My name is Dillon Harp and I serve as the Grassroots Organizer at ACA. I have been in this position for four years! Within this role, I handle the grassroots and political advocacy efforts for the association. If you have not seen an email or received a phone call from me in the past, I am sure you will soon.
I currently hold a bachelor's degree from Louisiana State University (Geaux Tigers) and a master's degree from Arkansas State University. Prior to joining ACA, I worked on Capital Hill and on a Senatorial Campaign. In my free time I enjoy watching sports (College & MLB) and spending time with loved ones.
If you need to contact me for any reason please email me or you can call me at 703-823-9800 x202.
My Name is Guila Todd and I am the Legislative Representative in the Government Affairs department here at ACA. I have been with ACA for seven years. I have a varied background. I attended Hampton University and graduated with an undergraduate degree in Political Science. After graduation I worked for the Justice Department's office of Legislative Affairs. Then moved on to work at ABC news as a researcher. After leaving ABC news I worked in local government with the District of Columbia under then Mayor Anthony Williams.
Primarily my advocacy work for ACA has been in the education space. I work mostly on school counseling and career counseling issues, however I have experience working on all legislative issues that affect the counseling community.
If you would like to contact me, please send me an email or call me at 703-823-9800 x354.
I focus on state government legislation and issues such as licensure boards and portability as well as what’s happening on Capitol Hill and in the federal agencies. I have a psychology degree from the University of Colorado and I have been at ACA for two years. Prior to that I worked on Capitol Hill for Senator Daniel Moynihan of New York and Senator Mark Pryor of Arkansas. I have also worked at several government affairs firms.
You can follow what the government affairs team is doing on the Government Affairs Blog and help by being our eyes and ears on counseling issues in your state government. If you have questions or information you would like to share, contact me via email.