ACE 2015 Election Biographical Sketches and Candidate Statements

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                                                                                  ACE President-Elect
                                                                              Vote for one (1) of (2) two
                                                                          Diana Bensyl | Harold I Feldman

Diana Bensyl, MA, PhD, FACE is a senior epidemiologist and the Lead for Curriculum, Conference, and Student Programs in the Epidemiology Workforce Branch (EWB) in the Division of Scientific Education and Professional Development at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia.

Background: Dr. Bensyl, a member of the American College of Epidemiology since 2000, received a BA in Psychology in 1993 and an MA in Sociology in 1995 from Baylor University. She studied Preventive Medicine and Community Health with a specialization in Sociomedical Sciences at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. She received her PhD prior to entering the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Program in 1999.

Dr. Bensyl has a long record of service to ACE since becoming a member in 2000. She has been the Secretary for ACE since 2013 and is currently the Program Chair for the 2015 ACE Annual Meeting. Prior to serving as Secretary, she served as Treasurer (2012-13), and as the Chair of the Education Committee (2008-10). She also was the Program Chair for the 2009 ACE Annual Meeting and organized roundtables and workshops for the ACE Annual Meetings in 2007 and 2008. She was a Program Committee member for the 2003 and 2006 ACE Annual meetings. She also served as a Poster Award judge from 2010-2013.

Statement: As Lead for Curriculum, Conference, and Student Programs in my branch at CDC, I am responsible for planning curriculum, developing course materials, working with instructors, and teaching, supervising and mentoring trainees. My team supports the EIS Program and oversees two medical/veterinary student programs, and two programs geared to middle and high school students and teachers. Our stakeholders are EIS epidemiology trainees, medical and veterinary students, and middle and high school students and their teachers. The world is discovering what an interesting and important role the epidemiologist plays in health! That leads to growing pains in the workforce. Who is qualified to be an epidemiologist? What degree(s) or experience helps someone earn their epidemiology stripes? How do you ensure the person you hired can do the work you need? In EWB, we rely on epidemiology competencies to guide our work from those first hearing about epidemiology to those who want to be the future leaders in the field. ACE has a strong record of working with competencies and guiding their use. I’d like to see that expand to make more epidemiologists aware of the competencies, understand their use, and make a commitment to ensuring their continued relevance as the public health world evolves.
Retaining our current members while adding new members is important to maintain the success of ACE in staying relevant to epidemiology while also ensuring long-term viability. We need to ensure our membership reflects the diversity of the epidemiology community. If elected to serve as President, I will promote the use of competencies and support the current and future membership of ACE to strengthen the epidemiology workforce and provide leadership in our work as an epidemiology society.

Harold I. Feldman, MD, MSCE, FACE is the George S. Pepper Professor of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Professor of Epidemiology, and Chair of the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, and the Director of the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. Dr. Feldman is a Fellow of the College having served as a member of its Board of Directors from 2011-2014.  He has been a member of the Membership Committee since 2012.  Dr. Feldman also sits on the Congress Executive Committee for the 2016 Congress of the Americas.

Dr. Feldman holds A.B. and M.D. degrees from Boston University and an M.S. in Clinical Epidemiology from Penn.  He is also a board certified physician in internal medicine and nephrology.  Dr. Feldman is an elected member of the American Society of Clinical Investigation, the Association of American Physicians, and the American Epidemiological Society.  He has been an Established Investigator of the American Heart Association.  Dr. Feldman’s chronic disease epidemiology research program focuses on diseases of the kidney and has been supported by >$50M in federal grants.  He leads several of NIH-NIDDK’s largest epidemiological research initiatives in chronic kidney disease including the Chronic Renal Insufficiency Cohort Study, the “Framingham Study of Renal Disease.”  He is a past Deputy Editor of the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology and past Co-Director of the prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, which trains leaders in HSR and clinical epidemiology.  He directs multiple NIH-funded institutional training grants in clinical epidemiology.

