Founder of AI-Powered Conversational Outreach Platform Named to the Executive Committee of Consumer Advocacy Organization
Drips, the founders of an industry-leading AI-powered conversational outreach platform, announced today that the company’s CEO and Co-Founder, Aaron Christopher “A.C.” Evans, was appointed to the Executive Committee of the Professional Association for Customer Engagement (PACE) Board of Directors.
On January 12, PACE, the only non-profit trade association dedicated exclusively to the advancement of companies that engage with customers via the contact center, announced its acquisition of the Consumer Consent Council (formerly Leads Council), an association that serves companies in the lead generation industry. Both organizations support business success by promoting effective and compliant best practices for customer engagement.
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Prior to his appointment, Evans served as a board member of the Consumer Consent Council for the past several years.
As a result of the acquisition, 13 members of the Consumer Consent Council Board of Directors will join the PACE board in combined leadership to provide high-level vision and industry insight. Eight board members, including Evans, have been appointed to serve as executive committee members.
Evans is committed to establishing SMS best practices and bridging the gap between companies and their audiences through conversational outreach. Through his leadership, Drips has been at the forefront of best practices and compliance since it launched its first-to-market conversational AI platform in 2016.
“The merger is an exciting milestone that benefits our combined mission of helping to ensure proper compliance and consumer privacy in the customer engagement industry. I look forward to serving with my fellow board members who advocate for consumers alongside a growing community of enterprises who believe in the PACE mission of efficient, transparent consumer-first experiences,” stated Evans.
“As a member of the Consumer Consent Council Board of Directors, A.C. played a key role in helping us focus our mission at the federal and state levels to advocate for business growth while supporting ethical best practices. We look forward to A.C.’s continued vision and industry leadership to facilitate exceptional consumer experiences,” said Rob Seaver, Executive Director, PACE.
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