Arizona Council of Engineering and Scientific Associations

The Organization

The ACESA newsletter is published every now and then. To ensure privacy, the mailing list is administred by the MailChimp email service.


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The Hammond Collection at SMECC.

ACESA was created in the 1950s by the leaders of various professional societies in the Phoenix valley to coordinate and enhance their ability to achieve their individual society objectives. ACESA continues to support the societies by operating as an umbrella organization and providing a communications infrastructure.

History And Structure

The Structure of the ACESA Organization

The members of ACESA come from divers groups, and include Professional Societies, Trade Associations, Corporations, Individuals and other entities. The ACESA infrastructure is dedicated to facilitating the interchange of information, promoting individual members activities and generally helping members attain their individual objectives.

Past Presidents

More than 35 men and women have served as the chair of ACESA.

History of the Arizona Council of Engineering and Scientific Associations

Our thanks to Everett Greenli for compiling this compendium.

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