All about NACAC
The National Association for College
Admission Counseling (NACAC),
founded in 1937, is an organization of
more than 15,000 professionals from
around the world dedicated to serving
students as they make choices about
pursuing postsecondary education.
NACAC is committed to maintaining
high standards that foster ethical
and social responsibility among those involved in the
transition process, as outlined in the
NACAC Statement of Principles of Good Practice (SPGP).
A member-directed organization, NACAC is governed by
its voting members, an Assembly of delegates elected by
voting members in NACAC’s state and regional affiliates
and by an elected Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors sets the
strategic direction for NACAC.
In addition, 10 standing committees,
ad hoc committees and an
Affiliate Presidents Council lend
their expertise and experience to the
issues, programs and governance
that keep the association vibrant in
its service to members, the profession
NACAC’s award-winning publications and other media
resources, professional development programs and
practical research efforts have all been designed to give
counseling and admission professionals the tools they
need to improve the counseling services they provide to
2020 Pittsburgh NCF
Justin Mohney, co-chair — Carnegie Mellon University
Julie Sitko, co-chair — Moon Area High School
Wivina Chmura — University of Baltimore
Bill D’Amico — Youngstown State University
Loren Gordon — Winchester Thurston School
Vince Gratteri — Pittsburgh Technical College
Nicole Levis — Avonworth High School
Laura Papcunik — Saint Francis University
Michael White — Slippery Rock University
Justin Wojtkowski — Point Park University
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