Statement:  The American College of Epidemiology has played a critical role in shaping the discipline of epidemiology.  It has bolstered career opportunities for those entering the field and serves as a strong voice promoting the importance of population science in practices and policies related to the health of the public.  For more than two decades, my professional activities have been devoted to the integration of epidemiology and clinical medicine.  Leading and managing one of the nation’s largest clinical epidemiology programs, I have witnessed the power and impact from integrating epidemiological and biostatistical methods with clinical research.  I deeply believe that these synergies can potently impact clinical care, health policy, and the discipline of epidemiology.  The marked growth in the number of population researchers at academic institutions, industry, foundations, and governmental organizations, such as the national CTSA Program at NIH, has created new opportunities for ACE to advance epidemiology through broader outreach to clinical communities.  As President of ACE, I will draw on this experience to promote yet greater integration of clinical epidemiology within the College.  Capitalizing on this opportunity can and must be done without diminishing the College’s focus on advocacy for the science and practice of epidemiology, on support for professional development of epidemiologists, or on enhancing the diversity and size of its membership.  This is a very exciting time for population sciences and the American College of Epidemiology.  I would be greatly honored if given the opportunity to serve as its president.

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                                                                                       Vote for three (3) of six (6) 
  Melissa Adams | Christine Branche | Elizabeth Fontham | Marlene Goldman | Jorge Misael Ibarra | Anbesaw Selassie                                                                                                                

Melissa M. Adams, MPH, PhD, FACE
Background: Melissa’s epidemiologic work has focused on birth defects, perinatal health and, most recently, on rare disorders. She received training in epidemiology from UCLA (MPH) and the University of Washington in Seattle (Ph.D.). From 1978-2001 she worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. From 2003-2006, she was a professor in the Department of Maternal and Child Health of the School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham. From 2006 through March, 2015, she worked at RTI International.  She currently seeks to use her experience with public health practice and rare disorders to improve the epidemiologic usefulness of longitudinal registries for individual rare disorders.  She has published numerous peer-reviewed articles in epidemiologic and clinical journals. 

Her contributions to epidemiology include:
• peer review of manuscripts submitted to epidemiologic and clinical journals during the past three decades;
• peer review of abstracts submitted to annual meetings of the American College of Epidemiology (ACE), Society for Epidemiologic Research and the Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research (SPPER);
• service as the president (1990) and on the Executive Board (1994-1998) of the SPPER;
• service to the ACE as the Vice-Chair (2007) and Chair (2008-2009) of the Publications Committee and as member of the Board of Directors (2008-2011);
• organizing and conducting at the 2011 North American Congress of Epidemiology a symposium titled “Should “Disability Status” be a covariate in most epidemiologic research?” and serving as editor for the Annals of Epidemiology for manuscripts based on the symposium; and
• service on  a planning sub-committee (2014-15) for the 2016 Epidemiology Congress of the Americas.

Statement: Thank you for this opportunity to ask for your support to serve on ACE’s Board.  ACE’s annual meetings reflect its emphasis on the contribution of epidemiology to public health practice.  If elected to the Board, I will support this emphasis.  The plenary sessions address a single issue from perspectives that include epidemiologic methodology and substantive impact on health.  ACE is an organization whose existence depends on the work of its members.  As the need arises and as consistent with my abilities, I will contribute to ACE’s activities (regardless of whether you vote for me for the Board!).

Aside from ACE’s 5 Officers, ACE’s Board currently includes 11 academicians, 1 person working in a health department and 1 in industry.  All of the 4 Board members whose terms will end this September are academicians.  Although most of my professional career has been in a federal health agency, my experience in academia broadens my understanding of the needs of and the issues faced by epidemiologists in both settings.  I feel able to contribute the academic perspectives of departing Board members and to add to the Board’s awareness of situations encountered by epidemiologists in health departments.
Thank you for considering my statement.

