Now there were colleagues from throughout the country who were willing to share their insights, experience, and knowledge."
"The professional certification training program for Executive Directors and Administrators led by IACCA certified and seasoned professionals is an amazing journey and provides critical industry tools, tips, and techniques. The experiences in classroom lead foundation courses, conference workshops, seminar working sessions, and the more advanced Capstone training sessions having been engaging and inspire real time ideas to improve personally and professionally. Every session has provided actionable policies and procedures to improve our organization and create efficiencies that allow more time to focus on our mission and values. Training from these professionals equals a lifetime of lessons learned (the hard way) in a very challenging industry.
After each individual training session I am equipped to teach, coach and mentor staff, volunteers, and our Board of Directors on industry standards and the best ways to be successful. Most recently I was able to use tools provided from the finance portion of our Capstone course to the Finance Committee that immediately provided a clearer picture of the future and easy way to communicate our needs. I am looking forward to additional continuing education opportunities and hope to send more of our staff to learn, grow and apply their knowledge back to this place!"
-Tom Powell, Executive Director - Caroline Furnace
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Wynne is the president of Lodgepole® Property System, has been involved with the IACCA education committee for many years, has a variety of non-profit experiences, and has taught various aspects of nonprofit management.
Topic: Nonprofit Governance
From a high-level governance perspective, we’ll take a look at three focus areas in nonprofit governance: roles, using existing resources, and staying current. These areas can help staff members understand why things may be working or can give a path into re-aligning work.
Thursday, March 21st 2019
2:00pm EST / 1:00 pm CST / 12:00pm MST / 11:00am PST
WELCOME TO OUR NEW MEMBERS
IACCA would like to welcome Justin Given from Mt. Olivet and Paula Greene from The Duke Endowment to our organization. Welcome to your new professional home!!