Family Diplomacy managing attorney Adam B. Cordover has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (“IACP”). Adam will be part of the incoming 2018-2019 Board along with fellow new Board Members Rajan Chettiar of Singapore, Brian Galbraith of Barrie, Ontario, Canada, and Kevin Scudder of Seattle, Washington.
The Board announcement was made in the June 2018 edition of IACP’s Collaborative Connection, along with announcement of IACP’s incoming officers. The announcement is reproduced below:
|New IACP Board Members and Officers for 2018-19|
|The IACP Board of Directors is proud to announce its officers for the 2018/2019 term. The new
terms will begin on Oct. 28, following the conclusion of the Forum.President/Past President:
Chris Farish, Dallas, TX, USA
Francesca King, Milano, Italy
Anne Lucas, Kirkland, WA, USA
Lori Gephart, Wexford, PA, USA
Ad Hoc Officer:
Kay Chan, Hong Kong, China
Current President, Chris Farish was elected for a two-year term and next year will serve as both President and Past President. In addition, the Board is delighted to welcome the following new members to the Board of Directors, for three-year terms:Rajan Chettiar, Singapore
Adam Cordover, Tampa, FL, USA
Brian Galbraith, Barrie, Ontario, Canada
Kevin Scudder, Seattle, WA, USA
We wish to express our deep appreciation to those Board members whose terms are drawing to a close. It has been an honor to work alongside you. We thank you for your commitment, fresh insights and tireless service to the Collaborative community.
At this time we would also like to extend our gratitude to everyone who submitted expressions of interest in Board service and all who support IACP’s work through committee service and leadership in local Collaborative communities. It is only through our collective efforts that we are able to grow and sustain this movement.
The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals is the premier organization supporting collaborative family law. It has over 5,000 members from 24 countries.
IACP supports Collaborative Practice as a conflict resolution option worldwide by:
- establishing and upholding the essential elements, ethical and practice standards of Collaborative Practice;
- fostering professional excellence by educating and providing resources to Collaborative practitioners;
- leading and integrating the Collaborative community; and
- promoting the growth of Collaborative Practice.