Christine M. Branche, Ph.D., FACE is the Principal Associate Director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), and the Director of its Office of Construction Safety and Health, at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Dr. Branche is an American College of Epidemiology Fellow, having joined the College in 1999.  She was a member of the Admissions Committee during 2008-2012, serving as its Chair during 2010-2012.  She still provides advice to the Committee in an ex officio capacity.  She was elected to the Board of Directors, serving during 2009-2012.  Dr. Branche holds a B.A. in biology from the University of Rochester, and completed her M.S.P.H. and Ph.D. in Epidemiology at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill while on a National Science Foundation fellowship.  Her Master’s and doctoral work focused on occupational safety and health, but she also gained expertise in environmental epidemiology.  Working at Burroughs Wellcome Company (now Glaxo Smith Kline) as a research fellow allowed her to gain expertise in pharmacoepidemiology as well.
Dr. Branche began her career at the CDC as an Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Officer in what is now the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.  During 1996-2007, she was the first director of its Division of Unintentional Injury.  She has conducted extensive research in injury prevention including drowning, water recreation, fire-related injury prevention, motor vehicle-related injury prevention and sports and recreation, falls among adults and construction workers.  She joined NIOSH in 2007, and 2008-2009, she its acting director.  In late 2009 she began directing the new Office of Construction Safety and Health.  Dr. Branche has taught courses in epidemiology as a lecturer or adjunct faculty at the graduate and undergraduate levels and in medical school.

My experience with the Admissions and Membership Committees has helped me understand that as a College we must be on the cutting edge in understanding what an epidemiologist now is.  We need to be open to the valuable contributions that are being made to our field by individuals whose training may not mimic that of previous generations.  Furthermore, I think the College has an obligation to groom early and mid-level professionals who are practicing and teaching epidemiology.  Through such endeavors, we will maintain the quality and relevance of our discipline and the College and I hope, will increase our membership.  It would be an honor to serve my colleagues if I am elected.

Elizabeth (Terry) Fontham, MPH, DrPH, FACE is Founding Dean and Professor of Epidemiology Emeritus at Louisiana State University School of Public Health where she has been on the faculty since 1980.

Background:  Dr. Fontham holds an MPH and DrPH in Epidemiology from Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine.  Dr. Fontham’s primary research area is cancer epidemiology with a focus on tobacco and nutrition-related cancers.  She has conducted studies of lung cancer and secondhand smoke, including the largest early study in lifetime nonsmoking women that provided critical data leading to the classification of secondhand smoke as a human carcinogen.  She has studied gastric carcinogenesis in high risk regions in Colombia.  Her current research includes studies of innovative approaches to cervical screening in hard to reach women and studies of long-term human health effects of exposures as a result of the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill.  She is currently a member of the NCI Board of Scientific Counselors, having previously served an earlier term in 2000-2005.  She has served on numerous NCI advisory and ad hoc committees and as contributing author and reviewer for several Surgeon General’s Reports and IARC Carcinogenesis Monographs.  She served on the national Board of Directors of the American Cancer Society and as its President in 2009. She is active in a number of ACS committees and currently chairs the ACS Cancer Screening Guideline Development Group.  She is an elected member of the American Epidemiological Society.

Dr. Fontham has been a member and Fellow of ACE for 25 years.  She was a member of the ACE Board of Directors and Treasurer from 1992-2001.  She has served on the Admissions Committee, the Policy Committee, the Finance Committee, the Nominating Committee, and chaired the Awards Committee.  She has been on the Program Committee for two Annual Scientific Meetings (1991 and 2005) and abstract reviewer for the Epidemiology Congress in 2006 and the 2014 ACE Annual Scientific Meeting.  She recently served on the ACE Presidential Task Force on the Strategic Plan in 2013.  She received the Leadership and Distinguished Service Award from the College in 2000.

Statement:  I am honored to be nominated for a position on the ACE Board of Directors.  I have had the pleasure of participating in many aspects of the College over the years and have gained much from each experience.  I believe that the opportunity for involvement is a real strength of the College and one that we should continue to actively promote.   Recruitment and retention of new members is essential for our continued growth and should be the job of each of us in the College.  Continuing to grow the diversity of our membership in terms of personal and professional perspectives as well as epidemiologic subspecialties will strengthen our role in promoting and advocating for all aspects of our profession.

