Pittsburgh Society of 
Association Executives

December - Holiday Event

  • December 06, 2013
  • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel 107 6th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222


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Giving Back:  How You and Your Association Can Get Involved with the Community

Please join us at this year's PSAE holiday program which will feature a special presentation on "Giving Back" by Tom Baker, Chief Community Affairs Officers for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh. Having just won a seat on County Council for District 1 in our area, Tom's presentation will contain strategies, stories, and concepts that empower association professionals, community leaders and lifelong learners to improve their professional and civic lives, join and lead groups and start making more of an impact both within and outside of work. Tom will discuss how associations and companies can get more involved with community organizations. Tom's motivational presentation will help participants determine how they can make a difference in positively impacting their communities, companies and organizations.

Tom Baker is the Chief Community Affairs Officer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh. He is the President of Baker Leadership and the author of three books: "Get Involved! Making the Most of Your 20s and 30s" (released 2008) "Give Our Passion" (released 2010), and "Empowered in Pittsburgh" (released 2012). Tom is the Founder and Chief Program Officer of Get Involved!, Inc., a 501c3 public charity non-profit organization that educates and empowers young leaders. Since February 2008, Tom has spoken with over 30,000 students, young professionals, and community leaders at 250 colleges, corporations, professional associations, and civic groups. He has been featured on Fox News Live and the John Stossel Show. Tom currently serves on the North Hills School Board and recently won the election for County Council in District 1 which includes Ross, West Deer, Findlay, Moon and North Fayette.  Tom lives in Ross Township with his wife Erin.  He met her when they both were undergraduates at Millersville State University where he earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education and was elected the student body president. He later earned a master's degree in student affairs in higher education administration at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.


Donations of board games/card games/etc. will be accepted at the program to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters.

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