Automation Federation’s Michael Marlowe earns NCDA legislative award |

Automation Federation’s Michael Marlowe earns NCDA legislative award

Automation Federation’s Michael Marlowe earns NCDA legislative award

July 17,2018 — The National Career Development Association (NCDA)—a non-profit organization that provides professional development expertise and resources to practitioners and educators—presented a Legislative Award to Michael Marlowe, the past Executive Director of the Automation Federation. The award was presented on 22 June 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona, at the NCDA Global Conference.

The NCDA Legislative Award recognizes an individual who has made a significant impact on policy or legislation related to the career development profession or to its recipients at the local, state, or national level.

In a press release announcing the award, NCDA recognized Marlowe’s long-standing contributions and collaboration: “Michael Marlowe has provided exemplary service and leadership in his role as co-chair of the NCDA Government Relations Committee. In his role at the Automation Federation, Mike established and supported a valuable collaborative effort with NCDA. Mike’s personal involvement and contacts with the White House and with key federal agencies, and his ability to utilize them to strengthen NCDA’s advocacy initiatives have produced results time and again. NCDA is pleased to honor Mike with the Legislative Award for his good work and effective leadership in advancing NCDA’s Government Relations initiatives.”


About the National Career Development Association

The National Career Development Association is a non-profit organization created to provide professional development, connection, and resources to its membership, all of whom hold positions within the career development field.

About The Automation Federation

The Automation Federation is a global umbrella organization of twenty (20) member organizations and seven working groups engaged in automation activities. The Automation Federation works to enable its members to more effectively fulfill their missions, advance the science and engineering of automation technologies and applications, and develop the workforce needed to capitalize on the benefits of automation.

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