September 2022 Dispatch Digest Updates

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September 9, 2022

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Happy September! And what a busy month it will be for NACA and its members! We are thrilled to share that we have 12 board member prospects for the upcoming election – be sure to update your member profile with your most current information to ensure you receive your ballot. NACA Board of Director Election: October 17th –  21st – VOTING by individual members. Annual Membership Meeting October 29th.

Are you one of the 102 officers who registered and attended the 1st NACA LEADing Conversations session? It was a super success and congrats to Officer Jen McLaughlin for winning an ACO Starter Kit from our partners at ACES! Grab your seat for September’s session “HUMANEizing the Badge“.

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