Michael T. LoBue, CAE

LoBue-110x150Michael T. LoBue, CAE, has served as executive director and board member to various non-profit organizations since 1980. LoBue entered into the association management business in 1993 to provide associations in the computing industry with a highly experienced professional alternative to existing management options.

As an independent marketing consultant from ’90 to ’93, LoBue developed marketing strategies for workflow products, professional technology services, and high-performance desktop communications products. As a marketing manager at Sun Microsystems, he developed and implemented marketing strategies for the higher education market.

At Carnegie Mellon University, LoBue was an assistant vice president and a member of the management team that brought together the University’s computing, library, information, and communications services.

LoBue has an M.S. in Management & Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University and an A.B. from the University of California at Berkeley.

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By the Numbers

$1 Billion

The total operating budgets for those associations managed by AMC Institute member firms.*

*AMC Institute

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2.8 million people

The number of members in associations under management by AMCs.*

*AMC Institute

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3,500

The total number of individuals employed by AMCs that are member firms of the AMC Institute.*

*AMC Institute

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10 years

The length of time L&M has been a Charter Accredited AMC – making it the only remaining Charter Accredited firm west of the Rockies.*

*AMC Institute

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19 out of 20

The number of industry segments that AMC-managed organizations have in common with organizations managed by employed staff.*

*Client Operating and Financial Benchmarking Survey Report 2011; © 2011 AMC Institute, pg. 21

By the Numbers

1,700

The number of associations managed by AMCs that are member firms of the AMC Institute.*

*AMC Institute

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32%

On average, the premium standalone organizations pay to directly employ staff and shoulder the full costs of occupancy and capital expenses vs. the AMC alternative.*

*Client Operating and Financial Benchmarking Survey Report 2011; © 2011 AMC Institute, pg. 23

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32%

The rate over which the AMC-managed model outperformed the standalone model during the Great Recession (2008 – 2010) in terms of operating surpluses.*

*AMCs Managed Client Bottom Lines Through Recession; © 2012 L&M, page 2 (derived from data reported)