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AAWC Announces Appointment of New Director of Education
Molly Marsh to lead Education Programs

February 14, 2019 -- The Association for the Advancement of Wound Care announces the appointment of Molly Marsh as the organization’s Director of Education. Marsh began her post on February 1, 2019.

“I am delighted to welcome Molly to this important position,” said Victoria Elliott, Chief Executive Officer, the AAWC. “Our membership has highlighted education as one of the three important pillars of AAWC’s future and Molly is uniquely qualified to lead this charge.”

Marsh brings more than eleven years of experience in education, conferences, and program development in association management. Since 2015, she has been director of education and engagement design at AMR Management Services where she has brought innovative new approaches to conference education through design principles, adult learning, new technologies, and engagement strategies. She holds a BA in drama and religion from Transylvania University.

In her position with AAWC, Marsh will provide oversight and coordination to AAWC education initiatives including regional summits, invited education tracks, and the monthly journal club, among other programs. She will lead oversight of content strategy, management of the conference planning committees, and provide support for educational approaches, speaker selection and development, and shaping of conference design. She will coordinate CE, CME, and CNE requirements and compliance, support volunteer leaders, speakers, moderators and facilitators, and conduct post-conference evaluation analysis.

“Joining AAWC in this position brings together my experience and my passion to advance education in healthcare,” said Marsh. “I share AAWC’s deep commitment to assuring its membership have access to best in class practices. I look forward to working with both membership and leadership to offer strong programs to advance wound care.”

As one of Connect Association’s Top 40 Under 40, Marsh emerged as a thought leader in association management and professional education, offering presentations and facilitating sessions on a global platform. Accustomed to developing blogs and case studies, she has developed a reputation in human-centered design and a data-based approach to decision making to help associations support members, use resources effectively and deliver on their missions.

AAWC is the preeminent, global multidisciplinary organization dedicated to the research and clinical application of evidence based wound care. As a not for profit association, AAWC strives to build a collaborative wound care community for optimal care of those who suffer or are at risk for wounds.