Accreditation and Awards

Accreditation

Over the years, AJJ has built a reputation for leadership, integrity, professionalism, and exemplary service. This reputation for quality has been validated, as AJJ was accredited by the Association Management Company (AMC) Institute in 2009. The company was awarded re-accreditation in 2014.

The rigorous accreditation process represents a prestigious accomplishment for our company and demonstrates we have implemented industry best practices in many service areas. This is the highest recognition an association management company can receive. There are over 500 association management companies worldwide and only 74 have earned this designation.

Dean’s Notes, National Student Nurses Association newsletter.

Dean’s Notes, National
Student Nurses' Association
newsletter.




MedSurg Matters!, Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses official newsletter.
MedSurg Matters!, Academy
of Medical-Surgical Nurses
official newsletter.




ViewPoint, American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing official newsletter.
ViewPoint, American Academy
of Ambulatory Care Nursing
official newsletter.

Awards

Over the years, AJJ staff and clients have been recognized for publishing excellence, brochure design and layout, as well as advancing nursing practice.

  • 2011 APEX Award for Publication Excellence. Dean’s Notes, National Student Nurses' Association newsletter. Category: Print newsletters, Most improved newsletter.
  • 2008 APEX Award for Publication Excellence. MedSurg Matters!, Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses official newsletter. Category: Print newsletters, Overall achievement in content.
  • 2008 APEX Award for Publication Excellence. Nursing Economic$ 2007 Summit Registration Brochure. Category: Meetings and events materials.
  • 2008 APEX Award of Excellence. Journal of Forensic Nursing, International Association of Forensic Nurses official journal. Category: Magazines and journals, Awarded for graphic design, content, and overall communications excellence.
  • 2007 APEX Award for Publication Excellence. ViewPoint, American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing official newsletter. Category: Best newsletter writing.
  • 2007 APEX Award of Excellence. American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing membership brochure. Category: Most improved brochures, manuals, reports.
  • 2007 APEX Award of Excellence. Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses membership brochure. Category: Design and layout.
  • 2006 APEX Award for Publication Excellence. MedSurg Matters!, Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses official newsletter. Category: Most improved for graphic design, editorial content, and overall communications excellence.
  • 2006 Communication Gold Circle Award, American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and The Center for Association Leadership. Dermatology Nursing Journal. Award spotlights achievement in the association community.
  • 2005 Associations Advance America Honor Roll, American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) for American Nephrology Nurses’ Association End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Education Day campaign. Award showcases organizations that help advance and inspire America with innovative projects.
  • 2002 Society of National Association Publishers (SNAP) Gold Award. On The Edge, International Association of Forensic Nurses official newsletter. Category: Most improved newsletter. Award given for layout, graphic design, and editorial content. (AJJ assumed publication and redesigned newsletter in 2001.)
  • 2002 and 2000 Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing/NOLF Award for Exceptional Effort in Bringing Geriatric Nursing Best Practices to Specialty Nurses. American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing. Award given for incorporating geriatric nursing best practice into association activities.
  • 1999 APEX Award of Excellence. Urologic Nursing Journal. Society of urologic Nurses and Associates official journal. Category: Most improved magazines and journals. (AJJ assumed publication and redesigned journal in 1998.)