The Association of Contingency Planners (ACP) announces the chartering of the Eastern Great Lakes Chapter. This chapter will provide a robust program consisting of professional development and networking opportunities for business continuity professionals serving the Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse, New York area.
Anne Marie Turner, Chapter President states, “Aligning with ACP International allows our regional organization to directly draw upon and become a partner in benchmarking, forecasting, and promoting business continuity and disaster recovery through educational and advocacy opportunities.”
“I want to welcome the members of the Upstate New York Business Continuity Group in joining as an ACP chapter,” affirms Jim Crosson, Chairman/CEO of ACP. “The Eastern Great Lakes Chapter assures a strong western New York presence for ACP and complements our existing chapters in Albany and New York City. ACP is proud to be a part of the unprecedented networking and education opportunities for continuity professionals in the area.”
The ACP Eastern Great Lakes Chapter invites organizations and those professionals involved in business continuity, disaster recovery, and crisis management to attend any future meeting as a guest. Inquiries about meeting schedules and membership may be directed to Dick Donovan, Membership Director, at RDONOVAN@mandtbank.com or Anne Marie Turner at AnneMarie_Turner@URMC.Rochester.edu. Local media requests should contact Jayne Tassi, Public Relations Director at email@example.com.
For more information about ACP and continuity planning, please visit www.acp-international.com.
The Association of Contingency Planners (ACP) is the premier, international organization for business continuity professionals. ACP provides a powerful networking and learning environment for its members. Founded in 1983, the organization has become a unifying force for practitioners in the rapidly evolving field of business continuity. With 43 chapters and over 2,500 members, ACP is the largest networking and information exchange organization in North America for business continuity professionals. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in or responsibility for the varied aspects of continuity planning.
Leah Core, CBCP
ACP Corporate Director of Public Relations
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