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 AMCs Engaged! Goes Virtual 
August 6 and 7, 2020

AMCs Engaged! is tailored to meet the unique challenges of the AMC community and help all levels of AMC professionals prepare for the changing business landscape. Whether you are part of an experienced association management company, a new owner navigating the first few years, or an entrepreneur investigating the strengths of the AMC model, join your peers for a deep-dive into current trends and topics impacting the AMC community now. Learn from Thought Leaders on potential future trends, brand forethought, and best-practice company experiences and earn up for 5.5 hours of CAE credit. Virtually network with AMC colleagues and industry providers and make connections to last. 

2020 AMCs Engaged programming is tailored beyond C-suite level executives and AMC owners, it also includes education for new and emerging leaders within the AMC industry. Allow your whole team to experience the AMCs Engaged 2020 education. There is something here for everyone. 

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Category  Price
AMC Member (Individual)    $295.00 
Group of 5 Package  (AMC Members and Associate Members only)*              $895.00 
Associate Member (Individual)                                                                           $295.00 
Non-Member - Association Management Company* (Individual)                      $475.00 
Non-Member - Association Management Company* Group of 5 Package     $1,175.00 

*Please note
: If you are with an Association Management Company that is not a member of the AMC Institute, please contact Shelli Vasser Gilliam at [email protected] or 703-662-9476 to register for AMCs Engaged!  

Vendors/suppliers who are not members of AMCI are not permitted to attend AMCs Engaged!

A refund of the conference registration fee for AMCs Engaged, minus a $75 administrative fee per person, will be given for cancellations received by July 17, 2020. Refunds will not be given for no-shows. Substitutions are gladly accepted! Substitutions must be submitted by written request to [email protected] and will be permitted until Friday, July 31 at 11:59 pm ET. Only one substitution is permitted per the original registrant. The individual submitting the substitution request is responsible for all financial obligations (any balance due) associated with that substitution.

All times listed are in U.S. Eastern Daylight Savings Time Zone and are subject to change.
Earn up to 5.5 CAE credits during AMCs Engaged! 2020. If you participate in the Accreditation & Standards Workshop, you will earn up to 2 additional CAE credits. 

Thursday, August 6



 1:00 – 1:05 PM

Bennett Napier, CAE
Partners in
Association Management
AMCI 2020 Board Chair

Welcome Remarks   

1:05 – 2:00 PM

Michael Dominguez
President & CEO, ALHI

Opening General Session
Staying Prepared for the 2020s

  2:00 – 2:30 PM     



2:30 – 3:30 PM

  Aidan Augustin, Co-Founder and Jeff Rose, Director of AMC Partnerships, Feathr

Adults Spend Half Their Day Online- Does Your Association?
Digital and engagement techniques to grow non-dues revenue in these uncertain times over the next decade. 

3:30 – 4:00 PM



4:00 – 5:00 PM

Erin Fuller, FASAE, MPA, CAE, President, MCI-USA

Stephanie Glanzer, CMP, SVP and Chief Sales Officer, MGM Resorts International

Scott Beck, President and CEO, Destination Toronto

Expect the Unexpected
Hear case studies from DMOs, CVBs, and AMCs from COVID/SARS lessons learned and participate in an open discussion on how AMC’s can lead and pivot 

5:00 – 6:00 PM 

 Virtual Sponsor Reception 


Friday, August 7
9:00 - 10:00 AM Isaac Collazo, Economist, IHG Overview of our New World
Discover an economists perspective on knowledge and trends, projections,growth industries, and what to expect the future will look like in the 2020s.
10:00 –10:30 AM Break  
10:30 – 10:45 AM Sponsored Session  MemberClicks
 10:45 AM – 12:15  PM   AMCs by Size! and Emerging Leaders Sessions
12:15 – 12:30 PM Closing   
1:00– 3:00 PM  Accreditation & Standards Workshop   


Join the AMC Institute team for a Virtual Run/Walk/Roll supporting 'Taking Care of Our Own' programs helping medical transport personnel improve mental health and wellness. Click on   Group/Teams and AMC Institute to run to Help the Helpers with AMCI and read more about how you can take part below. 

 MedEvac Foundation International supports all First Responders working in Emergency Medical Services – anyone who stabilizes patients on the scene and provides life-saving medical care during transport to a trauma center. Whether by airplane, helicopter, vehicle, or vessel - ambulance crews keep the window of time open during that "golden hour" when critical medical care determines life or death.  Whether you've been rescued from the scene of an accident or are the worried parents of a tiny infant requiring advanced care at a better-equipped hospital, or have been desperately hoping for a second chance at life from a donor-match for a long-awaited viable organ transplant that is being rushed to your operating room - you will hear these words – "We got you.", "You're gonna be ok." or "Help is on the way." 

For all of the happy endings, the transplanted organs, first, second, and third birthdays that we celebrate, unfortunately, there are many more that - despite every effort - cannot be saved or for whom the injuries sustained were just too great to be stabilized and spirited to safety. These are the tragic scenes our first-responders bring home and cannot un-see, erase from memory or shake from their psyche. Also, the sheer onslaught of trauma, pain, agony, and human suffering repeatedly witnessed and personally tended to carry the heaviest burdens for our community.  Often, those burdens are so great that our helpers are the ones in need of help.

MedEvac Foundation International is teaching thousands of medical transport personnel - both employees and volunteers - how to ask for the help they need to work through the stress and trauma that is their daily life and work - now more than ever - and to recognize warning signs in their peers so that no one is alone and everyone can get the help they need to do what they love.

AMCI invites you to "Run to Help the Helpers" and be their help that's on its way.  Your support today enables MedEvac Foundation International to provide a range of services including mental health support, in-person and virtual wellness training, mindfulness instruction, safety, and clinical practice guideline research applications, recovery support and line of duty death grants to surviving spouses and college scholarships to their children, undergraduate, and graduate-level scholarship grants to continuing education institutes so EMS Critical Care Medical Transport first-responders have the tools they need to better deal with the ghosts of the people that they could not save despite their heroic efforts.

Please join the AMC Institute team and run/walk/roll with AMCI on your own schedule! 100% of your MedEvac Foundation registration fee and donations go to Taking Care of Our Own EMS life-saving programs to prevent suicide.


Thank you to our 2020 AMCs Engaged! sponsors


Contact Shelli Vasser Gilliam at [email protected] or +1.703-570-8955.