Pennsylvania Builders Association named Daniel Durden its new CEO, succeeding Jennifer Casey, who announced her resignation in August. Durden is the former chief legal officer for the National Association of Home Builders, in which he served for 17 years. He earned a law degree and an undergraduate degree in English.
Matt Teagarden is the new CEO of the Kansas Livestock Association. He succeeds Dee Likes, who will become CEO emeritus, effective Jan. 1. A longtime KLA staff member, Teagarden was for 13 years the association’s industry relations and information technology director. He is the lead staff person on federal government relations. He earned a degree in agricultural economics.
Bill Hampel to chief policy officer, Credit Union National Association. He will continue as the association’s chief economist. He has been with CUNA for 30 years.
Curtis LeGeyt to the newly created position of public policy SVP, National Association of Broadcasters. He has been on the NAB government relations team since 2011. He previously was senior counsel to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy and a member of the 2008 Obama For America legal team.
Lindsay Hutter to communications SVP, Direct Marketing Association, D.C. office, from EVP, Change+Internal Communications for Hill+Knowlton.
Aaron Clark to corporate services VP, International Facility Management Association, from CFO, Si Environmental.
Ray Luca to expositions director, PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, from NaylorCMG.