Bostrom’s Bryan White and Matthew Jones Earn Certified Association Executive Credential

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Bostrom is pleased to announce that team members Bryan White and Matthew Jones have earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE®) designation from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). The CAE is the highest professional credential in the association industry.

“Bostrom is built upon a diverse, collaborative team whose talents and skillsets blend to create a supportive and safe environment to not only grow as association professionals but to cultivate our clients’ growth and goals for the future,” said Bostrom president Randy Lindner, CAE, MHSA.  “Bryan and Matthew’s focus and dedication toward receiving their CAE is a perfect example of our culture of lifelong learning that encourages our team to flourish and thrive as association professionals.”

The Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential is the marker of a committed association professional who has demonstrated the wide range of knowledge essential to manage an association in today’s challenging environment. Less than five percent of all association professionals have achieved this mark of excellence.

About Bostrom

Bostrom is a professional services firm providing management, outsourcing and consulting services to professional societies, trade associations, foundations, and other not-for-profit organizations from offices in Chicago and Washington, D.C. As a boutique firm providing tailored, personalized services built upon a close-knit culture of diverse and talented people, Bostrom delivers cutting-edge, long-term solutions with proven results. Bostrom is passionate about and dedicated to its mission to transform organizations through client experience, culture and value.

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