Join us at the 2021 MSAE Conference, November 8th - 10th!

Magical experiences await members when they return to Natchez in November for MSAE's Annual Conference! The event will be held at the Natchez Convention Center and a host of charming local venues. Hear from a variety of fantastic keynote speakers, including magician Joe Turner and the NFL's first female official Sarah Thomas. Experience the historic district and the magic of a horse-drawn carriage, then take a short walk to downtown Natchez to explore art galleries, shopping, and great eats! Check out the full agenda HERE for more magical details on all that's included at this year's MSAE Conference. 


Associations Advancing Mississippi

The primary purpose of MSAE is to provide educational opportunities for its members. However, MSAE also provides an excellent avenue for the exchange of ideas and information. Furthermore, MSAE provides its members with resources they need to enhance performance and ensure continued professional growth in associational activities. Executive members represent the business, government and professional interests of more than 100,000 Mississippians who belong to and participate in many different trade and professional associations.

The Mississippi Society is affiliated with the American Society of Association Executives located in Washington, DC. With more than 23,500 members worldwide, ASAE is the world's leading management education organization for association executives who manage trade and professional associations and societies and other not-for-profit membership organizations.

MSAE Statement on COVID-19

The news surrounding the global outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus is concerning to everyone. MSAE is paying close attention to what is being recommended by the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We advise everyone to do the same for information relevant to our professional and personal routines.

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