Leadership Positions Eligible for Nominations

PRESIDENT*  (one-year term, October 2019 - October 2020)
The only eligible nominees for this position in this election are: Erin Justyna, Brett McFarlane, Nancy Roadruck, Cecilia Olivares, Megumi Makino-Kanehiro and Oscar van den Wijngaard

VICE PRESIDENT* (one-year term, October 2019 - October 2020)
The only eligible nominees for this position in this election are: Brett McFarlane, Nancy Roadruck, Cecilia Olivares, Megumi Makino-Kanehiro and Oscar van den Wijngaard

*NOTE: Per NACADA by-laws, the positions of President and Vice President will be elected by the membership from a slate of eligible Board of Directors members continuing their current terms. Additional nominees will not be solicited nor accepted.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
              3 positions available, three-year term each (October 2019 - October 2022)

DIVISION REPRESENTATIVES: (elected, two-year term: October 2019 - October 2021) 

  • Advising Community Division Representative 

REGION CHAIRS: (elected, two-year term: October 2019 - October 2021)

  • Region 1 - Northeast 
  • Region 3 - Mid-South
  • Region 5 - Great Lakes
  • Region 7 - South Central 
  • Region 9 -  Pacific 

ADVISING COMMUNITY CHAIRS: (elected, two-year term, October 2019 - October 2021)

  • Adult Learners
  • Advisor Training & Development
  • Appreciative Advising
  • Business Majors
  • Career Advising
  • Education Majors
  • First-Year Students
  • Global Engagement
  • Graduate and Professional Students
  • Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU's)
  • Large Universities
  • Liberal Arts Advisors
  • Native American and Tribal Colleges
  • Orientation Advising
  • Probation/Dismissal/Reinstatement Issues
  • Student Athletes
  • Technology in Advising
  • Theory, Philosophy, and History of Advising
  • Two-Year Colleges   

STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRS: (elected, two-year term, October 2019 - October 2021)

  • Awards
  • Inclusion and Engagement 
  • Sustainable NACADA Leadership

 For more information:

  • Leadership Position overviews (includes eligibility criteria, responsibilities, etc.)
  • Questions? Contact the NACADA Executive Office at (785) 532-2774.

POSITION DESCRIPTIONS & REQUIREMENTS


NOTE: Prior experience means 'has completed a full term prior to taking office'.  All candidates must be current General Members of NACADA. Associate Members (employed outside of nonprofit higher education institutions) are not eligible for elected positions of leadership within the Association.

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS — Board members are elected by the general membership and serve to direct the association through development and implementation of the strategic plan and the management of association resources.  Board members must have prior experience as a Chair of a Division level sub-unit (region, committee, community). Board members serve staggered three-year terms. Obligations include attendance at mid-year and Fall Board Meetings and participation in other Board meetings and teleconferences as called by the President.

DIVISION REPRESENTATIVES — Elected Division Representatives direct and lead the sub-units of their Division, and are elected by the Chairs whom they will represent within the Division.  They are supported by an additional Division Rep who is appointed by the President, and serves an alternate 2-year term (overlapping vs. concurrent).  All Division Reps serve on the NACADA Council. Division Reps must have prior experience as a Chair of a sub-unit within the respective Division.  Division Reps attend the meetings of the Division and the Council scheduled around the NACADA Annual Conference, a mid-year Council meeting, and teleconferences. 
The Administrative Division Rep must have previously served a full term as a Standing Committee Chair or Advisory Board Chair.
The Advising Community Division Rep must have previously served a full term as a Advising Community Chair. 
The Regional Division Rep must have previously served a full term as a Region Chair. 

REGION CHAIRS — Region Chairs are elected by their regional members and represent members of their specific region by bringing concerns of the region to the Division, informing the region of initiatives of the Association, facilitating communication within the region, and coordinating regional activities. Region Chairs attend Division meetings scheduled with the NACADA Annual Conference and lead regional meetings during regional conferences and during the Annual Conference. Region Chairs must be members of their region for at least one year prior to taking office.

ADVISING COMMUNITY CHAIRS —Advising Community (AC) Chairs are elected by their members to provide leadership for AC activities in support of their group's topic within the advising profession.  They coordinate the creation of the key resources and professional development opportunities that will help their member advisors better help students, while also supporting NACADA's Strategic Goals.  AC Chairs report to the Division Representatives and are directly supported by a Cluster Rep who serves as part of the Advising Communities Division Steering Committee. Prior to taking office, candidates must have completed the previous year as a member in the AC and be a current member in that group.

STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRS — Standing Committee Chairs are elected by their respective Committee members and provide leadership for Committee activities that focus on Association operations and are advisory to the Board of Directors. Committee Chairs represent the needs and concerns of that committee through the Administrative Division Reps. Committee Chairs coordinate committee activities and lead Committee meetings during the Annual Conference. Candidates must have completed a full term as a member of the Committee prior to taking office.

 

 

Nominations accepted from: September 4 to October 31, 2018

Nomination Form


If you have any questions about the elections, please contact the NACADA Executive Office at 785-532-2774 or nacada-elections@ksu.edu