In accordance with the Conference Bylaws, there are several committees that manage the business of the ACM FAccT Conference and shape its trajectory.
The ACM FAccT Executive Committee is responsible for high-level management of the conference. This includes soliciting bids for future conference locations and General Chairs; selecting Program Committee Chairs; providing institutional knowledge and support as necessary for conference organizers; organizing votes for the Steering Committee; and undertaking strategic initiatives. Executive Committee members typically serve a single two-year term.
Affiliations are listed for informational purposes only. Members do not represent their organizations. A funding disclosure from current EC members is available.
We are grateful to our previous members of the Executive Committee, who have given extensively of their time and energy to develop and grow the conference.
One of the key strategic goals of the ACM FAccT Conference is promoting diversity and inclusion. DEI Chairs work closely with all conference organizers towards this goal. DEI Chairs may serve two two-year terms.
Please contact email@example.com for questions about our DEI efforts.
One key tactic for achieving the diversity and inclusion goals of the ACM FAccT Conference is keeping registration costs very low, so that cost is not a hardship for those wishing to attend. The work of the ACM FAccT Sponsorship Chairs is to raise funds that can be used to offset conference costs and provide grants for conference attendees. They are responsible for cultivating new sponsors and maintaining relationships with existing sponsors. Furthermore, the Sponsorship Chairs are responsible for ensuring that new sponsors align with the strategic vision laid out in the Strategic Plan, and for communicating conference policy with sponsors. Sponsorship Chairs may serve two two-year terms.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about sponsorship.