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What is ALC?

ATD has more than 100 chapters across the country, each led by a volunteer leadership board. More than 1,000 talent development professionals make up the volunteer chapter leader community and are dedicated to the success of their chapter. Current and upcoming board members will network with fellow chapter leaders, share best practices for running an ATD chapter, and learn about new resources to support their chapter. ALC attendees are the program decision makers for their respective chapters.
ALC is casual attire; jeans are encouraged.

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ATD Chapter Leaders Conference Program Advisory Committee (ALC PAC)
The ALC PAC, a national advisory committee comprised of chapter leaders, works with ATD staff to develop and execute the annual ATD Chapter Leaders Conference (ALC). The ALC PAC is charged with reviewing and recommending session proposals for ALC, identifying programming gaps, and recommending topics and speakers to fill those gaps. The ALC PAC solicits conference sponsors, recommends keynote speakers, and serves as the host committee during the conference. ALC PAC members attend the conference and collect feedback from attendees regarding areas of success or improvement. The ALC PAC term is one year in length.

Each year the ALC PAC accepts applications from chapter leaders interested in serving a one-year term on the advisory committee for the upcoming year. Candidates should have served at least one year as a chapter board member and attended ALC while serving as a chapter leader. Current chapter leaders should not apply to serve on the ALC PAC during the year of their presidential term.

Interested in serving on the ALC PAC in 2020? Apply by Friday, October 18, 2019.
2019 ALC PAC Committee
Chair
Nebraska Chapter

Krishna Clay has more than 15 years of training experience in the banking industry. She has worked at First...
Central Pennsylvania Chapter

Larry is a native of Sarawak, Malaysia and has lived in the United States for six years. At The Hershey Company,...
Dallas Chapter

Laurie is proud to be a member of ATD since 2011 and an active leader of the award-winning ATD Dallas Chapter since 2013,...
Kansas City Chapter

Claudia’s 20 years of experience in learning and organizational development have included working in the mutual fund...
Metro DC Chapter

Natasha Roberts, CPLP, is the director of talent development at the Urban Institute. She is responsible for Urban’s strategy...
Hawaii Chapter

Originally from Japan, Ai Tanaka is the president of ATD Hawaii, and senior consultant, Continuous Improvement (CI) at HMSA/...

Who is ATD?

The Association for Talent Development (ATD) is a professional membership organization supporting those who develop the knowledge and skills of employees in organizations around the world. The association was previously known as the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD).

Leadership

ATD’s Board of Directors comprises thought leaders in the field who represent diverse industries. ATD’s President and CEO, Tony Bingham, works with the board, a staff of more than 100, and a global network of volunteers, all committed to helping create a world that works better. The National Advisors for Chapters (NAC) are volunteer advisors to U.S. chapter leaders and ATD’s chapter services team.

What We Do

We support the talent development profession by providing trusted content in the form of research, books, webcasts, events, and education programs. We host a variety of conferences several times a year, including the premier international gathering for talent development practitioners.