ASAE Annual 2022: “The End of Expertise” panel discussion led by CEO Joanna Pineda
Americans have grown increasingly hostile toward experts. We would rather take medical advice from a friend on Facebook than our doctor or the head of the CDC. Newspaper editorials and election endorsements no longer carry the same weight with the public. Science has become politicized and facts are debated. Associations have long been trusted organizations for knowledge, research, and—yes—political advocacy. How are associations faring in this hostile environment?
CEO Joanna Pineda is excited to lead a panel discussion on “The End of Expertise and How Associations Must Adapt” at the 2022 ASAE Annual Conference & Exposition, happening in Nashville, TN, August 20-23, 2022 and online. She will be joined by a panel of C-suite executives who will share how their associations are affected by the end of expertise, how they are modifying their services to maintain their credibility and retain members’ trust, and what they are doing to keep their organizations safe spaces for facts, open discussion, and expertise.
Joanna’s session will be available for virtual participants, and on-demand for in-person attendees.