CASP Conference Ally Program
Supporting our conference attendees
CASP acknowledges and understands the diversity, equity, and inclusion concerns of our attendees, and we want to assure everyone that our conference is open to all and committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment for everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or disability.
The CASP Conference Ally Program is intended to support conference attendees who may feel uncomfortable taking full advantage of the in-person conference experience alone.
Would you like to contact a conference ally?
If you are attending the 2023 CASP Conference in Tampa Bay and would like to contact an ally, you can download the list of allies below. Attendees requesting the support of an ally are responsible for contacting them and making their own arrangements to meet.
Please note that CASP cannot guarantee the availability of an ally. Allies are volunteer attendees who have agreed to provide support and assistance, but they may not be able to respond immediately or be available at all times due to their own schedules and commitments.
Do you want to be a conference ally?
As a volunteer conference ally, you may be asked to join fellow conference attendees at conference events or related activities in the Tampa Bay community (e.g., lunch, dinner, sightseeing).
If you are attending the 2023 CASP Conference in Tampa Bay and are interested in volunteering as an ally, please complete the information requested below.
To protect your privacy, this page and the link to Conference Allies' contact information do not appear in the CASP website navigation menu. These pages' URLs have only been shared with 2023 CASP Conference registrants.
We appreciate your support of CASP and your fellow conference attendees!
Volunteer as a Conference Ally
Don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions about the CASP Conference Ally Program.