A local chapter is an extension of the DAA and now it's right in your home town. Think of it as an educational branch office of the association.
Because chapters are actually part of DAA - not separate organizations â€“ local organizers can avoid the hassle of incorporating, getting an IRS determination as non-profit, filing taxes (even if a non-profit does not pay taxes it still has to file a return) and other government reports.
Being involved in a local DAA Chapter is a perfect way for members to enhance their career by:
- Developing skills you can use in your professional life
- Becoming more involved in the local community
- Networking with other digital measurement professionals
- Furthering your own career while helping others to the same, and
- Encouraging knowledge-sharing through educational programs
Below is a listing of the current Chapters available to DAA members. If you are interested in starting a local Chapter please contact Mike Levin, Executive Director to receive a copy of the Chapter in a Box.
Chapter Leaders: Merritt Aho, Dell; John Stansbury, Whaleshark Media
Chapter Leaders: Jonathan Corbin, Adobe; Scott MacMillan, Fidelity Investments; Todd Belcher, TBDAC
Chapter Leaders: Claudia Smalley, Arc Worldwide; Kristin Schwallie, Tribune Company; Tiffany Zimmermann, MillerCoors
Chapter Leaders: Rebecca Visconti, PFSweb; Ernie Cote, Vertical Nerve; Kevin Jemison, Hilton Worldwide
Chapter Leaders: Amy Sample, PBS; Ann Poritzky, NIH; Brendan Curley, ForeSee
Chapter Leaders: Tim Ashby, Critical Mass; Eric Feinberg, ForeSee; Angela Tsai, Viacom
New York City
Chapter Leaders: Scott McDonald, Modus Associates; Ana Milicevic, SAS
Ontario – South Central Area
Chapter Leaders: Sharon Flynn, Astral Media; June Li, ClickInsight; Jen Evans, SqueezeCMM
Chapter Leaders: Christopher Johannessen, TPG; Daniel Laws, Dabrian Marketing; Aaron Maass, MaassMedia
Chapter Leaders: Feras Alhlou, e-Nor; Charles Davis, Blast Advanced Media; Krista Seiden, Google
Chapter Leaders: Olga Spaic, Metia; Aaron Fossum, Pentad Analytics; Allison Hartsoe, Cardinal Path