Marlene B. Goldman, ScD, FACE
Dr. Marlene Goldman is a Professor in the Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Community and Family Medicine at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, New Hampshire.  She is the Vice-Chair for Research and Director of the Division of Clinical Research in the Department of OB/GYN.  Dr. Goldman earned Sc.D. and M.S. degrees in Epidemiology from Harvard University and an A.B. from Colby College.  Prior to joining the faculty at Dartmouth she was an Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School and an Associate Professor of Epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health.  Dr. Goldman’s research focus is women’s reproductive health, particularly the etiology of impaired fertility.  She was Senior Epidemiologist on two randomized clinical trials, FASTT and FORT-T, which changed the standard of care for treating unexplained infertility, and Principal Investigator of a prospective cohort study on oxidative stress and early pregnancy.  Dr. Goldman joined ACE in 1997 and became a Fellow in 2000.  She has served on the Program Planning Committee (1999-2004), the Education Committee (1999-2006), the Board of Directors (2000-2003), and was the Local Host for the 2004 Annual Meeting.  In 2006 she received ACE’s Distinguished Service Award.  Dr. Goldman has also had leadership roles in the American Public Health Association, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and was on the Planning Committee for the 2001 Congress of Epidemiology.  She has regularly served on national scientific review committees and was a chartered member of the Population Sciences and Epidemiology IRG IRAP Study Section.  While a Health Sciences Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study she completed the award-winning epidemiology textbook, Women & Health, now in its second edition.

Statement: I was delighted to be nominated for a second term on the ACE Board of Directors.  It would be a privilege to serve.  I love the diversity of the ACE membership and the opportunity to meet and develop collaborative relationships with scientists from many different disciplines. I would work to further enhance such diversity.  Our annual meeting has always been one of my favorites, with its manageable size, stimulating science, and opportunities to participate in the policies and governance of the organization. I would welcome the opportunity to help implement the newly revised Strategic Plan and am committed to continuing to train the next generation of young scientists by fostering mentorship opportunities, supporting associate members and students, and enhancing recruitment of talented new members.  The on-going contribution of epidemiologists to global and national health challenges make organizations like ours essential and I would be honored to put my energies to work on behalf of our membership.

Jorge Misael Ibarra, MD, MPH, FACE, is an adjunct faculty (epidemiology) at the Statistical Consulting Laboratory, College of Science, University of Texas at El Paso and an Associate on the Project on Community Health Policy and Practice at the Institute for Health Policy of the University of Texas Houston School of Public Health.

Background: Dr. Ibarra holds a medical degree from the National University of Mexico and a Masters in Public Health (Epidemiology) from the University of Arizona. While in Mexico, Dr. Ibarra worked at the School of Public Health of Mexico, at the Social Medicine and Public Health Unit of the National University of Mexico’s School of Medicine and he was a pioneer of the National Institute of Public Health where he practiced public health and epidemiology. In the United States, Dr. Ibarra participated in several applied epidemiology and public health research projects, worked as a local epidemiologist in Tucson, AZ and partook in different local US-MX Border projects including the Hispanic Health Disparities Research Center at the University of Texas System. Additionally, he collaborated with participants of several multi-state and local research projects. Dr. Ibarra is committed to mentoring students and dedicated to his work in the development of a Minority Affairs Committee student fellowship whose role is to attend ACE meetings.

Dr. Ibarra joined ACE in 2002 and became a Fellow in 2012. He served as ACE Board of Directors member (2005 – 2008), and as a member, then Chair of the Minority Affairs Committee (2005-2010).  During his tenure, Dr. Ibarra participated in the organization of ACE’s Annual Minority Affairs Committee pre-conference as well as the 2nd and 3rd North American Congress of Epidemiology.
Statement: I always have been in full support of the College Mission and I am honored to be nominated, again, as a candidate for the ACE’s Board of Directors. Furthermore, as a Hispanic epidemiologist, I will look forward to working with other ACE members, and to increasing the membership and educational opportunities of young minority epidemiologists in the College.

