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The Gardian Blog serves as a rich content library illuminating issues of importance to the association community, particularly as they relate to professional development and networking. Popular topics include faciliation methods; diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); meeting/event design; meeting/event management; and meeting/event systems technology. Our blog has been featured in Alltop and Association Universe. Weekly posts are written by Event Garde's team of experts, with additional posts each month from professional guest bloggers in the association management industry and nonprofit sector.


We soak up the latest research and trends on learning then incorporate those methods and practices into the resources we share and the meetings we manage.


We create intentional networking environments for clients and learners while also belonging to networks and organizations that result in our own growth and development.


We believe that professional development adds value only if it is transferred through meaningful rehearsal and retrieval exercises and then applied on the job.


"Aaron Wolowiec worked in the association sector and saw the need for more advanced knowledge regarding adult learning. Since associations provide more adult education than any other segment, it is essential that associations have processes, perspectives and programs in place that encourage the best in adult learning practices. He has championed this for the past decade. The best part is that Aaron has worked with peers in the industry to make changes. He has been very involved with MSAE, ASAE and a number of other state and local societies throughout this time.

"Aaron is a DELP scholar, active on both ASAE and MSAE committees, a leader in creating the EduTours for the ASAE Annual Meeting held in Detroit, and is involved in teaching CMPs to earn their designation. This last effort is the one that is the most dramatic in directly changing the meeting professionals from thinking about room design to thinking about strategic educational design. There is no doubt about it Aaron Wolowiec is a generous visionary leader."

- Cheryl Ronk ,  Michigan Society of Association Executives