Trace Carson, OMG senior vice president of association management, has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) distinction through the American Society for Association Executives. According to ASAE’s Center for Association Leadership, the CAE program is “designed to elevate professional standards,… Read more
The Williamsburg Lodge, in the heart of Virginia’s Colonial capital, served as host site for OMG’s first company-wide retreat on May 30.
J. Michael Reitelbach and Gail S. Phillips, president and senior vice president of association management, respectively, for Organization Management Group Inc., have earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) re-certification through the American Society for Association Executives. According to ASAE’s Center… Read more
The combined AMCs will serve 30 organizations through a talent pool of 50 seasoned professionals.
To better service its clients, an engaged association management company stays active in its community and sees the big picture—that a healthy economy sets the backdrop for all parties within its borders to prosper. OMG, headquartered in Chesapeake, Va., attended… Read more
OMG welcomes many visitors and guests to tour the building, meet the staff, and learn more about what we do. Taking a tour around the office and then out to lunch! (From left to right:) Anna Shaw; Carla Earnest, CMP;… Read more
Organization Management Group Inc. has been awarded re-accreditation by AMC Institute, the global trade association representing the association management company industry. The achievement marks OMG’s third re-accreditation. The Chesapeake-based firm, with offices in Richmond, is a Charter Accredited AMC, or… Read more
Deana Wilson was interviewed for the Oyster Pointer newspaper. Deana is OMG’s Senior VP of Education; the interview focuses on her role as director of the Alpha College of Real Estate. Read the article here.
Our own John Broadway was at opening day of the Virginia General Assembly, and the Daily Press caught up with him for a story about lobbyists. Read the article here.