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Who We Are

We are an organization of corporate secretaries and governance professionals from all over the country.

Our Purpose. 
Serve our members by providing practitioners with the knowledge, skills and tools to promote effective governance for the benefit of boards, management and shareholders.

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Our Members. 
Membership is a bond. Meet our newest Society Members.


What We Do

Professional Development

Our educational programs are best in class, taught by practitioners for practioners. Register now for the 2016 National Conference - June 22-25 at The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, CO.


The Latest

Webinar: The Role of the Corporate Secretary in Engagement

Join us on April 27 for a webinar focusing on the results of the recent Society/Rivel survey examining the role of the Corporate Secretary in engagement. In the survey 63% of the respondents acknowledged they pay a major or important role in interacting with investment professionals and 76% noted they have substantial influence on governance-related disclosure materials.  

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What does it mean to be a member of the Society?

  • Access to governance resources and thought leadership
  • Learning practical skills and professional development
  • Opportunities to collaborate and engage
  • Advocacy on critical governance issues


Upcoming Events

Northern California Chapter: The Dave and Marty Show Comes to San Francisco
When: Wednesday, may 4
Where: ​San Francisco, CA


North Carolina Sub-Chapter: Securities Law Update & Corporate Governance Back to Basics
When: thursday, May 5 & Thursday, May 12
Where: Charlotte & Raleigh


Dallas Chapter: Mock Proxy Battle
WHEN: wednesday, May 18
WHERE: dallas, tx


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The Society thanks Jordan Lawrence for sponsoring the webinar, CyberSecurity - What Directors (and Corporate Secretaries) Need to Know . Be sure to read this Jordan Lawrence article titled Mitigating Vendor & Human Risks in Privacy and Cybersecurity.