JULY 24 – 26, 2022*


 Due to the hotel recently receiving their sleeping room renovation schedule, and the fact that Comicon is ending Saturday, July 23rd, we are unable to secure enough Saturday night rooms to accommodate our working groups meeting on Sunday. Because of this change, we will be holding the working group meetings on Wednesday, July 27th after the end of the conference, rather than at the beginning.


With the continuing COVID conditions, risks and restrictive institutional travel policies during the pandemic, the ACC  Board has elected to postpone ACC-RAC 2022 until July 24-26, 2022 to allow broader attendance and safer  participation. Please note the new dates are not a typical ACC-RAC Thursday, Friday, Saturday format. The ACC  Working Groups will meet on Sunday, July 24th. The Welcome Reception will be Sunday, July 24th as well, with the conference  opening on Monday, July 25th and ending Tuesday afternoon July 26th.  



Association of Chiropractic Colleges
29th Educational Conference and Research Agenda Conference
Wellness and Health Promotion: Impact on Chiropractic Education, Clinical Practice, and Research
July 24-27, 2022
San Diego, CA
*Tentative Agenda as of 06/08/2022
* All times are Pacific Standard Time
* Continuing education credits will be available for most sessions.  Doctors of Chiropractic may earn up to 12.5 continuing education hours, for a fee, pending your state board's approval.  Continuing education credits are provided through Texas Chiropractic College. 
Sunday, July 24, 2022
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. - Silver Pearl Ballroom
Welcome Reception - Sponsored by Standard Process, Inc.
All attendees are invited to join
Monday, July 25, 2022
7:00 a.m. - 7:50 a.m. - Silver Pearl Ballroom
Continental Breakfast
7:50 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. - Welcome and Introduction
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Title / Description Speakers  
Pacific Jewel Ballroom   Welcome and Introductions Opening of the ACC-RAC 2022 Conference David Wickes, D.C.                                          ACC Vice-Chair  
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. - Pacific Jewel Ballroom CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Title / Description Speakers Pending
Pacific Jewel Ballroom Conference Theme Opening Plenary Educational Challenges for the Health Professions and Promoting Student Success

ACC-RAC attendees will learn what challenges all educators should be addressing in the coming years and what tools they will need to be successful.
Sonny Ramaswamy, Ph.D.
President, The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)

Dr. Ramaswamy is an educational leader and accreditor focused on the fundamental mission of higher education promoting student success and closing equity gaps using data- and evidence-informed approaches. He served for six years as President Barack Obama's appointee as the Director of the National Institute of Food
and Agriculture in Washington, DC.

Dr. Ramaswamy’s BSc (Ag) in agriculture and MSc (Ag) in entomology are from the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, India. Following his doctorate in entomology from Rutgers University, Ramaswamy undertook postdoctoral research at Michigan State University. He is also a graduate of the Management Development Program at Harvard University.
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - Pacific Jewel Ballroom
Pacific Jewel Ballroom Conference Theme Keynote Transforming Pain Care: The Role of Integrative Medicine

Although pain often begins with an acute injury or localized dysfunction, evidence demonstrates that pain causes cellular sequalae that are often overlooked.  This cascake adds to the understanding of co-morbidities often seen with chronic pain including metabolic syndrome, dysbiosis, depression, sleep function, fatigue, and much more.  This paradigm supports the role of integrative therapies, especially nutrition, in approaching such common conditions.
Robert Bonakdar, M.D., F.A.A.F.P., F.A.C.N.
Director of Pain Management, Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine

A member of the Division of Integrative Medicine, Dr. Bonakdar received his medical degree from the University of Nevada School of Medicine and his undergraduate degree in psychobiology from Occidental College in Los Angeles. He received the Richter Fellowship for Independent International Research in the field of Southeast Asian heath practices and studied in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, and Indonesia. He completed a clinical and research fellowship in integrative medicine at Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine in La Jolla and a residency in family practice at the Sharp Grossmont Family Practice Residency Program in San Diego.
10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. - Silver Pearl Ballroom
Break - Sponsored by
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - Workshop Sessions CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Title / Description Speakers Pending
Coral #1 Leadership Workshop Leadership Throughout the Academic Career

