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APPAM Welcomes Tristanne Staudt

February 13, 2014 09:00 AM

APPAM welcomes the addition of Tristanne M. Staudt to the Association staff. Ms. Staudt is the organization's new Membership, Marketing, and Special Projects Manager. Her responsibilities include membership services, recruitment efforts, and retention strategies for APPAM. Her oversight includes financial management reports and conference support.

“I’m very much looking forward to working with the APPAM staff to create a strong sense of community among APPAM members,” said Staudt. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with all members of APPAM and spread the word that APPAM is the place to be for everyone in the policy community.”

“Keeping our members happy is the focus of what APPAM staff does every day. But, we want to do more. We want to improve the depth and breadth of the programs, benefits and services we offer," said APPAM Executive Director Tara Sheehan. "We want more members of the public policy community to learn about APPAM, connect with us through our conferences, the Journal, our policy forums,, etc. And we want those people to become APPAM members. That will be Tristanne’s number one job – to make sure you are happy with your APPAM membership and if you don’t know about APPAM, to make sure you find out about it and want to become a part of it.”

Prior to joining APPAM, Staudt served as the Manager of Member and Council Relations at the American Medical Group Association. There she managed nine large councils of healthcare executives and was the first point of contact for the organization's members. “We’re lucky to have someone on board with the membership experience Tristanne has," said Sheehan. "I’m excited to see all that she can do to help APPAM.”

Staudt can be contacted via email or at 202.496.0130 x207.


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