ACRP governance leadership is provided by a volunteer-based, member-elected Board of Trustees. The ACRP Board of Trustees (ABoT) has the responsibility to carry out the objectives and purposes of the Association. Trustees serve a minimum term of two years with the option to be re-elected for three consecutive terms.
ACRP’s volunteer-based Committees are integral to the development of, and progression toward, long-term Association goals. Committee members generally serve a term of two years with the option to be re-appointed for two consecutive terms.
ACRP operates under a set of Bylaws that define the Association’s organizational structure and policies under which the Board of Trustees, Chapters and Committees operate.
ACRP elects to post audited financial statements, as well as any attestation letters provided by its auditors, on an annual basis for member review. Visit Financial Statements to review this information (Members Only).
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