Washington, DC (August 22, 2016) – Kellen, a global leader in association management services and communications, has announced the promotion of Reed Hitchcock to Group Vice President. As a member of the company’s senior management team, Hitchcock will play a key role in Kellen’s continued growth and success.
Hitchcock, who is based in Kellen’s Washington, DC office, is an association management professional with over 25 years of experience and serves as senior staff executive for Kellen clients in the building products, transportation, and hospitality industries. Joining Kellen in 2003, he has also served as a strategic advisor and provided executive oversight for associations involved in market trading, risk management, air forwarding, building design and construction.
“It’s an honor to have been a part of Kellen’s growth over the past 13 years, and I am excited for the challenges and responsibilities that come with my new role,” said Reed Hitchcock.
“Reed’s long history of consistent leadership, expertise and commitment has enabled him to be a terrific asset to our operations,” said Peter Rush, chief executive officer of Kellen. “His contributions are essential to continuing to build a successful organization moving forward.”
Prior to joining Kellen, Hitchcock served as the managing director for administration at the Federal Bar Association (FBA). He also previously served as assistant to the president for Alvensa Corporation. Hitchcock holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Central Connecticut State University.
Kellen is a global management and communications company serving more than 100 trade associations, professional societies and charitable organizations representing over 10,000 companies and 100,000 professionals worldwide. We specialize in management, communications, digital strategy, regulatory affairs, meetings and events, and consulting across a diverse range of industries. Founded in 1964 and charter-accredited through the AMC Institute, Kellen has offices in Atlanta, Beijing, Brussels, Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, New York City and Washington, D.C.