NACADA ELP Class 2013-2015

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"Mid-term" Emerging Leaders and Mentors met on Oct 10, 2014 at the Annual Conference in Minneapolis to share the successes and challenges of the first year of their journey. Partners reviewed and revised goals as they moved into the second year of their program.

 Mentors

 Partnerships

 Leaders

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Kathy Stockwell
retired, Fox Valley Technical College
kathy_stockwell@att.net

Amanda Hodges.jpg Amanda Hodges
College of The Albemarle
amanda_hodges@albemarle.edu

Amanda's goals for her first ELP year are:

  • Increase participation in the Two-Year Colleges Commission
  • develop initiative to increase association membership from 2-year institutions
  • present a collaborative CIG-sponsored webinar or other presentation
  • Introduce NACADA to high school counselors and encourage their participation
  • submit an article to AAT or the Journal
  • develop a buddy system / network to pair new members with veteran members
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Jennifer Hodges 
New Mexico State University
(formerly University of North Texas)
jphodges@ad.nmsu.edu 

Ashley and Jen.jpg Ashley Racine.jpgAshley Racine
Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing
ashley_racine2@bshsi.org

Ashley's goals for her first ELP year are:

  • Participate in the 2015 Region 2 Conference Planning Committee
  • Take an active role in the Students with Disabilities Commission
  • Collaborate with other health professions institutions to share best practices
  • Help faculty at my institution become more involved with NACADA
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Vince Kloskowski
Saint Joseph’s College of Maine
vkloskow@sjcme.edu

Autumn and Vince.jpg Autumn Parker.jpgAutumn Parker
University of Arkansas
aparker@walton.uark.edu

Autumn's goals for her first ELP year are:

  • Submit conference proposals for Region 7 and 2014 Annual Conference
  • Join the High School to College Interest Group
  • Participate on the conference committee for regional and/or annual conference
  • Begin work on a publication related to the links between recruitment and advising
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Patricia Griffin
Fort Hays State University
pgriffin@fhsu.edu

Brian and Patti.jpg Brian Koslowski.jpgBrian Koslowski
Brandeis University
bkoslow@brandeis.edu

Brian's goals for his first ELP year are:

  • As Massachusetts state liaison, create a spring 2014 drive-in
  • Increase involvement, run for chair of Advising High Achieving Students Commission
  • Submit conference proposals for 2014 Annual Conference
  • Participate in 2015 Region 1 conference planning committee
  • Learn about assessment in academic advising and conduct a research project with internationals student population at my institution
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Patty Pedersen
Carbon County Higher Education Center
ppedersen@cchec.org

Brooke and Patty.jpg Brooke Whiting.jpgBrooke Whiting
Washington State University 
bwhiting@wsu.edu

Brooke's goals for her first ELP year are:

  • Region 8 conference chair (or co-chair)
  • Research a topic and become an expert on that issue (TBD)
  • Present at a national conference
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Jennifer Joslin
Kansas State University
jejoslin@ksu.edu


Craig and Jennifer.jpg Craig McGill.jpgCraig McGill
Florida International University
cmmcgill@fiu.edu

Craig's goals for his second ELP year are: 

  • Join the NACADA Research Committee; apply for a NACADA Research grant
  • As FLACADA chair, oversee 2015 drive-in, creation of bylaws for the future of the association, identify and mentor my successor
  • Work with the Sustainable Leadership Committee; informational interviews with leaders; take active steps to explore leadership opportunities in the association; look at the elections platforms
  • Develop and deliver a workshop for advisors
  • Begin to develop the outline and draft of the LGBTQ yet-to-be-titled digest
  • Finish my interviews and begin coding my research on the professionalization of academic advising
  • Continue to develop my advising-related publications
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Les Riding-In
University of Texas-Arlington
ridingin@uta.edu

Dina and Les.jpg Dina Bartoloni.jpgDina Bartoloni
Chapman University
bartolon@chapman.edu

Dina's goals for her first ELP year are: 

  • Increase Region 9 involvement
  • submit a proposal for Region 9 conference presentation
  • investigate potential contribution to the Clearinghouse
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Anita Carter
Wayne State University
acarter@wayne.edu

Henrietta and Anita.jpg Henrietta Genfi.jpgHenrietta Genfi
Bentley University
hgenfi@bentley.edu

Henrietta's goals for her first ELP year are:

  • Actively engage in the Diversity Committee; contribute to subcommittee work
  • Research and become more engaged in a NACADA International initiative

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Heather Doyle
Dalhousie University
heather.doyle@dal.ca

Michelle and Heather.jpg Michelle Ware.jpgMichelle Ware
University of Notre Dame 
Michelle.Ware@nd.edu

Michelle's goals for her first ELP year are:

  • Join and/or actively participate in the Diversity Committee, NCAA Advisory Board, Advising Student Athletes Commission, Advising First Year Students Interest Group 
  • Present at annual, regional, or state conference
  • Learn more about Appreciative Advising
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Barbara Mohrle
Southern Methodist University
bmohrle@cox.smu.edu

Rachel and Barbara.jpg Rachel Kirk.jpgRachel Kirk
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
rachel.kirk@tamucc.edu

Rachel's goals for her secondt ELP year are: 

  • Send out survey to NACADA members; compile results
  • Find out if results can be posted on NACADA website (possibly in New Advisors section)
  • Write article for NACADA Journal based on the results
  • Be an active co-chair for the High School to College Advising Interest Group, working with the members towards the goals determined by the group

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