ATAEAutomotive Trade Association Executives (est. 1915)
ATAEAviation Academy Training Aircraft Engineers for the Aviation Industry (est. 1998; Australia)
ATAEAviation Training for Aviation Engineers
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provides speedy services, it also offers greater reliability with the ATAE
309, for what Augustine means by "sacrament" in marriage; Cutrone, "Sacraments (Sacrament as a Sacred Sign)," ATAE 741-42; and Owen M.
His peers recognized the leadership skills he demonstrated at ACPA, and he quickly rose to the top of the ATAE volunteer ladder.
He welcomed professional society leaders into ATAE, to work side by side with trade association executives to enhance the profession.
1956: ATAE becomes the American Society of Association Executives, by a member vote of 613-54, to include professional and technical society executives as members.
ATAE's decision in 1949 to build on its eight-page monthly newsletter and add the more expansive ATAE Journal heralded a confidence in the development of the profession.
ATAE leadership announced efforts to develop association management courses at colleges and predicted that ATAE's government relations committee would become one of its most important.
In 1956, the membership voted to change the organization's name from ATAE to ASAE, with professional and technical society executives having the stone rights and privileges as trade association members.
A full-time stenographer-bookkeeper is acquired to assist the ATAE president.
With unemployment being the greatest challenge to the economy, ATAE offers help to the U.
Mirror Manufacturers Association Executive Secretary Minita Westcott becomes the first woman elected president of ATAE.
The ATAE Cluster solution was successfully deployed on a UK leading operator's network in August 2012.