Professional Development Committee
The ACM Professional Development Committee (PDC) is a standing committee of the ACM Practitioner Board (PB). It serves to provide tools for lifelong learning, ethical conduct and professionalism for computing professionals and generally support the professional development and professionalism needs of all ACM members, with particular emphasis on the PD needs of practitioners.
- Eve Andersson (Chair)
- Susan Elizabeth Black
- Juan Miguel De Joya
- Don Gotterbarn
- Dominic Holt
- Stephen Ibaraki
- Bradley Jensen
- Srikantan Moorthy
- Dave P O'Leary
- Will Tracz
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