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What does it mean to be a convener of a community in today’s environment? This session brings together society leaders who were briefed several weeks ago to consider what Global / Local means to the activities of their societies (membership, meetings, education, professional development, publishing).

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Colleen Scollans

Chief Marketing Officer - Colleen Scollans LLP

(Speaker in 2020) Colleen Scollans is a seasoned marketing, digital strategy, and customer experience leader and consultant. With a strong background in Marketing and Digital transformation, Colleen helps organizations improve marketing performance, successfully leverage marketing technology, derive value from data, and pivot to customer centricity. Prior to consulting, Colleen was the Chief Marketing Officer at Oxford University Press where she led 300 Marketing and Digital Strategy professionals around the world. Based in New York, she was responsible for Global Marketing across B2B and B2C channels, Digital Strategy for products, content, and customer digital experience, as well as Data/Analytics. Colleen spent many years transforming the global publishing company into a forward-thinking model that has grown their business. In addition to Marketing, Colleen has also held leadership roles in Sales, Product, Digital, and E-commerce. She is known for driving strategic alignment and innovation around the customer. Colleen loves to speak, advise, coach, and mentor on the strategic and operational aspects of Marketing. She is passionate about driving business transformation through a data-driven and customer focused modern marketing strategy and helping organizations successfully adopt marketing technology.

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Steve Smith

Executive Director - American Political Science Association

(Speaker in 2020) Steven Rathgeb Smith is the executive director of the American Political Science Association and adjunct professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. Previously, he taught at several universities including the University of Washington where he was the Nancy Bell Evans Professor at the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance and director of the Nancy Bell Evans Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy. He is a past president of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action and formerly editor of the association’s journal, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. His most recent book (co-edited with David Hammack) is American Philanthropic Foundations: Regional Difference and Change (Indiana University Press, 2018). He is also the immediate past president of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR).

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