New DSA Member Portal Now Accessible

You may notice some changes in the DSA as we get set to roll out our new web site design. Even before the website looks any different, you can find out about some of the changes we’re making. Please visit our new Member Portal when you have a chance.

Here’s what you can do there:

The first time you log into the Member Portal, you’ll need to reset your password. Once there, we encourage you to Update your Profile, including the content that appears in the DSA Membership Directory.

The new user interface and front end will be rolled out in the next few months, giving you greater access to member-only resources, enabling us all to share more information about this dynamic practice, and giving us new ways to pull together as a community.

The DSA is already using this new platform to expand the impact of the DSA. As we get the new system fully up and running, we welcome your insights and ideas. Many thanks for your support as we make this transition as smoothly as possible.


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