This session is an exploration of the many facets of leadership and the variety of leadership opportunities that occur throughout an academic career. By identifying early, middle and late career attributes and motivations participants will develop personal goals and action steps pertinent to leadership at their professional level. 
John Stites, Michele Maiers, Dana Madigan 1.5
Coral #2 Research Trends Workshop Engage in Scientific Dialogue with Professional Style and Grace: Communications Bootcamp

Successful scientific dialogue is essential for developing new ideas and expanding investigations, thus we must prevent unprofessional discourse, which can derail scientific progress and potentially spread misinformation.  In this session, clinicains, educators, and researchers will learn best practices from three journal editors including how to recognize the red flags of misinformation and pseudoscience and develop skills that facilitate professional dialogue through communications and letters to the editor in scientific publications.
Bart Green, Claire Johnson 1.5
Coral #3 Conference Theme Workshop Understanding and Addressing Psychosocial Factors
in Chronic Low Back Pain

This workshop intends to provide an overview of an educational program on the perspectives of the biopsychosocial model for CLBP, including how this perspective impacts the clinical evaluation, treatment interventions, & management plans for this complex, yet common, musculoskeletal condition. Emphasis will be placed on how providers' attitudes & beliefs can impact patients’ response & how to ensure these attitudes and beliefs are optimal for patient outcomes.
Alec Schielke, Clinton Daniels, Katherine Pohlman 1.5
Coral #4 Clinical Workshop The Paradigm Shift in Orthotic Prescription is Now

This presentation will review the top down and bottom up functional concepts replacing the static model of orthotics prescription, and demonstration indications and immediate outcome measures for the use of orthotics.
Ted Forcum 1.5
Coral #5 Principles of Practice Workshop Get to Know the Gut: Microbiorne and Health Digestion

