NMSDC’s Stefan Bradham Chosen to Participate in ASAE Diversity Executive Leadership Program


Earlier this week, the Center for Association Leadership (ASAE) named NMSDC vice president of marketing, communications and events, Stefan Bradham as one of its Diversity Executive Leadership Program (DELP) scholars. Bradham is joining eleven individuals in an accelerated two-year leadership program aimed at advancing underrepresented identity groups in the association management profession. The other members of the 2024-2026 DELP class include:

Terin Bates
director, Volunteer Management, Diversity and Inclusion

Maria Cook
associate director, Executive Affairs
ISPOR – The Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Bradley Davis
director, Content and Training
International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

Lucas Davis
vice president & chief staff officer
International Coaching Federation

Leslie Frazier
senior vice president of community and industry relations

Jamila Harley
director, Career Management Services
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Matthew Harney
executive director
American Association of Settlement Consultants

Tamesha Logan
associate executive director
National Athletic Trainers’ Association

David A. Murillo
president & CEO
Compass Management Solutions

Jose Segarra
strategic director and senior account executive

Hanif Smith
account executive
Nonprofit Resources

“I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunity to participate in ASAE’s Diversity Executive Leadership Program and look forward to how this experience will not only benefit my professional journey but also my ability to better support NMSDC’s work to accelerate minority business growth and build long-lasting generational wealth for the communities of color it serves,” said Bradham.

During the two-year term, Bradham and the other scholars in the program will receive membership in ASAE and registration, travel, and lodging to ASAE Annual Meetings and other select education programs and events, along with mentorship and a variety of other professional development benefits. The program is made possible thanks to the ongoing support of Visit Detroit. Its partnership has enabled the development of more than 240 diverse association leaders in the community.

Learn more about ASAE and DELP at asaecenter.org/

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