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Haley Diamond | Acting Executive Director 


Haley Diamond joined the Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) full time in March 2018 as the Manager, Program Development and Communications.  Diamond began serving as Acting Executive Director in October 2018  to develop and implement ACE’s core programs of Inhalant Abuse Prevention, Health and Well-Being, and Consumer Care. Diamond manages operations, ACE’s digital presence, and community outreach to implement and drive ACE’s overall mission.  Haley is an asset to the ACE team; her innovative and goal-oriented approach will be instrumental to ACE’s success as she leads the ACE program through a strategic growth phase.

Previously, Haley worked for the Household and Commercial Products Association (HCPA) as the Coordinator, Social Media and Digital Communications.  At HCPA, Haley focused on the developing their online voice to better connect with member companies and consumers.  She expanded the association’s social media platforms to communicate HCPA’s messages.  Haley is also a former ACE intern where she created content for ACE’s social media platforms, blog and website.  

Haley graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies specializing in International Media from American University.


Nicholas Fortin  | Student Associate 


Nicholas Fortin is a junior at Fitchburg State University majoring in Economics with a concentration in International Business. Fortin is a fall team member with the Government Relations Department of the Household & Commercial Products Association (HCPA). Fortin has a strong enthusiasm for understanding the economic system and has a plan for a career in government service. Studying policy and advocacy has given him the tools to be a bridge between HCPA and ACE as the organization tackles issues that matter most to consumers, individuals, and families. Fortin volunteers with his local chapter of the Special Olympics, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing athletic opportunities to differently-abled individuals.


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