The purpose of this workshop is to provide an overview of the microbiome from its members to its influence and to understand the different communities that make up the microbiome.  Participants will learn about what balances the microbiome, what causes dybiosis, and how that influences your health and disease status, as well as the need for testing.
Mahmoud Ghannoum 1.5
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. - Pacific Jewel Ballroom
Lunch - Sponsored by NCMIC Insurance Company
Announcement of the Jerry McAndrews Award
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. - Scientific Contributed Platform Sessions CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Session Description Speakers Pending
Coral #1 Public Health Panel Platform Studies have shown that chiropractors have traditionally not appreciated the profession’s role in the Public Health domain. This session explores both the physical and MSK related biopsychosocial factors which affect both individual patients and the communities in which chiropractors live and work. These presentations facilitate the practitioner’s insight into their work with individual patients and how the relief of pain and suffering benefits parties far removed from the patient. Moderator:  Bart Green
Presenters:  Gregory Roytman, Patrick Battaglia, Anna Marie Ziegler, Zacariah Shannon
Coral #2 Research Trends Panel Platform The emergence of productive and prolific chiropractic researchers is pivotal in the profession’s increase in status, and the increasing opportunities in modern health care. The resulting plethora of scholarly publications particularly on spine care has been strategic in the profession’s evidence-based pursuit of knowledge and application.
This session features a range of emerging research initiatives including epidemiology, biomechanics, research methodologies and application to patient presenting complaints.
Moderator:  Michele Maiers
Presenters:  Brian Coleman, Sarah Graham, Brent Russell, Brian Budgell, John Ward
Coral #3 Clinical - Low back pain Panel Platform Clinical reporting is regarded by scientific experts as a strategic part of evidence-based medicine, intended to complement other research activities. All health care journals offer the reader this format. Chiropractors have a unique position in the modern health care system which allows individual practitioners to demonstrate superior clinical diagnostic and therapeutic skills. This session features clinical reporting on uncommon presentations and sequelae. Included are post-surgical patient presentations and details of specific manual care protocols. Moderator:  Dana Hollandsworth
Presenters:  Munyeong Choi, Patrick Boylan, Berch Fritz, Charles Blum, Kevin Percuoco
Coral #4 Education Panel Platform The advances of the profession are unequivocal and well accepted by leaders and influencers. Professional identity formation, positioned in knowledge translation, is embedded in the curricula while studies are undertaken. A significant responsibility is to offer substantive content to those who are destined for research and scholarship, pivital to continue the profession’s strength.
This session features mixed methods surveys intended to understand how best to translate knowledge while the young practioner moves through their professional identity formation, with support to those who are destined for research and assist in the learner’s licensure requirements.
Moderator:  Martha Funabashi
Presenters:  Niu Zhang, Bruce Shotts, Igor Himelfarb, Stephanie Sullivan, Rebecca Wates
Coral #5 Conference Theme Panel Platform This session includes discussion on the social determinants of health as examined from the current literature. The reporting also examines a range of groups and domains including mental health, practitioner burnout, seniors’ MSK risks and a better understanding of chronic pain. Moderator:  F. Stuart Kinsinger
Presenters:  Natalia Tukhareli, Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Carol Ann Weis, Wren Burton
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Scientific Contributed Platform Sessions CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type   Speakers Pending
Coral #1 Public Health Panel Platform This session furthers the practitioner’s knowledge on Public Health interests both on a broader scope and in specific applications. Each presentation is predicated on literature reviews and surveys and offers state of the evidence research on how the work of the individual chiropractor is best understood, starting with the primary beneficiary, the patient, and then benefits to a secondary and tertiary level, with this facilitating inter-profession collaboration. Moderator:  Bart Green
Presenters:  Casey Rogers, Julie Johnson, Stacie Salsbury, Robert Butler, Lisa Killinger
Coral #2 Diagnostic Imaging/Imaging Interpretation Panel Platform Use of imaging in chiropractic is seen from the origin of the profession. While the pioneers used x-rays for spinal integrity as the primary assessment information, the profession saw practitioners expand on the use of imaging to coalesce into a discrete specialty within the profession. The scholarship continues with this session discussing common and uncommon imaging findings that frequently confront the practitioner. Included are conditions that refer or mimic the usual and more common patient presenting symptoms, and an evidence-based discussion of spine imaging. Moderator:  Michele Maiers
Presenters:  Ashley Ruff, Alessia Galante, John Cho, Stacey Cornelson, Tracey Littrell
Coral #3 Clinical - Extremities Panel Platform This session features uncommon clinical presentations to a chiropractic office ranging from TMJ to bilateral foot symptomatology. Clinical approaches to patient care with concurrent medical and dental care is discussed. Moderator:  Dana Hollandsworth
Presenters:  Jessica Billham, Spencer Lindholm, Charles Blum, Thomas Bloink, Leslie Reece
Coral #4 Principles of Practice Panel Platform This session features an in-depth exploration of the social determinants of health, the increasing workplace opportunities for practitioners and the importance of a more standardized treatment approach across the profession. The surveys used in these presentations gathered data from thousands of responders, reinforcing the profession’s commitment to rigorous and strategic methodological research protocols. Moderator:  Martha Funabashi
Presenters:  Jevinne Khan, Kevin Meyer, Bruce Shotts, Igor Himelfarb, Michael Sheppard
Coral #5 Conference Theme Panel Platform The concept of wellness became mainstream more than a generation ago. The term “wellness” has become beholden to various interpretations. Chiropractors claim the profession has always championed a wellness approach to patient care, citing holism and naturalism as foundational principles. There is little in the literature to scrutinize and quantify a scientific approach to understanding how wellness is properly understood in the context of modern health care. This session deals with this paucity. The scholarly dimension is considered from various perspectives including young learners, firefighters, VA recipients and marginalized communities. Moderator:  Roger Engel
Presenters:  James Whedon, Marc Lucente, Stephanie Sullivan, Steven Passmore, John Mayer
3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. - Silver Pearl Ballroom
Reception and Scientific Contributed Poster Sessions - Sponsored by
4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Workshop Sessions CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Title / Description Speakers Pending
Coral #1 Clinical Workshop

Using Full Scope of License (DOT physicals and occupational therapy)

This workshop will focus on enhancing faculty teachings to the student/new graduate and provide information needed to utilize their full scope of practice, as well as, the demonstration of office procedures and workflow necessary to provide fit-for-duty physicals for the CDL/non-CDL drivers for the protection of public and the driver. Occupying other occupational health certificates such as drug and alcohol testing for the student/new graduate.

