NACADA ELP Class 2017-2019

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New Emerging Leaders and Mentors met on October 11, 2017 at the Annual Conference in St Louis to create partnerships and begin development, conversation, and group-building. Partners developed goals pertaining to leadership in NACADA and will continue their work together over the two-year program.

 Mentors

 Partnerships

 Leaders

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Nancy Roadruck
Kent State University

 

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Ivette Barbosa.jpgIvette Barbosa
Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis

Ivette's goals for the first ELP year are:

  • Increase engagement and inclusion of the Hispanic/Latino population globally
  • Become an active member in Region 5
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John Sauter
Niagara University
 

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Rhonda Christian.jpgRhonda Christian
Durham College

Rhondas goals for the first ELP year are:

  • NACADA Web Event: Core Competencies Webinars - Serve as member of the presenter panel for December 2017 and April 2018 webinars.
  • Collaborate on two presentation/poster proposals for 2018 Annual Conference
  • Collaborate with Canada Interest Group Chair to bring academic advisors at Canadian institutions to share best practices via virtual PD events for the year.
  • serve on Professional Development Committee (International Perspectives seat)
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Wendy Troxel
Kansas State University
 

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Twaina Harris,jpgTwaina Harris
Claflin University

Twaina's goals for the first ELP year are:

  • To publish a manuscript in the NACADA Journal
  • Serve on the Research Committee
    • Conduct a virtual common reader discussion that is open to all advisors, but highly promoted to advisors at HBCUs
  • Assist with launching an Emerging Scholar Mentoring Program
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Kyle Ross
Washington State University

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Brittany Hoover.jpgBrittany Hoover
University of Florida

Brittany's goals for the first ELP year are: 

  • Become a member of the ELP Advisory Board and/or the Inclusion and Engagement Committee.
  • Participate on the Region 4 Awards Committee and apply as the Awards Coordinator for 2018-2019.
  • Submit presentation proposals to the 2018 International Conference and/or the 2018 Annual Conference in Phoenix- First Gen or Pre Health based
  • Write an article for AAT and/or write a book review for NACADA

 

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Amy Korthank
University of Iowa

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Sarah Maddox.jpgSarah Maddox
Colorado State University

Sarah's goals for the first ELP year are:

  • Run for Region 10 Chair
  • Develop a universal design handout (or possibly webinar) to address accessibility issues at conferences
  • Identify another advising community to learn more about and get involved with
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Leah Panganiban
University of Washington
 

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Matt Markin.jpgMatthew Markin
California State University-San Bernardino

Matt's goals for the first ELP year are: 

  • Submit ELP presentation proposal for 2018 Region 9 Conference
  • Collaborate with other ELPers to submit a proposal for 2018 Annual Conference
  • Volunteer at the Region 9 and/or Annual Conference
  • Write an article for the NACADA blog or Academic Advising Today
  • Explore opportunities with NACADA committees
  • Serve on 2018 state conference steering committee and serve and chair of both Scholarship and Presentation Proposal committees.
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David Spight
University of California-Davis
 

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Tara Maloney.jpgTara Maroney
University of Bridgeport

Tara's goals for the first ELP year are: 

  • Run for Distance Advising for Online Education advising community chair for the 2018 – 2020 term
  • Publish an article in Academic Advising Today or the NACADA blog
  • Be an active member of the ELP Advisory Board Communications subcommittee, with the goal of becoming a member of the ELP Advisory Board
  • Participate in the 2019 planning committee for the Region 1 conference as program co-chair
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Brandan Lowden
Pikes Peak Community College
 

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Shanna Pendergrast.jpgShanna Pendergrast
University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Shanna's goals for the first ELP year are:

  • Write an article for AAT
  • Collaborate with other ELPers to submit a proposal for 2018 Annual Conference
  • Become an active member of the Assessment of Advising Commission
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Amanda Mather
Texas A&M University-Qatar
 

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Wendy Schindler.jpgWendy Schindler
Gateway Community & Technical College

Wendy's goals for the first ELP year are:

  • Submit proposal for 2018 Annual Conference with fellow ELPer
  • Submit ELP presentation proposal for 2018 Region 3 conference
  • Apply to serve on the ACD steering committee
  • Serve on the LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy community steering committee and lead efforts to create online professional development modules for advisors working with LGBTQA students
  • Serve on the IEC and create a working group to consider the inclusivity of the gender/sex question on the NACADA membership application
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Jennifer Joslin
Kansas State University
 

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CJ Venable.jpgCJ Venable
Kent State University

CJ's goal for the first ELP year are:

  • Submit a humanities-oriented article for publication in an academic advising venue
  • Begin writing on advisors and trans inclusion in the context of the NACADA Core Competencies
  • Advance diversity and inclusion in NACADA by joining a relevant committee or commission (Inclusion and Engagement, Advisor Training and Development, etc.)
  • Interview prior Theory, Philosophy, and History of Advising Commission Chairs to prepare to run for TPHC Chair in 2019