Associations 101: Association Professional Development 10 Tips in 20 Minutes
So many times board and committee members (and even staff), make decisions for the organization based on their own intuition. And while it's helpful to use your "gut feeling" to aid in decision making, it's also extremely important to let data drive your decision making. 
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May 09, 2014 1:30 PM Eastern
30 minutes
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The Data Driven Association
Jim Thompson is the CEO of the Association Executives of North Carolina, where he has been since September 2005. In addition, Thompson was also just elected to the Board of Commissioners for the Town of Wake Forest. Before working at AENC, Thompson was the Director of Business Development for the NC Association of REALTORS® in Greensboro, a position he helped establish after his first year of employment with NCAR. He worked at NCAR for over five years and worked to substantially increase revenue for the association and streamline the sponsor development program. Since joining AENC, the organization has increased its membership by over 65 percent and has worked to increase the recognition of the organization with the media and members of NC government officials.
Thompson was born in Goldsboro and moved to Raleigh in 1986. He would go on to graduate from Millbrook High School in 1990. He is a 1994 graduate of UNC-Greensboro and has a degree in English and Political Science. Thompson recently celebrated 14 years of marriage to Hollyn Thompson, who is the art specialist at Jones Dairy Elementary. He and Hollyn have a 10-year-old son and a 7-year-old daughter and are very involved in the WF Parks & Recreation basketball program and Capital Area Soccer League (CASL). Since moving back to the Triangle in 2005, Thompson has been extremely involved in the community. He is a member of the Wake Forest Recreation Advisory Board; has been on the board since 2007 and most recently served as the chair. Currently, he and his family attend Wakefield United Methodist Church and are charter members. Thompson is also active in the church serving both on the Administration Board and in the church's Praise & Worship band.
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Jim Thompson   [ view bio ]
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