Chuhak & Tecson shareholder elected to NAC board of directors

January 7, 2009

Mark E. Broaddus, shareholder with the Chicago Loop law firm of Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., has been elected to a two-year term on the board of directors for the National Accreditation Council for Agencies Serving People With Blindness or Visual Impairment (NAC). NAC is the standard-setting and accrediting body that works with agencies and schools that provide services and programs to people who are blind.

In this role, Broaddus is one of over 20 directors responsible for developing standards that promote effective and publicly accountable programs of service; ensuring through the accreditation process that standards are met by those seeking accreditation; and giving public recognition to agencies and schools in compliance with the standards of accreditation.

Broaddus, an attorney for 18 years, concentrates his practice in estate and trust administration, with an emphasis on litigation. He assists families and institutions in planning and resolving issues related to death, dying and disability. Broaddus received his undergraduate degree from University of Kentucky, Lexington, and his juris doctor degree from University of Louisville School of Law.