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What does NBA stand for?

NBA stands for National Board of Advisors

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He created and moderates the annual AICPA Conference on Tax Strategies for the High-Income Individual, serves on three editorial boards, and is a member of the National Board of Advisors for the New York University Law School Graduate Tax Program.
until December 2011, a University and K-12 enterprise software applications company; the board of directors of Kidzui, a safe children's Internet search and education site; the board of directors of Genyous Omnitura, a cancer drug development company; is a member of the National Board of Advisors of the University of Arizona School of Business; and is an Emeritus member of the University of Wisconsin School of Business Advisors.
The JIMC staff is interested in articles relating to the following topics: * Industry IMC trends (IMC in action) * International perspectives on IMC * Agency/client point/counterpoint * IMC and crisis management, acquisitions, and mergers * Emerging media and message delivery technology * ROI measurement practices and quantification of success measures * Customer-centric planning, segmenting and aggregation Abstract Submission Process and Deadline: All abstracts are due by April 20, 2007 and will be chosen through a blind review by a national board of advisors.
To assist in developing an article concept, the JIMC staff suggests potential authors review the following topics of interest: --Industry IMC trends (IMC in action) --International perspectives on IMC --Agency/client point/counterpoint --IMC and crisis management, acquisitions and mergers --Emerging media and message delivery technology --ROI measurement practices and quantification of success measures --Customer-centric planning, segmenting and aggregation Abstract Submission Process and Deadline All abstracts are due by Monday, April 17, 2006 and will be chosen through a blind review by a national board of advisors.