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ACE Welcomes NADOHE, NAPAHE, Women's Network State Coordinators to Annual Meeting

December 18, 2013

Attendees eligible for ACE Annual Meeting Registration Discount

​Those interested in attending the 2014 annual meetings of the National Association of Presidential Assistants in Higher Education (NAPAHE), the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE), or the ACE Women’s Network State Coordinators Conference can register now through the ACE 96th Annual Meeting website. All will be held in San Diego at the same location as the ACE Annual Meeting.

Attendees at any of those three meetings who also register for the ACE Annual Meeting, to be held March 8-11, 2014, in San Diego, receive a 20 percent discount on the ACE registration fee. To register for the ACE Annual Meeting, click here.

NAPAHE’s 27th Annual Conference and Business Meeting is slated for March 7-9, 2014.

NAPAHE enhances the profession of its members through programs, networking and information resources that address the broad range of roles fulfilled by presidential assistants in service to presidential leadership and higher education. For more information about the NAPAHE meeting, click here.

NADOHE is holding its 8th Annual Conference March 10-12, 2104, focusing on the theme of “The Chief Diversity Officer as Strategic Catalyst: Constructing New Horizons in Higher Education.”

NADOHE meets in conjunction with ACE’s Annual Meeting to address ways to lead higher education toward inclusive excellence through institutional transformation. For more information about the NADOHE meeting, click here.

The upcoming ACE Women's Network State Coordinators Conference, March 8-9, 2014, will feature leaders who will share best practices for building, sustaining and expanding the power and influence of the network on college campuses and in the community.

The State Coordinators meet during ACE's Annual Meeting to create opportunities to increase awareness about the status of women leaders in higher education. Conference registration includes a reservation for the ACE Women's Leadership Dinner March 8, where the 2014 Donna Shavlik Award will be presented and Paula Kerger, president and chief executive officer of PBS, will deliver remarks. For more information about the ACE Women’s Network State Coordinators Conference, click here.

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