Preserving the professional process server in North Carolina
NCAPPS Mission Statement
Dedicated to ensuring all North Carolina Process Servers are qualified and to further the profession by improving procedures, education and training for all servers in the state. To promote the profession in all courts, legal community and legislature and the general public. To insure that each member is of the highest integrity.
Letter from the President, Kimberly Hamilton
With a new year ahead of us, I am both excited and honored as President to lead NCAPPS on a journey of growth, education and success. Our association has progressed from the beginning stages of growth and organization to a higher level of being pro-active and carrying a strong voice for our profession and industry across the state.
As I begin my position as President, I always keep in mind that the success of NCAPPS is not possible without the continued support and participation of the current Board of Directors, our Immediate Past President, other state and national organizations, and most importantly, our very own members. I encourage each of our NCAPPS members to maximize the value of their membership by taking advantage of our meetings, educational events, marketing opportunities and networking resources. Many exciting goals have been set in place and events have been planned for the 2014-2015 year.
I personally invite all new, as well as seasoned members to share their views, experiences or expertise on process serving and to attend our meetings and conference calls. Together we will continue to grow, strengthen and protect our profession and make the upcoming year very successful for everyone.
I look forward to our work together to make this another NCAPPS memorable year!
Warmest Regards, NCAPPS President
Graham, North Carolina