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ACP National Board of Directors Nominations Deadline Extended

The Nominating Committee of the Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) National Board of Directors has extended the deadline to nominate candidates for 2021 Board positions to Monday, November 9, 2020.

Since its inception, ACP’s mission has been to develop and advance continuity professionals to be accomplished in their career. The primary vehicle to achieve this mission is the local ACP Chapter. The role of ACP National is to support the local chapters to thrive. The ACP National Board has strategic oversight responsibility for setting direction, establishing collaborative resources, and in general answering to the Chapter Leadership teams, “how can we help you to achieve our mission?”

Nominated candidates must be a member in good standing, will serve a three-year term, may serve two consecutive terms, and are expected to participate in the monthly virtual board meeting and participate in the leadership of a working committee.

To nominate a colleague, or nominate yourself if you wish, fill out the Nomination Form, along with the completed Reference Letter and send both forms to staff@acp-international.com by Monday, November 9, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Central.

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