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Learn what has enabled our company to not just survive, but in many ways thrive, in difficult times.
The last eleven months have been a challenge for leaders of every organization. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations to rethink assumptions, operate in difficult financial circumstances, and maintain morale in ways that few could have foreseen. Put simply, if the year had a catchphrase “unprecedented situation” gets the nod.
As with any situation of difficulty, it brings with it opportunities to learn. In the last nine months, Virtual, Inc.’s CEO, Andy Freed, feels like he’s been to “COVID-19 Business School”.
Join us for a full campus tour of the COVID-19 Business School and to learn what has enabled our company to not just survive, but in many ways thrive, in difficult times.
As Virtual’s CEO, Andy oversees the company’s client teams, along with the organization’s overall service quality and management practices. He has more than 20 years of experience working with associations, non-profits, and political organizations, and he has managed a wide range of entities, from small startups to multi-million-dollar organizations with members spread throughout the globe. With Virtual for the past 18 years, Andy previously served as Vice President and CIO of the Massachusetts Hospital Association and currently serves on the organization’s board, as well as the Board of Overseers of Wellforce Healthcare. He is a graduate of Harvard University, and he received his master’s degree in public policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.Back to Knowledge Hub