Interel’s clients are diverse, coming from many different disciplines, including: medical, food service, politics, government relations, aeronautics, finance, student travel, law, real estate and more.

The American Ambulance Association (AAA) represents ambulance services across the United States that participate in serving more than 95% of the urban U.S. population with emergency and nonemergency care and medical transportation services. Formed in 1979 in response to the need for improvements in medical transportation and emergency medical services, the Association serves as a voice and clearinghouse for ambulance services across the nation. The Association views prehospital care not only as a public service, but also as an essential part of the total public health care system.

Meet the Executive Vice President of AAA, Maria Bianchi, CAE

The Association for Healthcare Foodservice (AHF) is a professional society that serves as the crossroads of creativity, innovation, efficiency and well-being. Dedicated to serving professionals in the self-operated healthcare foodservice industry, AHF members represent those healthcare facilities that, by choosing to keep their foodservice departments in house instead of outsourcing them to third-party contractors, keep food and nutrition at the core of the healthcare experience. AHF operators and business partners work together to create the dialogue that defines the future of the healthcare foodservice experience, while advancing the vision of self-operated healthcare foodservice as industry best practice.

Meet the Executive Director of AHF, Bruce Degn

AAPC The American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC), founded in 1969, is a nonpartisan organization of political professionals. Association membership consists of political consultants, media consultants, pollsters, campaign managers, corporate public affairs officers, professors, fund-raisers, lobbyists, congressional staffers and vendors and is open to everyone associated with politics from the local level to the White House.

Meet the Executive Director of AAPC, Alana Joyce

BRPT Board Of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT) is a nonprofit corporation that provides board certification and recertification for Polysomnographic Technologists. The BRPT is an independent organization, governed by a Board of Directors including a diverse group of experts in polysomnographic technology. The Board is international in scope and blends both technologists and physicians for the purpose of establishing rigorous standards which have a basis in a real world practice.

Meet the Executive Director of BRPT, Jim Magruder, MPA

CJRG The Civil Justice Reform Group (CJRG) provides a forum for general counsel to identify, prioritize and advocate for improvements to the civil justice system. The CJRG focuses on issues that will make the most impact in creating and maintaining a fair and efficient liability system.
DPAF The Dermatology PA Foundation (DPAF), established in 2015, is nonprofit foundation which works to help dermatology PAs expand their leadership and contribution to the field of dermatology. The DPAF engages in research, scholarship activities, and philanthropy designed to improve the practice of dermatologic patient care by PAs and other medical professionals.

Meet the Managing Director of DPAF, Leah Reily

EDPMA The Emergency Department Practice Management Association (EDPMA) is a national trade association representing Emergency Department Physician Groups, ED Billing Companies, and Supporting Organizations that make it their business to deliver quality care in the ED.

Meet the Executive Director of EDPMA, Elizabeth Mundinger

Globalaw’s mission is to provide an effective platform to seamlessly address and meet global client needs thanks to a personal and collaborative relationship among selected and high quality firms throughout the world.

Meet the Executive Director of Globalaw, Patrick Oliver

ISSTD The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD) is an international, non-profit, professional association organized to develop and promote comprehensive, clinically effective and empirically based resources and responses to dissociation and to address its relevance to other theoretical constructs.
NAFO The National Alliance of Forest Owners (NAFO) protects and enhances the economic and environmental values of privately-owned forests through targeted policy advocacy at the national level. Its policy agenda promotes legislative and market policies that enhance the economic and environmental value of the forests. NAFO effectively influences and directs private forest policy by providing timely and relevant information, education and lobbying to policy-makers.

Meet the President and CEO of NAFO, David P. Tenny

The National Association for Proton Therapy (NAPT) is registered as an independent, non-profit, public benefit corporation providing education and awareness for the public, professional and governmental communities. Founded in 1990, it promotes the therapeutic benefits of proton therapy for cancer treatment in the U.S. and abroad.
NASAO The National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) is one of the most senior aviation organizations in the United States, predating even the Federal Aviation Administration’s predecessor, the Civil Aeronautics Authority. NASAO, founded in 1931, was established to ensure uniformity of safety measures, to standardize airport regulations and develop a truly national air transportation system responsive to local, state, and regional needs. NASAO represents the men and women, in state government aviation agencies, who serve the public interest in the 50 states, Guam and Puerto Rico. These highly skilled professionals are full partners with the federal government in the development and maintenance of the safest and most efficient aviation system in the world. NASAO members organize, promote, and fund a wide variety of aviation programs across the nation. NASAO presents the views of the states to Congress and the Administration. NASAO works very closely with the Department of Transportation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Transportation Research Board and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. It is also the only organization of its type to have an official Memorandum of Understanding with the Federal Aviation Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. NASAO also maintains strong relationships with all similar associations in the aviation community.

