The director of membership works collaboratively with the CEO, board president, membership committee chair and Running USA staff to ensure a positive member experience for all RUSA members, to achieve membership growth goals through membership recruitment and retention initiatives and to support leadership development.
Moderated by industry veteran Lonnie Somers of Hallucination Sports, the quartet will discuss a host of issues, including the influence of mobile, social media usage, wearable technology and much more.
Leading a Race Camp on Course Operations at the Industry Conference, Lyons brings a wealth of knowledge on building strong community relationships, organizing and managing race day operations and much more.
At the 2017 Running USA Industry Conference, Schooley will lead a Race Camp on Sponsorship, leading discussion on forming meaningful and lasting partnerships and how to best build a race's sponsorship portfolio.
We're excited for our Race Camp on Course Operations at this year's Running USA Industry Conference, which is being co-led by Aaron Nemzer, director of events at DMSE, who brings a wealth of experience in course management - including the Boston Marathon.
Leading a Race Camp at the Industry Conference titled Expo Management/Post Event Experience, Raugust brings a wealth of experience on creating memorable event experiences for runners, as well as working with exhibitors, sponsors and designers.
We recently caught up with TimingHQ founder and CEO Mike Coleman, talking about a host of topics, including how he first became involved in the industry, what technologies race directors need to be aware and how the industry is evolving.