National Creditors Bar Association Elects New Board Members and President-Elect

UNIVERSITY PARK, Fla. --  National Creditors Bar Association elected a new President-elect and six Board of Directors Members on October 12, 2018. They were sworn in at the NCBA 2018 Fall Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.


Mark Groves is a Member and Managing Attorney of the Collections Department of Glasser and Glasser, P.L.C., which practices statewide in Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Mark has served as a member of the Virginia Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee for Electronic Filing. He has previously served as a panelist at the Federal Trade Commission’s roundtable on Legal Debt Collection in Washington, D.C. and has presented on a variety of topics related to fair, ethical and professional debt collection. Mark previously served as Treasurer and was a member of the NCBA Board of Directors prior to his election as President-elect. He has served on many NCBA committees, including Government & Regulatory Affairs, SCBA Forum, Budget & Finance, Professional Standards & Grievance, Strategic Planning, PACCA and Membership. Mark is the 2017 recipient of the NCBA President’s Award for his service to the association.

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