Capital Association Management, LLC (CAM) is proud to announce that it has received re-accreditation from AMC Institute, a prestigious global trade association representing the Association Management industry. This re-accreditation places CAM among the select few Association Management Companies (AMCs) worldwide that have demonstrated their commitment to delivering the highest level of professional management services to associations and not-for-profit clients.
Out of over 500 Association Management Companies globally, only 81 have achieved AMC Institute Accreditation, making them the preferred choice for organizations seeking top-tier management services.
Mark Engle, Chair of AMC Institute, commended CAM on this significant achievement, stating, “We applaud Capital Association Management on this significant achievement. AMC Institute accreditation requires that association management firms demonstrate adherence to operational and ethical best practices, as outlined in the AMC Institute Standard. Accreditation distinguishes CAM’s ongoing commitment to leadership in association management.”
Administered by AMC Institute, the re-accreditation is recognized and supported by ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership and is based on the ANSI Standard of Good Practices for the AMC Industry. This standard is regularly reviewed and updated to ensure it remains relevant. Key performance criteria include contracts and service delivery, employee recruitment, training, professional development, and financial management.
CAM and other AMCs must earn re-accreditation every four years, subject to scrutiny by an independent outside auditor to ensure they continue to meet these high standards.
Anna Kosova, Principal of CAM, expressed her gratitude for the recognition, saying, “This recognition from the AMC Institute affirms CAM’s commitment to providing first-class service to our clients, their members, and the communities they serve. The re-accreditation process was challenging, but made possible by the hard work and determination of our staff and leadership. Their dedication to ensuring that CAM serves its mission to help associations and their members reach their full potential, achieve their goals, and lead their industries is second to none, and I thank them for their unwavering support.”
In achieving re-accreditation from AMC Institute, Capital Association Management (CAM) reaffirms its dedication to excellence, ensuring that it remains a trusted partner in guiding associations and not-for-profit organizations towards continued success and growth.