The Chapter has developed affiliation agreements with a number of other professional membership organizations related to the training and development fields and of interest to our members.
One of the benefits of these affiliations is to allow ASTD members to attend programs sponsored by the following organizations at
their member rates. Affiliated organizations also share information about each other's programs and events.
For a list of an affiliate's events, click on their web site below.
(Portland Chapter, Association
for Psychological Type)
Local Contact: Pam Rechel, email@example.com
Chapter is intended
for anyone interested in learning more about
psychological type for either professional or personal
applications. Objectives include promoting the sharing, understanding, and responsible use of psychological type
through research, meetings and education.
(American Society of Quality - Portland Chapter)
Local Contact: John Rudnick, firstname.lastname@example.org
ASQ has been the leading quality improvement
organization in the United State for total quality
management, failure analysis and zero defects. The
mission of the Portland Section is to serve the
quality needs of the Portland metro area.
(National Speakers Association - Oregon Chapter)
Local Contact: Gail Hand, email@example.com
The Oregon Chapter of the National Speakers
Association is the state chapter of the premier
association for experts who speak professionally.
NSA-Oregon members include experts in a variety of
industries and disciplines who provide resources and
education for a wide range of audiences.
(NW Coaches Association)
Contact: Ronnie Noize, 360-882-1298, firstname.lastname@example.org
NWCA is a non-profit, professional membership
organization dedicated to promoting the coaching
profession and supporting the professional development
needs of its members.
Affirmative Action Association
Contact: Jeanne Vodka, 503-266-5035, email@example.com
This association is a non-profit, professional
membership organization dedicated to providing
information and education on Equal Opportunity
Employment and Diversity and serves the Portland metro
(Organization Development Network - Oregon Chapter)
Contact: Ray Redburn, firstname.lastname@example.org
ODN is a non-profit, professional membership
organization whose primary purpose is to cultivate
community, offer educational opportunities and provide
a forum for the development and exchange of ideas for
Oregon organization development practitioners.
(Oregon Mediation Association)
Local Contact: Cynthia Moore, 872-9775, email@example.com
OMA is a non-profit association that has the dual
purpose of providing guidance to Oregon mediators and
education to the public about appropriate mediation
(Portland Human Resource Management Association)
Local Contact: John Deller, 971-321-6592, firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Portland Human Resource
Management Association chapter is to further the
development of human resource professionals as
(Society for Technical Communication - Willamette
Contact: Joanne Wakeland, email@example.com
STC is the largest professional society in the
world dedicated to the advancement of the theory and
practice of technical communication.
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