Ron Karr Elected Vice President of National Speakers Association
Published on August 31, 2011
Contact: Ron Karr Associates, Inc. For Immediate Release
Phone: (201) 666-7599
The National Speakers Association Elects Ron Karr, CSP, 2011-12 Vice President
(TEMPE, Ariz. – Aug. 2, 2011) – The National Speakers Association (NSA), the leading organization for professional speakers, during its 2011 NSA Convention in Anaheim, Calif., elected Ron Karr, CSP, of Westwood, N.J., as its vice president. Karr will be the 2013-14 president of NSA.
“Being elected vice president of NSA is indeed an honor,” says Karr. “NSA is a professional association where motivators, experts and many diverse world-renowned thought leaders come together to share their best practices and how to build their businesses. My goal is to make sure NSA continuously enhances its value to ensure our members stay on the cutting edge of their profession.” President of the business consulting firm Karr Associates, Inc., Karr brings more than 20 years of success speaking to hundreds of organizations worldwide, including Hewlett Packard, Morgan Stanley, Met Life, Sprint, Marriott Hotels, UPS, Hertz, Agfa and Cognis Chemical, among others. He is acclaimed by business leaders as “America’s Business Transformation Expert.”
Karr is a past president of NSA’s New York Tri-State Chapter. In 1995, the New York Tri-State Chapter presented him with the prestigious Golden Mike Award in recognition of his service and professional achievement. He has earned the designation of Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), the highest earned designation within NSA.
About The National Speakers Association:
The National Speakers Association (NSA) is the leading organization for professional
speakers. NSA’s thousands of members include experts in a variety of industries and
disciplines who reach audiences as trainers, educators, humorists, motivators,
consultants, authors and more. Since 1973, NSA has provided resources and education
designed to advance the skills, integrity and value of its members and the speaking
profession. Visit NSA’s Web site at www.nsaspeaker.org.