President-Elect CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
Are you or someone you know looking to make a difference in the planning field and want to get involved in the local planning community and distinguish yourself as a leader? Nominations are being accepted until Nov. 27 for the Board position of President-Elect. This is a volunteer role that will serve on the Board for the 2024 calendar year, assisting the current Board President with leading an organization of the region's 900+ professional planners. This role also will automatically assume the position of Chapter President for the 2025-2026 two-year term.
Nominations and self-nominations can be submitted to Scott Rowe, AICP, President, at email@example.com no later than Monday, November 27. Online elections for this position will be held in early December.
SPECIAL THANKS Conference Sponsors
The National Capital Area Chapter wishes to genuinely thank our sponsors for supporting the annual conference. We would not be able to do this without the continued support and participation of our partners in the region. Thank you!
AICP New Mandatory Credits
Beginning January 1, 2022, AICP members will be able to start logging two new mandatory credits in addition to Law and Ethics:
- Equity: will help planners build their skillsets in an area that is of pressing and lasting concern to communities across the country.
- Rotating Topic: the topic for this targeted credit beginning January 1, 2022, will be Sustainability and Resilience, recognizing the growing need for planners to help their communities prepare for issues like climate change, sustainable development, and hazard resilience.
CM CREDITS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS On-Demand Sessions
Did you miss a conference webinar? Looking for extra content? All recorded sessions are available on our YouTube page and eligible for CM credits.
WHO WE ARE National Capital Area Chapter
The American Planning Association National Capital Area Chapter (APA-NCAC) represents public and private sector planners, planning academics and students, elected officials, and citizen planners in Washington, D.C., and Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties, Maryland.