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  • Executive Director Article: Exploring the Concept of Trust

    Nov 18, 2022

    Recently, I've been reading Who Can You Trust? How Technology Brought Us Together and Might Drive Us Apart by Rachel Botsman. Botsman, a professor at Oxford University’s business school, is a leading expert on trust. In this book, her research leads her to several important insights.

  • Board of Directors Announcement of Executive Director Resignation

    Nov 11, 2022

    After almost a decade of service to ACPE, Trace Haythorn has announced that he will depart his role as Executive Director, effective December 31, 2022

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    For your professional ethics edification in November

    Nov 4, 2022

    Once a month the ACPE Professional Ethics Commission (PEC) posts a couple of statements from our Code of Professional Ethics for ACPE Members. Each posting is accompanied by a brief personal reflection from a member of the PEC discussing some ways this person lives these commitments*. November’s statements are:

  • Changing Seasons

    Nov 4, 2022

    With every season comes the earth’s reminder that we live in an ever-changing and evolving world. The landscape looks different as the leaves fall and plants go dormant. As the days get shorter I feel this propensity to go inward. As the fall leadership meetings get underway in Atlanta, ACPE continues its journey of going inward. There continues to be good work happening as we move into new phases of our strategic planning process and anti-bias work. I want to share the board report I submitted for our ACPE Board meeting in mid-November:

  • 2022 ACPE Leadership Election

    Oct 25, 2022

    On October 26, 2022, at 3 pm eastern, ACPE emailed ballots to eligible voters via SimplyVoting for its annual election for the association's board, commissions, and committees. Polls will close at 3 pm eastern on November 9, 2022.