Seven Candidates to Seek 2020 National Board Seats

The ACP National Board of Directorrs has announced the names of seven candidates who will seek to fill one of the four open seats on the 2020 National Board of Directors. Each seat carries a three year term.

The candidates are:

    • Mary Carrido
    • Mark Carroll
    • Megan Epperson
    • Dr. Bernard Jones
    • Stuart Murray
    • Scott Ream
    • Ronald Williams

Learn more about each candidate here. Online voting will be conducted in October. Details will  be released at a later date.

ACP to Participate in Critical Facilities Summit

ACP has agreed to be a participating organization in the 6th annual Critical Facilities Summit September 24-25 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas TX. ACP will provide promotional advertising space on its website, calendars and social media platforms, as well as lending its name and logo to the Summit marketing efforts.

In exchange, the Summit will add ACP branding to all of the summit marketing materials, provide a complimentary to ACP booth on the expo floor and provide ACP members a discounted $295 registration fee (regular fee $495).

For more information, visit the Critical Facilities Summit website here.


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