Organizations & Affiliations


National Association of Broadcasters

The National Association of Broadcasters is a trade association that advocates on behalf of more than 8,300 free, local radio and television stations and also broadcast networks.

Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) is the leading technical society for the motion imaging industry.


IBC is the leading international forum for the electronic media industry. It combines a highly respected and peer reviewed conference with an exhibition featuring more than 1400 exhibitors demonstrating the state of the art in media technology.

Corporate / Commercial

Dallas Real Estate Council

The Real Estate Council (TREC) provides a venue for networking with industry peers and connecting in business. To serve your community and your profession, TREC offers more than twenty standing committees from which to choose in three mission critical areas: (1) membership; (2) good works; and (3) public affairs.


Society for College and University Planning

The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) established in 1965, is a collegial community dedicated to sharing, learning, and teaching best practices in planning for colleges and universities. SCUP takes a holistic view of planning. As its name implies, it embraces the full spectrum of planning functions at a postsecondary institution, including but not limited to: academic, campus or master facilities, budgeting and financial resources, infrastructure, and strategic.

National Association of College and University Business Officers

National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) serves a membership of more than 2,500 colleges, universities, and higher education service providers across the country. NACUBO represents chief administrative and financial officers through a collaboration of knowledge and professional development, advocacy, and community. Their vision is to define excellence in higher education business and financial management. The organization now represents more than two-thirds of the higher education institutions in the United States.

APPA (Association of Physical Plant Administrators)

APPA seeks to create a positive impact on these important levels: 1) transforms individual facilities professionals into higher performing managers and leaders; 2) transform member institutions into more inviting and supportive learning environments; and 3) Elevates the recognition and value of educational facilities and their direct impact on the recruitment and retention of students, faculty and staff. APPA promotes excellence in all phases of educational facilities management, including administration, planning, design, construction, energy/utilities, maintenance, and operations. Membership is open to all educational facilities professionals, including those from public and private, two-year and four-year colleges and universities; medical and law schools; seminaries; public and private K12 schools and districts; museums and parks; military installations; federal, state and city-county governments, and business partners that serve educational facilities.


Oklahoma Hospital Association

The Oklahoma Hospital Association works to promote the welfare of the public by leading and assisting its members in the provision of better health care and services for Oklahoma.

Texas Hospital Association

Texas Hospital Association represents member hospitals and health systems and their interests in both the legislative and regulatory issues.

Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals

TORCH is committed to providing assistance to general acute care hospitals of 150 beds and less by addressing the issues unique to rural and community hospitals.

American Society of Healthcare Engineers

ASHE works to optimize the physical environment of healthcare facilities and to engage all parties involved in the creation of the optimum healing healthcare environment.

The Joint Commission

The Joint Commission improves the safety and quality of healthcare that is given to the public through the provision of health care accreditation that supports performance improvement.

Academy of Architecture for Health

The AIA Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) works to improve the quality of healthcare through design. They strive to educate healthcare architects by advancing the practice of healthcare architecture in effort to expand the design excellence of healthcare environments.

Modern Healthcare

Modern Healthcare is the leading platform for healthcare business news. It is consistently ranked as the most reliable source among healthcare executives and deemed a “must-read publication” for leaders in the healthcare industry.

Health Facilities Management

Health Facilities Management is a publication of the American Hospital Association. It provides comprehensive coverage of the unique challenges facing healthcare facility planning, design and construction through operations.

Medical Construction & Design

Medical Construction & Design magazine is a source for current health care industry news, technology, and methods. MCD is a resource for all businesses involved in the healthcare construction and design process. It serves as a resource for the healthcare design and construction industry.

Justice & Government

American Correctional Association

The American Correctional Association (ACA) has championed the cause of corrections and correctional effectiveness for more than 125 years. Founded in 1870 as the National Prison Association, ACA is the oldest association developed specifically for practitioners in the correctional profession. During the first organizational meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio, the assembly elected then-Ohio Governor and future President Rutherford B. Hayes as the first

American Jail Association

The American Jail Association (AJA) is a national, nonprofit organization that exists to support those who work in and operate our nation’s jails and is the only national association that focuses exclusively on issues specific to the operations of local correctional facilities. The driving force behind the growth of the Association is its members. Their willingness to contribute articles to the Association’s award-winning magazine American Jails and to participate in training programs at their Annual Training Conference is unparalleled. AJA has taken a leadership role in developing the type of programs that promote the professional growth of the dedicated men and women who operate our nation’s jails.

General Services Administration (GSA)

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) leverages the buying power of the federal government to acquire best value for taxpayers and our federal customers by exercising responsible asset management. Lead federal agencies in the economical and efficient management of federal assets by spearheading effective policy development and by the exemplary management of the buildings/workplaces, motor vehicles, and personal property provided by GSA.

Building Security Council (ASCE)

The mission of the Building Security Council administers and maintains rating systems that enable building owners and operators to evaluate and improve the security of their facilities. The vision of the Building Security Council is to enhance public safety by promoting building security goals of the Building Security Council that include: Increase awareness and acceptance of design and operation criteria for building security; Encourage innovation in building security; Establish and maintain viable building security rating system; Advocate security education by promoting certification of individuals; and Sustain the building security council through sound business practices.

Mission Critical

7×24 Exchange

7×24 Exchange works to improve end-to-end reliability by promoting dialogue between those who design, build, use and maintain mission critical infrastructures.

Senior Living


LeadingAge formally (AAHSA) is a national not-for-profit organization of over 5,700 members whose mission is to promote healthy, affordable, and ethical aging services for America. They provide education, leadership, and advocacy to promote the advancement of aging technologies and services.

American Seniors Housing Association

Formed in 1991, ASHA is committed to research, education, advocacy, and leadership in market-driven senior housing.

LeadingAge Oklahoma

A state affiliate of LeadingAge Oklahoma formally (AAHSA, OKAHSA) provides a network for leaders in the statewide not-for-profit senior living industry. OKAHSA is currently comprised of over 100 member communities.

Texas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging

TAHSA promotes excellence in mission-driven elder care and positive public policy initiatives for the senior services industry. TAHSA provides networking opportunities, information, leadership and advocacy for member communities and representatives.

Assisted Living Federation of America

ALFA is the largest national association exclusively dedicated to professionally operated assisted living communities for seniors. ALFA has 500+ member companies serving more than 200,000 seniors.