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ACSM Speakers

ACSM leaders, members and staff are available to present sessions at regional chapter meetings. In some cases, ACSM will provide funding for the speaker's travel. In other cases, the regional chapter is responsible for covering travel costs. Funding is dependent on program and budget implications. Contact Heather Turner to inquire whether a specific speaker would receive travel support from ACSM. The following speakers may be available:

ACSM Leaders

ACSM Officers and Board of Trustees members are often eager to present at regional chapter meetings. Contact Heather Turner to connect with specific ACSM leaders.

ACSM Staff

ACSM staff members may be available to present on a variety of topics including, but not limited to, certification, membership, fellowship, Exercise is Medicine®, ActivEarth, and ACSM policy initiatives. Contact Heather Turner to connect with relevant staff.

Cardiorespiratory Fitness Registry Board Members

The Cardiorespiratory Fitness Registry Board is working to establish a national registry for cardiorespiratory fitness and will expand to be more inclusive of many measures from cardiopulmonary exercise tests. The group recently published its first report to provide reference standards for cardiorespiratory fitness for the US adult population. Several members of the Cardiorespiratory Fitness Registry Board are ACSM members and leaders. If your chapter is looking for keynote/major session presenters for an upcoming meeting, members of the board would be available to present on this topic.  Please note that there is not any funding available from ACSM to support travel of these speakers. ACSM is simply making the Regional Chapters aware that these speakers have expressed an interest in presenting at upcoming meetings. For more information, contact Dr. Lenny Kaminsky.

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