August 18, 2021

AIHA Director of Government Relations Selected to Serve on Professional Advisory Boards

AIHA is proud to announce that Mark Ames, AIHA’s Director of Government Relations has been selected to serve on the American Society of Association Executives’ (ASAE) Government Relations and Advocacy Professionals Advisory Council (GRAPAC).

Mark was also invited to serve on the George Washington University School of Business Transformative Leadership in Disruptive Times Advisory Council. Membership is by invitation only and based upon personal and professional accomplishments.

Since 2016, Mark leads AIHA’s government and public relations activities, spearheading strategic planning and direct lobbying on behalf of worker health and safety, and workforce development. His work has appeared in or been referenced by national publications, such as USA Today, NBC News and CBS News, as well as trade publications.

We express our sincere congratulations to Mark on these significant achievements.

About GRAPAC

The Government Relations and Advocacy Professionals Advisory Council (GRAPAC) promotes excellence in association government relations and advocacy by helping to develop innovative programming and engaging content that improves the effectiveness of association government relations professionals and associations’ activities. The GRAPAC is comprised of four subcommittees that focus on content development, educational programming and events, state and community outreach, and models and samples development that informs and engages their peers on various issues pertaining to government relations and advocacy.

About the George Washington University School of Business Transformative Leadership in Disruptive Times Certificate Program.

The Transformative Leadership in Disruptive Times Certificate Program at the George Washington University School of Business helps professionals innovate through digital transformation by identifying the value in emerging technologies, business models, and resources at their organization.