Jason Belcher, Tyler Chapin 1.5
Coral #2 Technique Workshop Treating Anterior Cervical Muscles: Risks and Rewards

This workshop will provide the expertise to effictively perform advanced soft tissue treatment for anterior cervical musculature and safely teach a manual therapist or chiropractic student to do so. 
Rick Robinette, Jay Ferguson 1.5
Coral #3 Principles of Practice Workshop Improving Patient Outcomes Through Motivational Interviewing

This workshop will focus on motivational interviewing skills to make behavior changes to achieve desired patient outcomes. 
Kristy Carbonelli, Vanessa Morales 1.5
Coral #4 Public Health Workshop Designing a Public Health Initiative Based on Health Behavior Theories

This workshop will discuss health behavior therories and learn how to apply them to public health interventions. 
Cynthia Chapman, Barclay Bakkum 1.5
Coral #5 Education Workshop Enhancing Student Education in Labs with Educational Technology

This workshop is an opportunity for attendees to explore, discuss, and try different innovative educational technologies that are starting to be used in chiropractic labs to enhance student demonstrations, experiential learning and feedback. Throughout the workshop, faculty from multiple institutions will demonstrate the use of novel educational technologies they have recently adopted, facilitate a discussion with attendees, and provide an opportunity for attendees to try out the methods of instruction themselves, or share alternative approaches used at their own institutions.
Matthew Carinci, Grand Choi, Dana Hollandsworth, Camille McClendon, Mitchell Ludwig 1.5
Tuesday, July 26, 2022
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. - Silver Pearl Ballroom
Continental Breakfast
American Public Health Association - Chiropractic Health Care Section meeting - All attendees are welcome to join the APHA meeting
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. - Pacific Jewel Ballroom CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Title / Description Speakers Pending
Pacific Jewel Ballroom Leadership Keynote Transformational Leadership

Every organization, every educational institution, every successful endeavor, and at every level needs leaders. Presentation will evolve your leadership skills, transform your organization and students and help shape tomorrow.
Steven B. Wiley
Founder and President, The Lincoln Leadership Institute at Gettysburg

Steve Wiley is one of the nation’s most sought-after performance coaches. ABC News calls him “the best speaker you’ve never heard of” and USA Today/Gannett says he provides “the most powerful performance training available.” He is a proven entrepreneur, author, and highly acclaimed speaker who has trained and entertained hundreds of thousands of top executives from around the world. Clients include the majority of the Fortune 100 companies like Apple, Pfizer, Kellogg, Stanley Black & Decker, Xerox, New York Life, Chase, IBM, U.S.A. Today/Gannett, Exxon/Mobil and the Ford Motor Company; over 80 federal agencies such as Homeland Security, Departments of Defense, Interior and Justice; and over 75 Presidential appointees and their teams.
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - Pacific Jewel Ballroom CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Title / Description Speakers Pending
Pacific Jewel Ballroom Conference Theme Keynote Perspectives of a Clinician, Educator, and Researcher on the Future of Chiropractic Education

The future of chiropractic care as part of the mainstream healthcare system will need to evolve in strategies of patient management. The chiropractor of the future will need to be proficient in not only manual therapy but will also need to have a full spectrum of tools to best address the complexities of chronic pain. Treatment from a biopsychosocial perspective will require training in not only mechanical interventions, but also in psychosocial interventions. In addition, the future chiropractor will need to be proficient in the role of telehealth and videotelehealth. This session will discuss both current research and also clinical experience of a clinician with 30+ years of experience working in integrated healthcare environment training students.
Paul Dougherty, D.C., D.A.B.C.O.
Director, Canadaigua VA Medical Center Chiropractic Residency Program
Affiliated Research Investigator, Center of Excellence for Suicide Prevention