Anbesaw, W. Selassie DrPH, MPH, FACE, is Associate Professor of epidemiology in the Department of Public Health Sciences in the College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina.

Background:  Dr. Selassie started his career as a public health officer after graduating in preventive health sciences and public health in 1971 from Haile Selassie I University in Ethiopia.  He received additional training in a WHO-sponsored field epidemiology program and participated in the smallpox eradication campaign in southeastern Ethiopia from 1972-1974.  He holds a MPH and DrPH in epidemiology.  He received post-doctoral training in injury epidemiology and surveillance methods in central nervous system trauma and developed the South Carolina Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Surveillance and Registry Program that was twice recognized among the best in the country.  He became a faculty member in the Department of Preventive Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine in 1992-1994.  He joined the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, the Medical University of South Carolina in 2001, serving as Head of the Division of Epidemiology from 2007-2010 and recently appointed as Vice-Chair for faculty development and innovation in the department of Public Health Sciences.  Dr. Selassie served as chair of the Surveillance Methods and Database subgroup for the taskforce that developed the Report to Congress on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the United States and currently serving a two-year term as the Institute of Medicine study committee member on Gulf War and Health.  He served as Board Member of Epilepsy Foundation of America 2005-2007; Member of the American Public Health Association Governing Council 2006-2011; Member of the Minority Affairs Committee of American College of Epidemiology 2008-2013. He received multiple federal funding as PI and Co-PI on the study of traumatic brain injury, epilepsy and seizure disorders, spinal cord injury, and rare birth defects surveillance.

Statement: I am deeply honored and privileged to be a nominee for a position in the Board of Directors. I have been a member of ACE since 1993.  I highly value and cherish the performance of ACE in promoting our discipline and its contribution to advance the science through its annual meetings and official publication, Annals of Epidemiology. If I am elected as a member of the board, I will work to uphold the mission of the organization and the interests of its members, specifically 1) increasing membership of underrepresented population groups, 2) expanding ACE’s sphere of engagement in eliminating global threats to health, 3) promoting public policy advocacy in concert with societies of epidemiology, 4) increasing the relevance of ACE to students and practitioners of epidemiology by developing a resource database for career development, and 5) increasing collaboration with the industry and private organizations to expand the employment pool for epidemiologists.  I believe the extensive experience I gained in field epidemiology and academia offers me the opportunity to make substantial contributions to the college I value the most.

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                                                                                        Vote for one (1) of three (3)
                                                                       Sunday Clark | Jan Eberth | Jennifer Fergenbaum

Sunday Clark, MPH, ScD is the Director of Research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. She is also an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in Medicine and Assistant Professor of Healthcare Policy and Research (formerly the Department of Public Health) at Weill Cornell Medical College.

Background: Dr. Clark received her MPH from Boston University School of Public Health and her ScD from Harvard School of Public Health. Her research has focused on respiratory and allergic diseases, particularly asthma and anaphylaxis, public health and healthcare policy in the emergency care setting, and geriatric emergency medicine. She has been a member of ACE since 2001, serving on the Admissions, Membership (holding positions of Vice Chair and Chair), and Communications Committees. Dr. Clark also served on the ACE Board of Directors from 2007-2010.

