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There are many challenges that are involved in successfully running a chapter-based member organization. The key lies in the ability to connect all your chapters. Whether that is with branding, communication, data fluidity or managing finances, having a connected and integrated organization can transform your entire operation. This saves you time, numerous headaches and data inconsistencies. But, most importantly perhaps is the experience your members will have as a result of streamlining and optimizing your processes.

You may be asking "this all sounds great, but how can you connect an organization that is intricate, has multiple chapters at different levels and have specific ways of housing the membership revenue?" The answer is simple, forward-looking technology. Having the right software in your tech-stack can mean the difference between chasing chapters for dues and having a comprehensive top-down or bottom-up stream of member data. Something as complex as managing one or multiple chapters isn't something you can't facilitate.

Bridge the gap and connect your entire chapter organization with one easy solution. Join us and our speakers March 22nd from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and uncover all the ways to optimize and digitally transform your organization.

We will cover:

  • Different organizational structures of chapter-based organizations
  • Common problems and challenges in communication
  • Data loss and membership dues challenges
  • Tips and tricks on how to connect your organization
  • Technologies with chapter management capabilities

We hope to see you there and provide you with some solutions to the daily challenges of managing your chapters and members. Click the button to register!


  • Michael Liddy (Global Chapter Platforms Lead, JD, CSPO at PMI / Project Management Institute)

    Michael Liddy

    Global Chapter Platforms Lead, JD, CSPO at PMI / Project Management Institute


    Mike is currently the Global Chapter Platforms Lead at PMI. In his role, Mike will collaborates with the PMI Management Team on chapter strategy development & the implementation of providing the technological tools and systems that will ensure PMI Chapters are in the best position to optimize member value.

    Mike has been employed with Project Management Institute since 2016. Throughout his tenure, he has served in the chapter and volunteer space by supporting the chapter engagement staff from a systems perspective. He most recently was assigned to the team that developed the Chapter 4.0 Strategy and the Chapter Empowerment Program.

    Mike is a graduate of both Roger Williams University School of Law and Monmouth University. Mike is also a certified scrum product owner.

    In his spare time, Mike participates in his lifelong passion for studying global history as well as curbing his addiction to purchasing various kinds of books related to espionage.

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  • Eric Schmidt (CEO and Founder of Glueup)

    Eric Schmidt

    CEO and Founder of Glueup

    As a leader in the global tech industry, Eric is focused on developing customer-centric products and transforming the way professional communities build and enrich relationships. He has incubated multiple tech startups within the software, mobile, and environmental industries, and has worked with venture capital and private equity investments in the United States and China. He also founded China Entrepreneurs — a community he built into a 20,000+ member network. Eric is an elected member of AmCham China’s Board of Governors. In 2004, sponsored by Nike and Phillips, he traced Marco Polo’s route, cycling 100 days from Beijing, China to Venice, Italy. Eric holds an M.S. and a B.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and has been featured in media such as the BBC, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Barron’s, CCTV, China Daily, and numerous other outlets.

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  • Patrick Shanahan (Enterprise Sales Manager at Glueup)

    Patrick Shanahan

    Enterprise Sales Manager at Glueup


    His consultative approach to SAAS sales has enabled him to grow companies in the Hospitality and Technology space.

    Currently leader of the Enterprise Sales Team at Glue Up, Pat’s responsibilities are focused around building a team of consultants tasked with providing full digital transformation for large scale associations and member based
    organizations in North America.

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