SACAC Special Interest Groups (SIGs) nurture diversity in our association by providing “micro” communities within which members can network and add value to their SACAC membership experience. These smaller group meetings allow knowledge sharing and discussion among members with similar professional roles, interests, affinities or issues.
It’s easy to get involved in a Special Interest Group. SIGs meet in person during the annual conference, and many SIGs wishing to stay connected throughout the year meet virtually in late May, early December, and February. These opportunities are advertised on the SACAC website calendar and announced in “What’s Coming Wednesday” communication sent directly to SACAC members.
Check out our current SIGs below and contact us if you want to lead a SIG, start a new SIG, or have any questions.
- Asian American & Pacific Islander
- Led by Veena Rao, The Summit College Counseling
- Black/African American
- Campus Partners & Recruiters (Those outside of the Admission Office who help admissions: individual college recruiters within a University, Honors College reps, scholarship reps
- Campus Programmers & Campus Tour Guides
- Led by Erin Chadwick, Calvary Day School
- Led by Krystal Livington, Emerson College
- Community-based Organizations
- Led by Rose Lllanos, Lynn University
- Independent Educational Consultants
- Led by Deb Ryan, Empower Triangle Tutoring and Kim Stodgill, Stoghill College Consulting
- International Students
- Performing Arts
- Private School Counselors
- Public School Counselors
- Led by Cindy Murphy, University of Georgia
- Regional Recruiters
- Rural/Small Town
- Led by Jeremy Kasten, Brookwood School
- Working Parents & Other Master Jugglers