The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals is accepting applications to join its Board. If you are a professional who is interested, you can learn more and apply here (you will need to be logged in to your IACP account to apply). The applications are due by February 18.
I have had the privilege of serving on the IACP Board since 2018, and my second and final term expires this year. I am excited for those that will just be beginning their Board service journey. Accordingly, here is my pitch to you:
Do you want to help shape the future of Collaborative Practice? Then I would strongly urge you to consider applying to be a member of the IACP Board. I think Collaborative Practice is still in its infancy, and in my experience the work that we do on the Board has far reaching effects for families and professionals around the world. I found that I can make a difference, and so can you.
-Adam B. Cordover
You can find the requirements to serve on the Board by clicking here.
And for those who are going through a Florida family law matter and would like to learn more about Collaborative Divorce and other options, I invite you to contact me by clicking the button below.
Adam B. Cordover is a member of the Board of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, where, among others , he has chaired or co-chaired the following: Ethics & Standards; Research; Practice Group Development; and ad hoc Committee on Virtual Introductory Trainings. He is co-author with Forrest S. Mosten of an American Bar Association book on Collaborative Practice. Adam is also a recipient of the Inaugural Visionary Award of the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals.