Over the past few months, ACHD has been working on a new logo; one that more accurately reflects the current work ACHD does in support of, and on behalf of its Members. At their November meeting, the ACHD Board of Directors approved the new logo and today we are pleased to share it with you.
This logo expresses many different meanings; the four quadrants are intentionally non-rectangular to emphasize that our Members are unique, with their own local personalities; the icons within each quadrant are symbolic of the services ACHD provides.
This image symbolizes legislative advocacy
This image symbolizes educational programs
This image, showing a healthy heartbeat, symbolizes ACHD's focus on health care issues
Images of People
This image symbolizes our Members and the communities they serve
In addition to fitting together like a puzzle, the four symbols will allow us to brand activities. For example, Advocacy communications and Advocacy related activities may be labeled with the capitol dome in blue.
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