Convention Liaison Council Reinvents Itself

With little on-the-scene fanfare but a fair amount of pre-meeting lobbying, delegates at the Convention Liaison Council (CLC) approved a major restructuring of the organization at its November meeting in Fort Worth, TX.

The delegates voted to replace CLC's existing executive committee (with its rotating slate of officers) with a board that has four permanent seats for the chief paid executives of these organizations: the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), Professional

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