FROM THE PRESIDENT


Rebekah LaPlante
PCACAC President
Director of Freshman Recruitment
Radford University (VA)

Dear PCACAC Members:

We stand with those who are appalled by the violence that took place in the United States Capitol recently.

Violence anywhere threatens our democracy everywhere and puts many people in danger.  These and similar actions continue to highlight the ugly challenges that we still face in America ― racism, hate, and dishonesty.

We want you to know that we remain committed to our core values as an organization.  As evidenced by recent events, our work to ensure that all of our students are able to successfully access higher education is more important than ever.  We invite you to review our value statement and also recommit to our collective work, goals and values.

Together, we remain strong.  Divided, we will not win.  We wish you positive encouragement, good health and continued steadfastness as we continue our work towards a better and brighter tomorrow.  

In Solidarity, 

Rebekah, President
James B. Massey, Jr., President-Elect
Joel Lang, Immediate Past President & Nominating Chair
Ann Marie Strauss, Executive Vice President
Libby Weith, Vice President of Finance


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