Messages from the CEO

July 14, 2022

NACAC CEO Angel Pérez reflects on his first two years leading the association, looking back on the accomplishments and looking forward to the challenges ahead.

January 19, 2022

NACAC’s vision statement calls for postsecondary education for all who aspire to it, and everything we do at the association is in service of that aspirational goal. It is in that spirit that I share with you the work of the Commission on Redesigning College Admission and Financial Aid Through a Racial Equity Lens – a NACAC/NASFAA partnership.
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October 1, 2021

I write with gratitude to everyone who attended National Conference in Seattle last week and to all who worked to make it a reality. It was incredibly moving to reunite in person with so many of you and to reconnect—whether in person or remotely—and recommit to the meaningful and important work of advancing the college admission counseling profession. 
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April 6, 2021

Today I am very pleased to announce exciting new opportunities for NACAC members to engage in the vital work of our association. The Board of Directors is launching four new ad hoc committees that will tackle timely and urgent issues, and we invite volunteers to serve on each. 
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March 24, 2021

I am thrilled to share with you the exciting news that NACAC membership has grown by 65 percent in the past year, despite the pandemic, and now totals more than 23,000 admission and counseling professionals...
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January 19, 2021

The Board of Directors is proposing amendments to our bylaws that would enable ALL eligible voting members to elect board officers and directors.
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January 7, 2021

Like most of the world, I am appalled by the violence that took place in the United States Capitol yesterday.
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July 21, 2020

CEO Announcement: All Fall Programming to Go Virtual and New Monthly Programming
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July 15, 2020

I’m delighted to write you today, my first day of service as NACAC’s chief executive officer.
Never could I have imagined, when I began my career as an admission counselor, or served as a college counselor at a public school, that I would someday help steer the association that I’ve turned to for community, professional development, and advocacy...
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