There are seven chapter advocates (CAs) who serve on the Chapter Advocacy Council (CAC). Each CA is an advocate for an assigned region or regions for three years. Each year, 3rd year CAs rotate off the CAC and rotate onto the board of directors.
The CAs' primary responsibilities are to attend and coordinate specified regional meetings and to attend all board and chapter advocate meetings, where the CA serves as the voice of the chapters. They also support faculty advisors and offer assistance/encouragement to chapters with special circumstances, such as chapters on probation, petitioning chapters, and chapters in danger of going on probation.
The NASBA Center for the Public Trust has been long time supporters and partners of Beta Alpha Psi. We have found BAP students have a vested interested in ethics and leadership. Thank you for keeping these top priority and setting a good example in the business community.
NASBA Center for the Public Trust