ASA offers sector-specific communities, called membership sections, to represent all sectors of the staffing industry and to promote peer networking and collaboration. These sections support the broad sectors of the industry: heath care; industrial; office–administrative; professional; search and placement; and technical, IT, and scientific.
It’s free for ASA members to join one or more sections.
To join a section, visit americanstaffing.net. Membership sections are sponsored by ASA corporate partner RCS Services, a pioneer in risk management strategies specific to the staffing industry’s unique challenges.
Each section is led by a policy council, composed of ASA member volunteers, that advises the ASA board of directors on sector-specific issues, coordinates section activities, and designs programs and services to meet each sector’s unique business challenges.
Congratulations to the newly appointed policy council chairmen and vice chairmen.
Chairman: Marc Bowles, chief operating office, The Delta Companies, Dallas. Vice Chairman: Cynthia Kinnas, president, National Healthcare Division, Clinical One, soon to be Randstad Healthcare, Austin, TX
Chairman: Harvey Homsey, vice president of franchise systems, Express Employment Professionals, Oklahoma City. Vice Chairman: Nick Stallard, CSP, chief financial officer, The Reserves Network Inc., Fairview Park, OH
Chairman: Karenjo Goodwin, chief executive officer, Exact Staff Inc., Woodland Hills, CA. Vice Chairman: Steve DeVoe, CSP, vice president, Tiger Personnel Services Inc., Silver Spring, MD
Chairman: John Thomas, CSP, CTS, regional developer, Nextaff, Overland Park, KS
Search and Placement
Chairman: Jeff Hindman, CPC, CAC, president and chief executive officer, The Hindman Group Inc., Chesterfield, MO
Technical, IT, and Scientific
Chairman: Dane Reese, CSP, president, Stark, Austin, TX. Vice Chairman: Dan Muhlfelder, president and chief executive officer, LJ Gonzer Associates, Cranford, NJ
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