ACP Opens Nominating Process for 2018 Board of Directors

The Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) is now accepting nominations for election to its 2018 National Board of Directors. There are four (4) open seats. Each has a term of three (3) years.

A position on the ACP National Board is an excellent opportunity for a seasoned professional to apply leadership, experience, skills and their particular expertise to the direction and growth of a national organization.

To qualify to serve on the Board, a candidate must be an ACP member-in-good-standing. Non-members may run, but must become members upon election. Self-nomination is permissible.

“I am the ACP” – 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?”

If you have a willingness to serve, a commitment to do the work required to continue the growth and betterment of ACP and dedication to the ACP mission to advance the professional development of its members, then click here to begin the nomination process.

Thank you for your interest in serving.

All nominations must be received by September 1, 2017.


ACP July 19 Webinar

Overview of Technologies for Emergency Evacuations

Date: Wednesday, July 19
Time: 12:00 Noon – 1:00 pm Eastern
Presenter: Dr. David Carta, Founder/CEO Telaeris, Inc.

Register here.

During emergency evacuations drills, employees often will not go to their assigned rostering locations. Some leave the premises altogether. And during true emergencies, the actions of employees may be completely unpredictable. David CartaDr. Carta’s presentation will discuss options for emergency mustering systems that protect the safety of a company’s employees as well as provide meaningful information for first responders.

Presenter: Dr. David Carta is the CEO and founder of Telaeris, Inc. He graduated from Caltech in 1990 and earned his Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego in 1997. He worked as a system architect at Cubic Corporation from 1995-2005. Over the past 12 years, he has guided Telaeris to become the premier provider of emergency mustering solutions, tracking the locations of employees and contractors during evacuations.

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Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) fosters the growth of the business continuity industry through its network of industry experts, education, and the exchange of information and best practices.

ACP members help facilitate the timely resumption of business operations at acceptable levels following significant interruptions.

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