Celebrate Women’s History Month with these innovative leaders

Happy Women’s History Month! This year, the United Nations declared the International Women’s Day theme to be “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality.” The UN chose the theme to highlight what women have accomplished in the technology sphere and the steps needed to achieve gender equality in digital spaces. 

While women have made great strides in the U.S. workforce, they are still vastly underrepresented in STEM jobs. The 2020 United States Census reports that women have increased STEM employees from 8% in 1970 to 27% in 2019.

With the March 8th holiday focusing on technology and gender equality, the UN is highlighting some of the women leading the advancement of technology in their fields. Our Nimble AMS team thought we would also celebrate some of our standout customer leaders. Check them out and prepare to be inspired!

Ten innovative female leaders in association technology 

The following women have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of technology in associations:  

1. Natasha Rocheleau
Associate Director of Operations at the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)  
Natasha Rocheleau recently demonstrated her leadership at SAME by successfully implementing Nimble AMS at her association. Rocheleau invested time in learning Nimble AMS and working with her team, so they had the tools and knowledge needed to properly innovate.

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2. Caroline Laurin  
Vice President of Marketing & Communications at the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (ASSLD)  
Caroline Laurin routinely develops key marketing campaigns and strategies to elevate AASLD’s mission and vision. Laurin is a leader in event promotion and member engagement strategy at her organization

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3. Becky Anderson
LMS Administrator at the Illinois ASBO

Becky Anderson recently innovated at Illinois ASBO by leveraging Nimble AMS to modernize the event registration and membership renewal processes. Anderson is all about empowering staff and members with user-friendly processes.

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4. Nicole Bowen
Supervisor, Business Analyst of Association Management and Nonprofit Solutions at RSM US LLP 

Nicole Bowen is a leader in association management and non-profit technology solutions. Bowen is a consultant and focuses on the implementation of Nimble AMS and Salesforce platforms

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5. Gillian Harrison Cain
Director of Member Programs at Atla

Gillian Harrison Cain has been a leader at Atla for over 8 years. Gillian is always looking for ways to better utilize Atla’s existing organizational systems, empowering staff to be more efficient.

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6. Angel Baltimore
Senior Vice President of Information Technology at the National Apartment Association (NAA)

Angel Baltimore is a long time, seasoned association technology leader who has led digital strategy and IT departments at multiple organizations. Throughout the years, Baltimore has worked with multiple association management software platforms and eCommerce systems, and currently offers innovative solutions at their association with Nimble AMS.  

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7. Tami Brehm
Executive Director at the Association of Rheumatology Professionals (ACR) & Vice President of Member Services

Tami Brehm has been a leader at ACR for 5 years. Brehm is always searching for ways to leverage technology to improve the member experience at her association.



8. Diane Waite
IT Manager at the International Association of the Chiefs of Police (IACP)

Diane Waite has worked with the IACP for over 20 years, and she’s always seeking to improve her association’s use of technology. Waite routinely inquires about the latest Nimble AMS and Salesforce features, highlighting new Salesforce solutions before our Nimble AMS team is up to date.

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9. Caterina Luppi
Chief Information Officer at the District of Columbia Bar (DC Bar) 

During Caterina Luppi’s career, she has held technology and business operations leadership positions at multiple associations. Recently, Luppi led the Nimble AMS implementation project at the DC Bar, overseeing a successful software adoption.  

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10. Sandy Minners
Senior Vice President of Client Engagement & Delivery at the American Bankers Association (ABA)

Sandy Minners works with her ABA team, leading in process improvement and implementing complex technical solutions for one of the largest trade associations in the industry. 

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Celebrate Women’s History Month at your association!

Take time to celebrate the female leaders at your association during this Women’s History Month! If you’re ready to transform your organization, like the ones above, read our free guide today: A modern association’s guide to digital transformation.

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