Statement: The American College of Epidemiology continues to expand its role shaping epidemiology as a specialty and the role of epidemiology in improving public health. I would be honored to serve on the Board of Directors to help ACE in these efforts. As we have continued efforts to realize the College’s goals, it remains clear that ACE’s greatest asset is the membership. As an ACE member, I have had the opportunity to serve the organization on the Admissions, Membership, and Communications Committees. I also had the privilege of being elected to the Board of Directors from 2007-2010. Through these opportunities, I have been fortunate to be able to work with many committees and the College leadership to help to increase our membership and improve the experiences of our members. Collectively, we have worked to not only build our own membership, but also to develop collaborations with other organizations that have strong ties to epidemiology. If given the opportunity to serve as a Board member, I would work to continue improving ongoing efforts and identify and implement new opportunities. I would work to increase opportunities for the membership to be actively involved in College activities and ensure continued seamless communication between committees and across the membership. Active participation of our diverse membership and open communication can only serve to strengthen our organization and our specialty. I also would work to continue identifying opportunities for ACE to collaborate with other public health and epidemiology organizations. Increasing and strengthening our ties with these organizations will help us all to continue our successes promoting epidemiology.

Jan Eberth, MSPH, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of South Carolina and an investigator at the USC Cancer Prevention and Control Program.  She is also an associate member of the faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Background: Dr. Eberth received her doctoral degree in epidemiology from the University of Texas School Of Public Health and a postdoctoral fellowship from MD Anderson Cancer Center. The focus of her research over the past decade has been on cancer health disparities, particularly understanding the socioeconomic and structural barriers that impede adequate access and utilization to cancer screening services. Her research has been featured in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Health Services Research, and Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, and funded by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Office of Rural Health Policy, and Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Dr. Eberth has been active in the American College of Epidemiology since 2007, and served on the ACE Board of Directors as its Associate Member representative from 2008-2010. Most recently, she has served as Chair of the ACE Communications Committee and Associate Editor of the Annals of Epidemiology, the official journal publication of ACE.

Statement: As an active member of ACE since 2007 and a former Board of Directors member, it is a pleasure to be nominated to serve on its Board of Directors for the next 3 years. I have spent much time during my tenure with ACE reflecting on its mission and outreach strategy, and if elected to serve on the Board, I will strive to expand the influence of our organization to the broader public health community. Creating and sustaining a vibrant community of scholars takes yearlong effort, above and beyond putting on an excellent Annual Meeting. I plan to encourage the Board and ACE committee chairs to offer more opportunities for epidemiology education throughout the year, via virtual and in-person regional events, and will continue to voice enthusiasm for enhanced membership benefits to attract more qualified epidemiologists to ACE.

Jennifer Fergenbaum, MS, PhD is a Health Research Methodologist in cancer for the Program for Evidence-Based Care, which is situated within the Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Oncology at McMaster University, and linked to Ontario’s provincial organization in cancer, Cancer Care Ontario.

Background: Dr. Fergenbaum holds a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Toronto, a MS in Community Health and Epidemiology from Queen’s University, and honors BS in Biology and Pharmacology from McMaster University. Currently, her work involves developing the clinical practice guidelines around imaging technologies for prostate cancer and lymphoma cancer. Prior to her return to academia and McMaster University, she spent the last five years as a clinical epidemiologist in government agencies, including the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and most recently, Health Quality Ontario. Her work in government involved evidence-based assessments in all areas of chronic disease. Although she has returned to cancer research where she first began with a fellowship at the National Cancer Institute in the Hormonal and Reproductive Epidemiology Branch in 2002-2003, she has also previously dedicated her time to brain injury research at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and Aboriginal Health issues. She actively participates in teaching, mentoring, and the editorial process. Her main research focus is to advance the health of populations using sound epidemiological methods.

Statement: As an ACE member, I am honored to be nominated for a position on the ACE Board of Directors. I first joined ACE in 2004 as an Associate Member. I was the first Associate Member to the BOD, which provided me with first-hand experience of the mission and governance of ACE and the commitment and enthusiasm of its board members, committee chairs, committees, and membership as a whole. Since then, I have participated on the Ethics Committee and I am currently the Chair of the Ethics Committee. If elected to the Board, I’d like to help foster the leadership of all professional epidemiologists by promoting ACE’s Strategic Plan, heightening the membership of ACE, increasing the transparency of ACE and its committee’s work, enhancing cross-committee activities, and supporting mentorship and the ACE Annual Meeting.

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