Dr. Dougherty earned his DC from Logan College of Chiropractic and holds a Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists. His career includes hospital affiliations, work with the VA, and peer reviewer for multiple chiropractic and professional journals. He has taught at New York Chiropractic College and is recognized as a senior researcher for his numerous studies including his distinguished work in geriatric care. He has lectured around the world and is sought after for his robust and inclusive presentations. It is for this reason that we recognize Dr. Dougherty as a master teacher and mentor whose depth of experience as a clinician, educator and researcher provide a unique vantage point to observe chiropractic education and its challenges and successes. 
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. - Silver Pearl Ballroom
Scientific Contributed Poster Sessions & Break
11:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. - Workshop Sessions CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Title / Description Speakers Pending
Coral #1 Public Health Workshop Wellness and Health Promotion in Evidence-Based Chiropractic: 2022 Research Agenda Update

This interactive workshop continues the Chiropractic Research Agenda cycle where clinicians, educators, and researchers will receive an update on current research and core concepts of the wellness and prevention spectrum.  Chiropractic public health leaders will share how wellness and health promotion in public health education, research, and clinical practices can potentially help address various health challenges and how to implement best practices in wellness and health promotion in daily chiropractic practice. 
Claire Johnson, Bart Green, Jason Napuli, Krista Ward, Rob Leach, Dana Madigan 1.5
Coral #2 Research Trends Workshop Assessing Research, Researchers, and Research Performing Organizations

In this workshop, we will learn about new perspectives and practical techniques for the assessment of our own research career and our institutional research program.  We will discuss established and newer metrics and methods for visualizing data to make it more meaningful.
Brian Budgell, Mark Fillery, Shari Wynd 1.5
Coral #3 Education Workshop Women's Health and Chiropractic Educational Audit and Development of Core Competencies

Designing curricula that promotes lifelong professional competency in the field of women's health is imperative to ensure that chiropractors stay current with the most evidence-based information. The purpose of this workshop is to review the chiropractic curriculum of various chiropractic colleges for key topics as well as relevant information that may be lacking and develop a set of core competencies for chiropractic colleges and continuing education workshops alike. 
Carol Ann Weis, Kristina Petrocco-Napuli, Chantale Doucet, Danica Brousseau, Katherine Pohlman 1.5
Coral #4 Clinical Workshop

Force Sensing Table Technology and Collaborative Research Opportunities

19 Institutions around the world have adopted Force Sensing Table Technology (FSST®) for enhancing the education and competency assessment of manual therapies. This interactive workshop for present and interested FSST® users will explore potential collaborative research opportunities to enhance educational research and/or clinical research within the profession.

