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    President and owner, Lynda J. Patterson, FASAE, CAE

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Who we are

AMPED Association Management is a full-service association management company working with associations across the globe. We work in partnership with boards of directors to provide high energy leadership and operational management. Our clients are primarily national and international trade and professional associations.

AMPED is a close-knit team that provides the personal service your members expect, backed by a staff of expert specialists. We use the knowledge gained from working with multiple organizations to help your organization achieve its highest potential. Best of all, we are passionate about the power of association. Put the energy of AMPED to work for you!

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Just received . . ."Great job putting together our virtual business meeting! When you pull programs like this off, it confirms that we made the right decision four years ago to transition to AMPED. You and your staff came through when it was needed the most. I would hate to think where NIBA would be without your expertise and professional approach to situations like we are experiencing today. Congratulations! Your efforts do not go unnoticed." — Vernon Smith, Past President, NIBA-The Belting Association

 

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AMPED Welcomes the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care

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May 2021 — AMPED has been selected by Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC) to manage their operations. AMPED’s Christina McCoy, CAE will serve as Executive Director for AAWC, supported by Kris Ackley, who will serve as Associate Director.

AAWC is the largest multidisciplinary wound care organization in the United States with over 1,100 members dedicated to providing its members with the best resources, ongoing education, and support network needed to assist them in delivering best practices to the diverse and growing numbers of patients with a wound. Read more.

 

Tavern League of Wisconsin Starts New Chapter, Selects AMPED for Full Management

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April 2021 — AMPED is excited to announce it has been selected to manage the Tavern League of Wisconsin (TLW)

“We look forward to communicating the value of the TLW and working in partnership with the volunteer leaders so that they can focus on advancing the TLW and its mission with confidence, knowing that management and operations are in experienced hands,” said Michelle Czosek, CAE who will serve as the TWL Executive Director.

The Tavern League of Wisconsin is a non-profit trade association dedicated to serving the needs of the retail beverage alcohol segment of the hospitality industry in the State of Wisconsin. The League provides their 5,000 members with legislative and government relations, legal information, and educational programs. Read more.

 

AMPED to Manage Woodworking Machinery Industry Association

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March 2021 — AMPED is proud to have been selected to manage the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association (WMIA).

As a partner with WMIA, AMPED will bring a wealth of trade association experience and provide full management services, including leadership, strategic planning, governance, policy, membership development, meeting planning, industry relations, financial management, and communications.

WMIA is one of many stand-alone associations that AMPED has helped transition into the AMC model. In fact, two-thirds of their 18 clients were stand-alone organizations before joining AMPED. Read more. 

 

AMPED Partners with UW Advocacy Group, Badgers United

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July 2020 — AMPED Association Management is pleased to announce a new partnership with Badgers United that includes Lynda J. Patterson, FASAE, CAE, President and Owner of AMPED, serving as the Executive Director.

Badgers United is a 501c3 organization founded by Wisconsin residents who recognize the University of Wisconsin - Madison as one of the largest economic engines in the state, providing over $15 billion in economic impact to all 72 counties. The transition to AMPED and the association management company model means that Badgers United will now have access to a full team of association experts, bringing additional value and support to the organization. Read more.

 

Reflections on the Power of Associations

For American Associations Week, AMPED President and Owner Lynda Patterson shared her perspective on the strength of associations and their importance during times of crisis and change.

Association CEO Succession Planning

AMPED was asked to produce a video showcasing the power of AMCs. We were proud to tell the story of how we help associations with retiring CEOs transition to the AMC model. Here's one of our success stories.

Listen to Our Podcast

Associations AMPED Up! is where you’ll get a better understanding of the AMC model through conversations with association professionals. We’ll dive into the principles and best practices to which they adhere and the tools and initiatives they use to help their client associations grow. Whether you are an emerging or seasoned association professional, we hope you will enjoy the insights our guests will bring to this podcast.

Available for download where ever you get your podcasts. Take a listen!

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Challenges and Triumphs During COVID-19

Lynda Patterson was featured in Madison's Brava Magazine for a piece on how local small businesses are faring during COVID-19. She shared that shifting to online meetings and emphasizing strategic planning have helped AMPED's clients maintain value for their members.

Read the full article, here

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Patterson is one of "2020 Exceptional Women"

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Read the full article, here

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