ACPA past president profile: May L. Cheney
May L. Cheney was a teacher appointment secretary at the University of California, Berkeley and served as ACPA's first president. Cheney and eleven other appointment secretaries attended the National Association of Deans of Women meeting as special guests in 1923, where the group of twelve met to discuss mutual concerns and to start a new organization, the National Association of Appointment Secretaries — NAAS. In February 1924, Cheney was elected the first president of NAAS, which is now known as ACPA.
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