Stacy Tetschner, CAE, FASAE, has tendered his resignation as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Speakers Association (NSA).

Stacy has been part of NSA for the past 25+ years and has served as a staff member, Executive Vice President, Board Member, and CEO. He is also the longest-tenured CEO of our Association since its inception. Throughout each of these roles, Stacy has been a mentor, friend, colleague, and trusted advisor to many of us. During Stacy’s time with us, he has helped NSA accomplish many high points, has pushed us forward as a profession and an Association, and has assisted us as we have weathered some of the toughest challenges the speaking profession and the economy have faced.

Stacy’s last day in the office will be May 26, 2017, and his last official day working for NSA will be June 2, 2017. He has accepted a position with an association in Alexandria, Virginia, and will be moving to the DC area.

NSA CEO Search Committee will be appointed to identify and lead the process as NSA hires its next CEO. As the current President, I will oversee the appointment and instructions to the Committee. More information will be forthcoming and we will keep you posted as the process unfolds.

If you have any questions, please contact National Speakers Association President 2016-2017, John B. Molidor, Ph.D., CSP by email at molidor@msu.edu.