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Privacy Policy

    Thank you for visiting the Ardmore Personnel Roundtable’s (“APR”) internet website, We hope you are able to find information of interest to you about our organization. If you have any comments on how we might improve our site, please let us know at

    We respect your privacy when you visit our site. If you want to be an anonymous visitor, you can be. In certain limited circumstances, described below, we may need personal information from you. If you provide this information to us, we will handle it as set forth in the policy.

    When you visit a website, the operator of the site can obtain certain, limited information about you and your computer. Internet browsers create small text files called "cookies". Cookies store information about the choices you make while visiting a website, and about your computer. For example, the cookie created while you visit our site will tell what pages you access at However, cookies do not reveal, nor are we able to ascertain, your email address, your name, or any other personal information about you; we can obtain this information only if you give it to us. If cookies are of concern to you, most internet browsers allow you to decide which internet sites (if any) can create them. In fact, most browsers allow you to disable all cookies. We encourage you to learn more about cookies through the “Help” feature of your browser.

    We currently use, or may use in the future, other tools to monitor internet traffic. These tools do not collect personal information about you. You can voluntarily disclose personal information to us through membership application or other forms which may become available at To update or revise information you have previously submitted, please email

    If you have questions or comments about our organization, and if you would like to receive a response from us, we’ll need your name and address. If you want an electronic response, we only need your email address. In all cases, your personal information will be confined within APR, or affiliated SHRM organizations. APR will hold your information in confidence. We will not disclose your information to other entities or organizations without your approval, unless we are required to do so by law, government inquiry or other legal proceedings.

    We may provide links to the websites of third parties. We are not responsible for the content of these sites, or for the policies or procedures of the organizations that operate them. While we strive to provide links to reputable organizations, we urge you to exercise caution in linking to third party sites.

    We may revise this Privacy Policy from time to time. You are encouraged to visit it periodically if privacy issues are of interest to you.