Meet the President and CEO of NASAO, Mark S. Kimberling

The National Association of Waterfront Employers (NAWE) is the voice of the U.S. marine terminal operator (MTO) and stevedoring industry in Washington, DC. NAWE promotes marine cargo efficiency, security and health, a clean environment, international trade and economic growth through advocacy, education, and industry cooperation.
NICSA is a not-for-profit trade association that connects global asset management industry participants in order to develop, share, and advance leading practices. The goal of the association is to help asset management firms and financial service providers meet the changing needs of their clients and the industry through formal education programs, interactive forums and networking opportunities. NICSA seeks to provide industry executives the tools to gain industry knowledge and make informed decisions about strategic business development and best practice implementation. In addition, NICSA provides the opportunity for individuals to develop professional leadership skills and make a meaningful impact on the industry they serve via a committee volunteer network.

Meet the Marking and Communications Manager of NICSA, Kelly Sherrard

Physicians for Fair Coverage (PFC) advocates for physicians and their partners to enhance quality patient care through financial stability and through fair coverage including fair reimbursement for medical services at all levels of State and Federal government to protect access to high quality professional provider healthcare service. PFC implements programs and services which foster national awareness of the individual, organizational, and societal benefits delivered by physician groups and their clinician partners and coordinates and mobilizes, where possible and appropriate, with other stakeholders and coalitions in the pursuit of common goals and objectives.
PCMA CC Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) Capital Chapter is the largest PCMA chapter. Since 1956 PCMA has been dedicated to driving global economic and social transformation through business events. The PCMA Capital Chapter is known for its innovative and thought-provoking educational programming; caring and impactful community outreach initiatives; high energy networking events; engaging sponsorship opportunities and rewarding mentorship programs focused on the meetings and convention profession.
SOWH The Section on Women’s Health promotes and expands physical therapy’s role in the field of women’s health and wellness across the life span. It allows physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students sharing a common interest in the problems and concerns of women to meet, confer, and promote these interests. Among other services, the Section develops educational resources, and practice and education standards for addressing women’s health issues. The section also provides training and fosters research.

Meet the Executive Director of Section on Women’s Health-American Physical Therapy Association, Tamela Blalock, MBA, CMP, DES

SDPA The Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA) is a non profit professional organization composed of members who provide dermatologic care or have an interest in the medical specialty of dermatology. Its Fellow members provide medical services under the supervision of a Board Certified Dermatologist.

Meet the Managing Director of SDPA, Leah Reily

SYTA Student and Youth Travel Association (SYTA) is the non-profit, professional trade association that promotes student & youth travel and seeks to foster integrity and professionalism among student and youth travel service providers. SYTA is “The Voice of Student & Youth Travel.”

Meet the Executive Director of SYTA, Carylann Assante, CAE

SYF Formed in 2000, the SYTA Youth Foundation is the 501C3 Philanthropic sister organization of the Student Youth Travel Association (SYTA). The SYTA Youth Foundation provides students/youth financial resources, and programming through travel experiences that impact the lives of tomorrow’s global citizens.

Meet the Executive Director of the SYTA Youth Foundation, Carylann Assante, CAE

WGR Founded in 1975, Women in Government Relations, Inc. (WGR) is one of the most respected non-profit, non-partisan government relations associations in the Washington metropolitan area. WGR’s over 750 members include women and men at all professional levels representing corporations, trade associations and professional societies, law firms, lobbying firms, non-profit groups and federal, state and local governments.

Meet the Executive Director of WGR, Emily Bardach


WGR grew it’s industry partners by 72% from 2015 to 2016 with Interel
AHF’s conference attendance grew by 17% after just 9 months with Interel
NASAO grew its industry partners by 35% after just one year with Interel
SDPA’s revenue grew by 20% after just one year with Interel
BRPT attained a 254% growth in certificants after 10 years with Interel