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Profile: Kraig Naasz, National Mining Association

Leading organizations that have seen their share of crises has been a
stand-out theme of Kraig Naasz’s career. Five months after becoming CEO of the
National Mining Association, the Sago Mine accident in January 2006
would define his career as the spokesperson of an industry in tumult. Naasz recently spoke to CEO Update about his career trajectory and the tests of leadership in hard

Certified Professionals

Obtaining a certification can show professional commitment to managing an association. But does it guarantee a move up the career ladder?

Property Casualty Insurance Association CEO Resigns

September 19, 2006

Insurance industry veteran Ernie Csiszar has resigned as president and CEO of the Property Casualty Insurance Association of America, effective Sept. 30, 2006.

Csiszar came to PCI in Aug. 2004 from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, where he was president.  Additionally, Csiszar served as South Carolina Director of Insurance from 1999 to 2004.  Earlier in his career, he was president and CEO of Seibels Bruce Grup, Inc and a visiting professor at the School of Business at the University of South Carolina.

Recruiter Q&A: Pamela Kaul

In her nearly 20 years as president and founder of the recruitment and
leadership development firm Association Strategies, Inc., Pamela Kaul
has conducted executive searches for organizations, including the
American Institute of Architects and the National Council of Chain
Restaurants. Kaul shares her insights on what associations are looking
for in new executives and what makes certain candidates stand out.


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