The AAA Annual Conference is an event that takes months of planning and the collaboration of many incredible volunteers and Academy members. The AAA Program Committee is charged with enhancing the educational value of the annual conference, setting the standard for learning opportunities, and designing a program that is broad and cross-sectional across specialties. Our incredible program committee members drive innovative teaching and learning methods, and identify high-quality abstract submissions and sessions speakers.
So, who are these hard-working volunteer members?
For AAA 2023+HearTECH Expo, we are honored to have Brenna Carroll, AuD, as the 2023 Program Committee chair. A native of Seattle, Brenna is passionate about the city and the conference. You can watch the video below to hear directly from Brenna about the vision for this years’ conference and how we have incorporated the innovative vibe of Seattle.
Other program committee members include the chairs of our all-important subcommittees, without whom the review of hundreds of session and poster submissions would not be possible. We thank these chairs for their guidance, and the subcommittee members for all their hard work!
We are also pleased for the continuing guidance of those who know the conference best, our past AAA Program Committee chairs. Their insight and continued involvement is most welcome and appreciated.
If you’re interested in helping to craft the programming for AAA 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia, the call for applications for program subcommittee positions is now open.
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