Your Friendly Neighborhood Blogger Moving to Another Neighborhood

A former coworker (with another company) contacted me shortly before the Summit and said there was an opening at her organization that she thought I’d be perfect for. A few interviews later, I received a job offer that was impossible to turn down. It’s an exciting opportunity for me and my family and one I look forward to starting.

Farewell to Lloyd Tucker, Director of Meetings and Education

Lloyd joined STC seven and a half years ago and has built up the education and elearning areas into a source of pride for the Society. He has overseen the birth and maturity of our online education, introducing STC members to live Web seminars, virtual conferences, online courses, Summit@aClick, free archived seminars, and the latest entry, the Virtual Track at the Summit.

STC Announces the Departure of Greg Larsen

STC bids farewell to Director of Finance & Administration Greg Larsen, who is moving on to another association in the DC metro area. Greg’s last day at STC will be Friday, 4 April. Greg Larsen started at STC on 12 Read more

From the Executive Director: Looking Ahead

STC Executive Director Chris Lyons joined the organization at the 2013 Summit. Now that he’s had some time to get acclimated, he’ll be blogging periodically about what’s going on with STC. Below is his debut blog post. In my first Read more

STC Names Chris Lyons Executive Director

After an in-depth search, STC is pleased to introduce our new executive director, Chris Lyons. Chris is the sixth executive director in the 60-year history of the Society. Chris Lyons is a seasoned manager.

STC Staff Celebrate the Holidays

The STC Staff had our office holiday party this week, with fun videos from JibJab, a holiday contest, ornament exchange, and lunch at the delicious Four Sisters Vietnamese Restaurant. The celebration started with a three-part contest to determine the holiday Read more