2 Programs with Mark Levin, CAE, CSP
For over 30 years Mark Levin has been helping organizations throughout the world grow and prosper. When Mark talks, or writes, about membership development or volunteer leadership, he speaks with the voice of experience.
Mark’s years of experience in not-for-profit organizations include staff positions as a membership director, local chapter director, and chief staff officer of three organizations. In addition, he’s an active volunteer in several local, state, national, and international societies.
Mark’s reputation isn’t just based on experience – it’s based on his talent, too. He served for over 20 years on the faculty of the Institutes for Organization Management, a continuing education program sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Tens of thousands of volunteer and staff leaders have attended his programs worldwide, and they all can attest to his ability to present his topics in a unique, humorous, and interactive style.
An award winning author, Mark’s first book Membership Development: 101 Ways to Get and Keep Your Members, has been a hit on five continents. His second book, The Gift of Leadership, has won universal acclaim for its ability to train – and inspire – volunteer leaders in virtually every type of organization. Mark’s third book, Millennium Membership: How to Attract and Keep Members in the New Marketplace was on the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) Best Seller list for more than four years. Mark’s fourth book, Retention Wars: The New Rules of Engagement, received near-unanimous recognition as a valuable tool in the ongoing fight to keep members coming back year after year.
His latest book Managing the Membership Experience, is a collaboration with Sue Froggatt, the UK’s leading membership expert.
A graduate of the University of Maryland, Mark’s clients range from the American Medical Association to the Australian Society of Association Executives.
Perhaps most importantly, Mark is not a “former” anything. His presentations are based not only on his previous experiences, but also on his day-to-day role as Executive Vice President of the Chain Link Fence Manufacturers Institute, an international trade association.