Neeb, ACA International’s CEO since 2018, recently announced his intention to retire. His last day at ACA will be in December.
ACA International CEO Mark Neeb informed the ACA Board of Directors this week that he will be retiring from his position effective Dec. 31, 2021.
Neeb has served as CEO since Feb. 12, 2018. Before that, he was president and CEO of neebEDU, a debt recovery company serving the student loan market he founded in 2014, and president and CEO of The Affiliated Group, a nationally licensed receivables management firm.
“ACA wishes Mark well in his retirement,” said ACA President Kevin Baich, vice president of Day Knight & Associates. “Speaking on behalf of the ACA Board of Directors, we appreciate his dedicated leadership and wish him nothing but the best. ACA is stronger today because of his work.”
In his time as CEO, Neeb led a turnaround of the association and tirelessly promoted the best interests of the industry, always with the goal of helping members succeed.
“It’s been an honor serving this great association and I’ll always be grateful for the relationships I’ve forged among staff and members,” Neeb said. “I’m looking forward to having the time to spend with family and on other personal interests. I’m confident that the great team at ACA will continue the mission of helping members succeed in the most professional of ways.”
A search for Neeb’s successor is underway. ACA’s Board of Directors formed a Search Committee for the CEO position and expects there will be no disruption in member services.
Read Neeb’s May 2018 profile in Collector magazine, “Off to a Running Start,” here.