Why you should.
This is an easy question to answer.  You get what you give.  All of our members will tell you that participation is the key to a successful experience at the Exchange.

Being involved in the organization will enrich your membership experience and - equally important - increase your networking abilities and opportunities, as well as plump up your resume.

How to go about it.
How you volunteer is up to you. There are a variety of ways to contribute your time and talents to the Exchange, including:

Hot Topics
Suggest a topic; find an expert to speak on a topic; offer to be a speaker yourself; write a Hot Topics summary for our archive (by-lined, of course!). Contact Tracy Mckee or Fred Droz.


Help shape the Exchange and reach out to like-minded communication professionals by helping set the membership strategy and then marketing us to the world…For more information, contact John Jensen.

2014 Exchange Strategic Communications Conference
The conference committee develops the overall program, recruits speakers and handles the marketing of our organization's biggest annual event. Be part of the excitement!
Contact:  Becky Healy - Conference Chair

Help identify and recruit ongoing and event-driven sponsors for Exchange events. If you have fundraising experience, or want to develop those skills, there's a volunteer spot here for you. Contact Rob Hallam, Sponsorship Chair or  Fred Droz for more information.

Technology and Social Media
Help connect Exchangers' by contributing to our social media and technology efforts. Contact Sarah Newson for more information,