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All Good Things Must Come to an End

​I hope you are not surprised I would quote Geoffrey Chaucer in the NACAC Bulletin. Certainly at least some of you have thought of me as a well-educated counselor! Perhaps you were expecting more of the showman in me to say something like the classic Bob Hope line: “Thanks for the memories!” 

I must say, unequivocally, that I have “enjoyed the ride” as your NACAC president in 2015-16.  It has been a blast! I have said to many people at different occasions I have felt like a “kid in a candy store!” For those still reading, I hope you will absolutely put “service to NACAC” on your to-do list!  It could be one of the most personally rewarding experiences in your professional career! Read more

 

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