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Jon Hockman, CPF, FASAE

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Jon Hockman, CPF, FASAE

Motivated by organizations’ missions and driven by results, Jon Hockman brings more than two decades of consulting experience with hundreds of associations in the U.S. and abroad to McKinley Advisors. His personal mission is to help leaders of organizations make the best decisions regarding their strategy, people and performance challenges.

A specialist in facilitating communication, Jon has aided clients in areas including strategic planning, team/group efficacy, change management, organizational culture/climate and leadership development.

Prior to joining McKinley, Jon founded the d3 Group, a successful consultancy focused on strengthening associations. He also served as a partner of KRW International, the CEO of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity and was a major gifts fundraiser for both the American University and the Children’s Defense Fund.

Jon is a Fellow of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), an honor that is bestowed upon fewer than 1% of association professionals. He also holds the Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) credential from the International Association of Facilitators. A believer in giving back to the community, Jon has served on the boards of the International Coach Federation DC Chapter and the Mid-Atlantic Facilitator’s Network.

Jon holds an undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University. When he’s not immersed working within groups of people, Jon can be found going for runs along the banks of the Potomac where some of his best thinking occurs. A proud finisher of eight marathons and a couple dozen half marathons, he now sets his sights on completing his first triathlon.

Read Jon's posts on the McKinley Insights Blog

In Honor of Pride Month—Reflections on Identity Covering
Getting Started: How to Begin Your Association’s Strategic Planning Process
From Rhetoric to Reality: Diversity and Inclusion in Associations

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