ACM Practitioners Board

Listing of ACM Practitioners Board Members & Documents

The Practitioners Board is responsible for developing programs that support the professional needs of ACM members as well as promoting computing as a profession. The Practitioners Board and Professional Development Committee focus on products and services that support and enhance the professional and technical development of practicing computing professionals, including engineers, architects, IT specialists and managers.

Following is a roster of the ACM Practitioners Board Marketing Committee, constituted in July 2016:

Members 

Terry J Coatta - Co-Chair
Stephen Ibaraki - Co-Chair
Eve A Andersson 
Stephen Bourne 
Karin K Breitman 
Andrew Conklin
Alain Chesnais 
Michael G Hinchey 
Srikantan Moorthy 
Dave P O'Leary 
Toufi Saliba
Theo Ezell Schlossnagle 
Xiaosheng Tan 

Yan Timanovsky - ACM Staff (HQ) Liaison

Documents 
Charter
Operational Goals

Why I Belong to ACM

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