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Executive Board Nominations & Re-Structuring

  • February 5, 2012

My husband is fond of saying in regards to being a parent, “it’s the toughest job you’ll ever love – and not get a weekly paycheck!” I have often felt the same about my opportunity to serve on the IACAC…

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Executive Board Restructuring

  • August 16, 2011

In an ongoing effort to consistently improve the effectiveness of IACAC, five members were assembled as an ad-hoc committee to reevaluate the structure of the IACAC Executive Board and they are looking for your feedback. The overall purpose of examining…

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President’s Update: Busy time of year for IACAC!!

  • March 26, 2011

Carin Smith, IACAC PresidentOur organization is busier than ever. Several committees have been putting in long hours working to make this professional association one of the best. As IACAC President, I have the privilege of sharing with you some of the highlights of their work and invite you to marvel with me at our accomplishments to date:

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Discuss Changes to Board Structure at the Town Hall Meeting

  • March 26, 2011

IACAC Board StructureHave you thought about getting more involved in IACAC but can’t get out of the office to attend board meetings?

Have you ever wanted to attend an IACAC Board meeting to better understand how the organization works?

Do you have some ideas on how IACAC can function most efficiently?

Do you have some ideas for new or existing committees and board positions?

Are you just curious?

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New Committee to Study IACAC Board Structure

  • January 31, 2011

In the spring of 2010, President Carin Smith created an Ad Hoc Committee to evaluate the IACAC Board Structure. The committee is comprised of Co-Chairs Sandie Gilbert (retired, Highland Park HS) and Maryanne Kelly (Maine South High School), members Nate Bargar (Illinois State University), Bob Murray (Illinois Wesleyan University) and Amy Thompson (York High School). The committee was charged with analyzing the current executive board and committee composition to determine if restructuring would provide a more efficient and organized system that would better suit the needs of our members.

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