Stand by...

You're about to be redirected to

September 12, 2007

And you are???

Like Church of the Customer and the five independent thinkers, I'm celebrating a milestone, too: I recently passed two hundred RSS subscribers, and have actually vaulted to 230 over the past few weeks when you combine subscribers from my regular and combo feeds. Yay!

So, inspired by Church of the Customer's Go Around the Room post, here's my request: You know a lot about me, but you're mostly an enigma to me. Please, if you are so inclined, leave a comment with your name, organization, location and what brought you to the Certified Association Executive blog. I'd like to get to know you a little better.

Tagged: ; ; ;


NRVLiving Real Estate said...

Okay, I'll go first ...

* Jeremy Hart
* The NRVLiving Real Estate Group
* Blacksburg, VA - Go Hokies
* You found me! Well, I guess Jim Duncan had something to do with it as well

Mark said...

Mark Bledsoe
United Suburban Schools Association
Oklahoma City, OK Go Pokes!

Simone said...

* Simone Champagnie
* SNC Destinations
* HQ in Sunrise, Florida
* Discovered you through Sue Pelletier's reading list

toddoneill said...

- Todd O'Neill
- association mgmt lurker
- former volunteer president of "dinosaur" association that no one will admit is in decline
- drawn to associations and their mgmt by the concept of "community"; drawn to social media for same reasons
- I think Ifound you through David Gammel's blog

Greg said...

Congrats Ben. My that number grow and grow.

*Greg Fine
*Association Forum
Association Forum of Chicagoland
*Chicago, IL

Maddie Grant said...

awesome, babe! rock on!!

maddie grant

- washington center for psychoanalysis
- dc native
- met you through a txtmob!

Lindy Dreyer said...

Good work!

- CK Marketing Solutions, Inc.
- Washington, DC
- Visited your site after hearing you speak at the Baltimore M&M Conference

Becky said...

Congratulations on those numbers!! I've read your blog for ages but never subscribed via RSS until after ASAE07 when my list of to-read blogs became too much to read "manually" :-)

* Becky Granger
* Boulder CO
* Can't remember where we met...maybe the old ASAE emerging leaders group?

Helen said...

Helen Thompson, a/k/a Exurbanista.

I've been lurking for a while but recently got a full-time job as social media editor for an international association in western Fairfax, VA. I blog anonymously, but I'm not anonymous; it's just that I have so many blog entities that I prefer to keep them distinct from one another, so that my work in association world is separate from that of my persona, respectively, of Gallycat, where I administer or help manage content at several faith-oriented blogs, or Deviathan, from my days as an entertainment journalist and now mostly feeble attempts at humor and catblogging.

I found you when I was surfing around looking for other people doing this professionally.