ACM Practitioners Board Marketing Committee
Listing of ACM Practitioners Board Marketing Committee Members
The ACM Practitioners Board Marketing Committee is responsible for raising awareness of and promoting ACM’s products and services, in particular those that impact the career and technical development of practicing computing professionals, including software and systems developers, engineers, architects, administrators, data and cybersecurity professionals, IT specialists, and managers. It is overseen by the Practitioner Board.
Following is a roster of the ACM Practitioners Board Marketing Committee, constituted in July 2016:
Dave O'Leary, Chair
Yan Timanovsky, ACM Staff (HQ) Liaison
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