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AMPED Association Management, an accredited full-service association management company with offices in Madison, Wisconsin and Metro Washington, DC, has been selected to manage the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA).

As a partner with FSTA, AMPED brings a wealth of trade association experience and provides full management services, including leadership/best practices, strategic planning, governance, policy, membership development, meeting planning, financial management, and communications.

“AMPED is very excited to be working with FSTA,” said Christina McCoy, FSTA’s new managing director. “We look forward to communicating the value of FSTA and working in partnership with the volunteer leaders so that they can focus on advancing FSTA and its mission with confidence, knowing that management and operations are in experienced hands.”

“AMPED brings dozens of skilled association professionals to our membership,” said FSTA President Paul Charchian. “AMPED was chosen after a lengthy search determined that AMPED provided an ideal fit for our needs. Over time, our member companies will see myriad changes and improvements, and we're excited to grow with AMPED.”

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Battaglia headshot 2017AMPED Association Management is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Battaglia as DC executive, leading AMPED’s Metro Washington, DC office. Battaglia will also serve as the associate executive director for one of AMPED’s newest trade association clients, NIBA – The Belting Association. NIBA is a trade association promoting the common business interests of distributor/fabricators and manufacturers of conveyor and flat power transmission belting and material that enhances and changes belt.

Battaglia comes to AMPED with over nine years’ experience in non-profit management and publishing. As the senior vice president for operations of the International Council for Small Business (ICSB), Battaglia was directly responsible for growing its operations budget and membership globally. His diverse association management skillset includes marketing, communications, event management, membership engagement, and web and webinar management.

“I’m very excited to join AMPED Association Management as an account executive in the new Washington DC office. For the last nine years, I’ve worked with an association in the region to advance small business and entrepreneurial issues. I look forward to bringing this experience to AMPED to help build their portfolio of clients and contacts. The DC office will be an extension of the headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin with innovative ideas, core competency, and honest engagement at the heart of everything we do."

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Aaron Manogue croppedAs part of its ongoing strategy to further grow services for partner clients, AMPED Association Management is pleased to announce the appointment of Aaron Manogue as its marketing manager. Manogue brings a wealth of strategic and data-driven marketing experience to AMPED, having spent nearly five years as a marketing manager and SEO specialist at Omnipress in Madison, Wisconsin.

Manogue will drive results through inbound, digital and content marketing, as well as tracking and analysis to help AMPED’s association clients achieve their strategic goals.

“I'm extremely excited for the opportunity to join the AMPED team,” says Manogue. “Helping associations maximize their marketing efforts is a true passion of mine and the relationships that AMPED has with its clients make the possibilities endless.”

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AMPED Association Management, an accredited full-service association management company with offices in Madison, Wisconsin and Metro Washington, DC, has been selected to manage NIBA - The Belting Association.

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

Lynda J. Patterson, FASAE, CAE, owner and president of AMPED, will serve initially as NIBA’s executive director. Michael Battaglia will be NIBA’s associate executive director, based in Washington, D.C.

“The process of interviewing and searching for strong, talented and dynamic management for NIBA was no easy task. Among the many companies we interviewed, AMPED was the clear standout,” said John Green, chair of the management search task force and vice president of Green Rubber-Kennedy Ag. “With strong leadership and enthusiasm from the top down, we knew immediately that Lynda Patterson and her staff were exactly what NIBA needed to lead us into the future. With AMPED, we will have the strength in technology, creativity, and focused management that will ensure NIBA’s value and relevance for years to come. I’m honored to have been part of the search, and very excited to now see some very positive changes that will greatly benefit our entire membership.”

In a prepared statement, the NIBA Executive Team said, “We are grateful to the Search Task Force for bringing several excellent association management companies to the table for consideration and making the final decision difficult. In the end, we unanimously selected AMPED because of the progressive style, fresh ideas and well-rounded and talented staff. Our selection was fully supported by the Board, and together, we are very excited to partner with Lynda and her team to take NIBA to new heights and build on the great foundation that has been established in the past.”

NIBA—The Belting Association is focused on promoting the common business interests of all distributor/fabricators and manufacturers of conveyor and flat power transmission belting and materials. Founded in 1927, NIBA is a trade association representing 145 distributor/fabricator companies and over 125 additional manufacturing-based companies, that produce belting and components and supply the conveyor belting industry.

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Lynda J. Patterson, FASAE, CAE was honored this week by DCA Live as one of a list of "Trending 40" Association Innovators. The recognition is presented to association and non-profit professionals who are driving growth and change in the Washington, DC area.

Patterson is the president and owner of AMPED Association Management which opened a second office in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia earlier this year. The Metro DC office is an extension of AMPED’s headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin and benefits AMPED association clients with staff support, meetings, and advocacy interests in and around the DC area.

The DCA Live award was presented on March 22 at the 1776-Crystal City. For more information, see DCA Live.

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