Governance and Leadership
The Association of Community Cancer Centers is governed by its bylaws and by its Board of Trustees, House of Delegates, and fourteen committees.
ACCC's governing bodies are made up of volunteers committed to promoting quality cancer care in the community cancer care setting. Volunteers represent all members of the multidisciplinary care team, and represent programs ranging from small community practices, stand-alone cancer programs, hospital-based cancer programs, and large academic medical centers.
To learn more about ACCC's governance and leadership, follow the links below. Click here to learn how you can become involved as an ACCC volunteer.
The House of Delegates is ACCC’s policy-making body. Delegates represent each of ACCC's Cancer Program Members.
The Board of Trustees is ACCC's governing body. The Board of Trustees consists of 15 elected members: President, President-Elect, Immediate Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, and ten trustees. Eligibility is based upon nomination by ACCC’s Nominating Committee or by self-declaring for office. The Board of Trustees meets in person three times a year, as well as by conference call, and is responsible for the Association’s administrative and financial management.
Many of the Association’s functions are handled by its committees. ACCC also has official liaisons to several national medical and health care organizations.