David Starmer, Martha Funabashi,     Steve Tran

Coral #5 Clinical Workshop The Value and Case Development of Simulated Patients

This valuable workshop is for those interested in using simulated patients in their teaching and evaluating student progress as well as for experienced faculty that will be able to sharpen their use of simulated patients. This presentation will provide an updated review of the value and importance of th is developing area of teaching. New skills and best practices will be taught and learned during this cutting edge workshop.
Robert MacAulay 1.5
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Pacific Jewel Ballroom
Lunch - Sponsored by Foot Levelers
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Scientific Contributed Platform Sessions CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Session Description Speakers Pending
Coral #1 Physical Therapy/ Physiological Therapeutics/  Adjunctive Therapies Panel Platform Manual care protocols have singularly defined the profession from the earliest days. While eschewed by others in health care for many decades, the publication of research on manipulation has proven a game changer in evidence based practices. This presentation includes the scientific basis for various manual therapy approaches. These include instrument adjusting, rehabilitative protocols and the manual care-autonomic response. Moderator:  Dana Madigan
Presenters:  Dawn Harrell, Chantiel Hevel, Stuart McIntosh, Sunny Kierstyn, Charles Blum
Coral #2 Diagnostic Testing/ Examination Procedures/ Differential Diagnosis Panel Platform The chiropractic profession has shown significant progress and now accorded mainstream status in health care. This progress is directly linked to increased clinical skills of practitioners, predicating manual care therapies on diagnostic acumen. This session features state of the evidence on the utility of specific diagnostic protocols including the physiology of autonomic function, identifying a quantifiable and diagnosable lesion and instrument assisted assessment techniques which include the use of imaging. Moderator:  Roger Engel
Presenters:  David Taylor, Savannah Voelker, Robert Vining, Anne Maurer, Devon Ackroyd
Coral #3 Clinical Panel Platform In the clinical milieu, practitioners now have expanded work opportunities and choices in practice settings. Many are in multi-disciplinary clinics and hospitals. Team-based clinical care is now common, placing the chiropractor's care in a concurrent team-based setting allowing for greater communication between specialties. Moderator:  Lynne Pownall
Presenters:  Tara Cheuvront, Jesse Hodges, Rachel Gilmore, Aidan O'Brien, Ashley Voght
Coral #4 Principles of Practice Panel Platform This session features an in-depth exploration of the qualities and characteristics of the ideal practitioner. These discussions include the incoming learner, how to facilitate teaching and learning of desirable values and the influential role of mentoring. Moderator:  John Stites
Presenters:  Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Xiaohua He, Krista Ward, Igor Himelfarb, Alexander Margrave
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. - Scientific Contributed Platform Sessions CE Hours
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Session Description Speakers Pending
Coral #1 Public Health Panel Platform While the medical profession has championed multiple aspects of public health initiatives, chiropractors working in collaborative settings have also benefitted from integrating into health care teams. This session features an understanding of medical practitioners’ views toward the profession’s work in this regard, the ubiquity of e-health protocols and outcomes, and best practices regarding a broader understanding of the chiropractor’s work in clinical settings directly enhancing public health measures. Moderator:  Dana Madigan
Presenters:  Joe Lintz, Margaret Sliwka, Michele Maiers, Melissa Hirschman, Erika Evans Roland
Coral #2 Principles of Practice Panel Platform The reality of marketplace constraints in health care places significant responsibilities on practitioners to always, and without exception, fulfill their fiduciary responsibility in favoring their patients’ best interests. This session features discussions on the patient centered-approach to practice management, risk managament and business practices. Each uses a focused literature review on how demonstrating best-practice protocols facilitate more optimal patient outcomes. Moderator:  F. Stuart Kinsinger
Presenters:  Brian Anderson, Gregory Roytman, Leah Hutchison, D'sjon Thomas, Sean Kono
Coral #3 Clinical - Pain Panel Platform The chiropractor’s role may be succinctly described as providing relief of pain and suffering. This session details patients clinical presentation and successful treatment protocols for both MSK pain, headache and other types of patient reported pain. Moderator: Lynne Pownall
Presenters:  Jeffrey Remsburg, Shawn Neff, Rachel Gilmore, Anne Maurer, Caroline Vitez
Coral #4 Education Panel Platform The advances of the chiropractic profession are well noted in the health care milieu. This is understood in each of the subdomains of the profession. Knowledge translation is one key cornerstone of the profession’s success in collaborative settings, research and the efforts to better secure cultural authority for MSK care. This session describes how the knowledge transition of manual skills may be quantified and the benefits of using these skills. Low back and neck pain comprise two of the profession’s patient presenting complaints and are well positioned. Featured are both literature reviews and biomechanical methodologies in examining and measuring manual care protocols. Moderator:  John Stites
Presenters:  Casey Rogers, Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Mackenzie Keller, Paul Osterbauer, Kara Shannon
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. - Pacific Jewel Ballroom
Room Name Topical Area Session Type Title / Description Speakers  
Pacific Jewel Ballroom   General Panel Discussion and Closing Comments panel discussion TBD                                  closing comments - David Wickes, D.C., ACC Vice Chair  
Wednesday, July 27, 2022
8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
ACC Working Group Meetings (closed meetings for ACC working groups)
Assessment and Accreditation
Chief Academic Officers
Chief Financial Officers

Clinic Directors

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (New Group)

Institutional Advancement/Development
Post Graduate
Research Directors
Student Affairs