Brian Krupski is the newest staff member of the Arizona Technology Council, taking on the role of director of membership services.
The position is similar to one he held earlier at the Tempe Chamber of Commerce, where he was responsible for membership development. Krupski is no stranger to the Council. “At the Tempe Chamber, I grew into a big fan of the Tech Council and always encouraged my tech members to also join their trade association,” he says.
Now that he has an inside look at how the Council operates, “It’s great to learn how the Council continually adapts and stays on top, meeting the expectations of its members in addition to being a successful statewide membership-driven organization.”
Krupski already is developing his game plan. “My goal is to make sure there’s no excuse that a company wouldn’t want to renew its membership after each 12-month cycle,” he says. “A positive retention rate will result in carrying out my primary duty of growing the membership.”
He also will continue his work for Scottsdale-based LUNA Malvada Tequila by serving on its Board of Advisors. Past positions include assistant director of marketing and membership at the Council of Educational Facility Planners International in Phoenix, and project manager for strategic planning and legislative affairs at the Arizona Governor’s Office and the Arizona-Mexico Commission.
Krupski will work alongside Deborah Zack, who is the Council’s senior director of membership services.
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