UST Education Series: The End of Expertise and How Associations Must Adapt
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 increasingly hostile environment?
Matrix Group CEO & Chief Troublemaker Joanna Pineda is excited to present a session on “The End of Expertise and How Associations Must Adapt” in UST Education’s Leadership and Learning Series happening Wednesday, January 24th at 1pm Eastern.
Joanna will be joined by:
- Melanie Gottlieb, Executive Director of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)
- Tara Puckey, Executive Director of the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA)
Join them for a lively discussion about the end of expertise, where they will discuss:
- How industries are being disrupted by the public’s lack of trust in our institutions
- How associations are being affected by this same trends
- How associations are modifying their services to maintain their credibility and retain members’ trust
- What organizations are doing to keep their organizations safe spaces for facts, open discussion, and expertise.
About UST Education
“Serving our communities with expert professional development courses.” In 2020, US Transactions Corporation launched UST Education. Growing out of the success of Presidential Forum, UST’s community driven roundtable discussions, UST Education provides high quality continuing education to the business communities in which UST is engaged. The UST Education team ensures proactive support, ease of registration, and fast credentialing for their interactive webinars, and their expert instructors address topics relevant to the professionals they serve.