Specialty associations for racial, cultural, ethnic, religious, gender, sexual orientation, and other constituencies are popping up like mushrooms after a heavy rain — most professions have at least one affinity association in addition to their mainstream organization, and many have several. And they're not just growing in numbers: “These organizations are growing in membership and popularity” as well, says Sharmagne Taylor, CMP, president of Houston-based meeting management company On-Site ...

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