Nominations Open For The Automotive Content Professionals Network Leadership Committee

Nominations Open For The Automotive Content Professionals Network Leadership Committee

Nominations are open until Friday, April 5.

Nominations are now open for the Automotive Content Professionals Network (ACPN) Leadership Committee.

According to the group, service as a volunteer leader of ACPN is a satisfying way to contribute to the direction and progress of the network. Volunteer leadership also satisfies the “service” requirement of the Automotive Catalog Professional (ACP) designation.

Nominations are open until Friday, April 5.

Committee members are selected for a three-year term of service with the option to be appointed for one additional three-year term (a total of six years with approval).

Candidates must be current ACPN members in good standing. Committee assignments will be announced at the annual ACPN Knowledge Exchange Conference, April 23-26 at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown, Kansas City.     

Nominate yourself or a qualified member of the ACPN by emailing a name, company, a short bio and why you (or the applicant) are interested to [email protected].

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