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ACA International Council of Delegates Elects Jacob Corlyon as Newest Board Member


On July 28, ACA International’s Council of Delegates elected Jacob Corlyon, co-founder, and CEO of CCMR3, to serve on its Board of Directors.

ACA International is a leading association for credit and collection professionals. The organization, which represents more than 230,000 industry employees, establishes ethical industry standards, produces a wide variety of products, services, and publications, and articulates the value of the credit and collection industry to businesses, policymakers, and consumers.

“ACA has been a leading voice within the collection industry, not only as an advocate for collection professionals, but also working to lead the charge in evolving our industry with the times,” said Jacob Corlyon, CEO of CCMR3 and latest ACA Board Member. “I am thrilled to work alongside other decision makers, and industry peers to make lasting impact for agencies, creditors and consumers across the country.”

The ACA Council of Delegates, elected by the units and divisions, represents constituencies, and has the primary responsibilities of electing the ACA Board of Directors and approving amendments to the association’s bylaws.

ACA’s Board of Directors governs the affairs, activities, and concerns of the association. The board consists of up to 15 voting members with staggered terms, plus the CEO and past president as nonvoting members.

“The ACA Board of Directors plays a critical role in helping members succeed by driving the association forward to ensure that it retains its position as the leading voice of the accounts receivable management industry,” said ACA CEO Mark Neeb. “I truly appreciate the new members stepping into these valuable volunteer leadership roles and helping lead us into the future after a tough year for businesses and consumers. Furthermore, I look forward to working with the returning members and new officers as we continue the great work we’ve started in the last year.”

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