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ASU Alumni Association named No. 1 largest networking association in Phoenix for 8th year


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June 09, 2021

For the eighth consecutive year, the Phoenix Business Journal has ranked the ASU Alumni Association as the No. 1 largest Phoenix-area networking association. The ASU Alumni Association supports 544,000 alumni across the globe with more than 270,000 Sun Devils living and working in Maricopa County.

The ASU Alumni Association cultivates a lifelong connection to the university and keeps Sun Devils engaged and connected to their alma mater through events, programs and chapter network. The alumni volunteer-led chapter network consists of over 150 geographic, special interest, academic affiliates and international alumni chapters, clubs and connections that provide meaningful personal and professional experiences.

“We are honored to be named the No. 1 largest networking association for the eighth year in a row,” said Christine K. Wilkinson, president and CEO of the ASU Alumni Association. “Over this past year, we’ve engaged with alumni from Arizona and around the world by transitioning our events to virtual platforms. This unique situation provided alumni more opportunities to connect with the university and their Alumni Association as well as more networking opportunities with fellow Sun Devils, no matter where they live.”

The Phoenix Business Journal released the ranked list of networking associations in its June 4, 2021, edition of the publication, which highlights the total number of members, annual dues, number of events held in 2020 and the top local executive membership for each networking association.

There are many ways to become involved in the ASU Alumni Association. Get more information on programs, virtual and in-person events and networking opportunities.

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