DETROIT — Former Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer has become a National Association of Corporate Directors Fellow, the highest level of credentialing for corporate directors and corporate governance professionals.
As an NACD Fellow, Archer, the chairman emeritus of Dickinson Wright PLLC, has demonstrated his knowledge of the leading trends and practices that define exemplary corporate governance today and has committed to developing professional insights through a sophisticated course of ongoing study.
“We are proud to announce that Dennis W. Archer has joined NACD’s credentialed directors and has taken the next step in the pursuit of boardroom excellence,” said Ken Daly, president and CEO of NACD. “Our fellows help advance the highest standards for those who serve in the boardroom, strengthening our businesses and driving director professionalism. The impact of this program is unmatched and they should be commended for their ongoing commitment to their own professional development.”
Candidates for NACD’s Fellowship Program complete a strong foundation course which focuses on topical matters and committee-specific issues, followed by additional NACD education within a 12-month period. NACD Fellows renew their status every year, maintaining and advancing their knowledge with continuous learning and peer-led collaboration.
NACD Fellows represent hundreds of companies and provide a snapshot of the caliber of corporate directors engaged in continuous learning with NACD – the leading organization that identifies, interprets and provides insight and information that boardroom leaders rely upon to apply their wisdom and knowledge and make sound strategic decisions.