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Ronk joins Burcham Hills board of trustees

Tuesday, November 18, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Michelle Rahl
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For Immediate Release                                   Contact: Pam Ditri, Executive Director

November 18, 2014                                           517-827-1042                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Ronk joins Burcham Hills board of trustees

                

Cheryl Ronk, president of the Michigan Society of Association Executives (MSAE), has been appointed to the Burcham Hills Retirement Community board of trustees.

Ronk has been the president of MSAE since 1988 and has been recognized as a national leader in association management certification training.  Previously, as the director of communications and education for the Michigan Road Builders Association, she created successful public relations campaigns for 1982 and 1987 transportation legislation.

Ronk became a Certified Association Executive in 1995 and a Certified Meeting Professional in 2003.  She earned a bachelor’s degree at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisc. and a master’s degree in educational leadership at Western Michigan University.

Ronk is co-chairing the American Society of Association Executives 2015 Annual Meeting Planning Committee to be held in Detroit next August.  She hosts Association Impact, a radio show about associations and the players in the industry.  She is the former finance advisor for Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority at MSU and previously served on the Irwin Union Bank board, the ASAE board of directors, the US Chamber of Commerce Institute board of directors and she was president of Zonta International Lansing Club.

Burcham Hills is a continuum of care retirement community providing quality retirement living in its Resident Center and short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing care in its Center for Health & Rehabilitation.  A not-for-profit community, Burcham Hills was founded in 1974 and offers the most flexible range of senior housing options on a 46-acre campus in East Lansing.

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