May 15, 2019
ATLANTA, GA – May 15, 2019 – MemberSuite, a leader in providing cloud-based association management software to member-based organizations, today announced the appointment of Brad Layman as vice president of sales. Layman brings to MemberSuite more than 20 years of experience driving global sales revenue and propelling company growth in technology verticals.
“Brad brings a tremendous amount of industry experience to MemberSuite,” said Natalie Cheney, CEO, MemberSuite.
“His experience positioning technology solutions to member-based organizations coupled with his ability to build and manage strong partner relationships are assets that we’re excited to bring on board. His strategic approach will be pivotal to our success and continued expansion in a competitive marketplace.”
Layman, responsible for developing and leading operations to drive MemberSuite’s sales objectives, previously served as vice president of sales and managing director for Avectra, an association management organization. Additionally, he has held executive sales positions for publicly and privately held telecom and SaaS companies where he gained extensive experience optimizing sales organization structures, rolling out learning and development initiatives and executing successful go-to-market strategies.
“The AMS is a mission-critical technology investment for associations and nonprofits,” said Layman.
“My focus is to provide these organizations with leading solutions that not only improve staff efficiencies, but also engage members and elevate their experience. I’m thrilled to propel MemberSuite’s business objectives by helping member-based organizations leverage the right technology to meet their unique goals.”
MemberSuite is the premier software and services provider of cloud-based association management software and business intelligence solutions for associations and nonprofits of all sizes. Backed by its No Surprises Guarantee, MemberSuite provides enterprise-class association management software that empowers member-based organizations to engage their membership, focus on their mission and serve the needs of their constituents.