EAM

Services

Universally and continually relevant.


association leadership

An association’s Chief Staff Executive is a critical partner in the organization’s overall success. Taking a collaborative approach to management, Evergreen Association Management staff will be partners in advancing your association’s mission.


membership

The lifeblood of associations, members are the focus of our service delivery. Our objective is to make every interaction with members a positive reflection on the association. From simple username/password inquires to learning more about a specific program or service, your members will receive white-glove service.



board governance

Bylaws, policies, and procedures, oh my! Let the experts at Evergreen Association Management support proper governance procedures, ensuring your board’s decisions are compliant and properly recorded.


conferences and events

This is your organization’s time to shine! Evergreen’s partnership with Meg Taft Events ensures a professional, seamless event, allowing volunteer leaders and members to experience a top-notch event, while leaving the details to us.




Financial management

Understanding your organization’s financial position is important in supporting key decisions. Through our partnership with the professional accounting firm, William L. Kernan, CPA, boards will have access to clear, concise, and timely financial reports.


marketing and pr

Your organization has a unique story to share; let us help spread the word! From eblasts, websites, social media and more, Evergreen’s management staff has tons of ideas to get your message out to members, prospects, key industry constituents and customers. For larger scale projects, we partner with The Laidlaw Group, a full service PR and advertising agency.


Sarah is a very knowledgeable, dedicated association executive who always has the best interests of her clients at heart. She is creative and imaginative in her approach to managing industry opportunities among the various associations for which she has responsibility.
— Ken Hutton, Consulting Associate for The Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University's School of Business