The Mid-Atlantic Region consists of the following states - Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington D.C. The Region has one Regional Representative and each state has a State Representative to promote NACADA and academic advising within the region and state; please contact any individual on the Board for more information regarding state and/or regional information.

I am delighted to have the opportunity to serve as your chair and invite you to join with me in moving our region forward. We would like to focus our energy on increasing our membership through outreach to student, faculty and community college advisors and recognizing our members through the NACADA Awards program and the Region 2 Awards program. These goals are achievable with your help. Please consider volunteering your time and expertise.There are many opportunities to volunteer at the local, state and regional level and everyone is invited. Please contact me and I will help you get connected. Volunteering is a great way to meet colleagues and network, not to mention, a good way to have fun.

2013 Region Approved By-Laws 

Region Chair

Karen Lewis, University of Maryland, (301)-405-3825

Steering Committee

Amber King, Delaware Technical Community College, Delaware Liaison (2017-2019)
Mark Costello, Drexel University, Eastern Pennsylvania Liaison (2015-2019)
Dawn Coder, Penn State University-University Park, Western Pennsylvania Liaison (2017-2019)
Liz Sutton, University of Pennslyvania, Communications Chair (2016-2020)
Karen Watson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia State Liaison (2015-2019)
Bob Bullard, Rowan University, New Jersey Liaison (2016-2018)
Justin Williams, American University, District of Columbia Liaison (2016-2018)
Adaire Parker, University of Maryland, Maryland Liaison (2015-2019)
Tania Alvarez, Old Dominion University, Awards Chair (2017-2019)
Gavin Farber, Temple University, Membership and Mentor Coordinator (2018-2020)  
Andrew Millin, Mercer County Community College, Site Selection Coordinator (2018-2020)

Conference Co-Chairs - 2019

Bob Bullard, Rowan University, (856) 256-4415 
Beth Rey, Rowan University, (856) 256-5871 

Conference Committee 2019

Nicole Weir, Best of Region Chair, Montclair State University
Keisha Griffin, Concurrent Session/Meeting Logistics Chair, Union County College
Jarrett Kealey, Exhibits & Donations Chair, Rowan College at Burlington County
Sean Hendricks, Feedback & Evaluations Chair, Rowan University
Mayra Arroyo, Hospitality Chair, Rowan University
Dorothy Abruzzo-Klumpp, Hospitality Chair, Rowan University
Michele Applegate, Poster Session Chair, Rowan College at Burlingotn County
Amanda Carcione, Program Planning/Conference Booklet Chair, Montclair State University
Stephen Waniak, Promotions Chair, Mercer County Community College
George Rey, Proposals Chair, Rowan College at Gloucester County
Meghan Ingstrup, Transportation Chair, Rutgers University
Sheri Rodriguez, Volunteer/Technology Chair, University of Delaware

Region 2 Operating Principles

Mission and Purpose

NACADA Mission: NACADA promotes student success by advancing the field of academic advising globally. We provide opportunities for professional development, networking and leadership for our diverse membership

The Purpose of the Region: The Region’s purpose is to support NACADA’s mission by facilitating professional development activities, networking opportunities, leadership development, and member recruitment and service for the membership within their geographic area.

The regions propose activities to support academic advisors, faculty advisors and advising administrators within their geographic regions. Region members conduct annual region conferences, state, province or area drive-ins, promote NACADA membership and develop programs which fit the needs of their specific region.

Region Chairs, working with their steering committees, lead the functions of the regions. The following operating principles outline the responsibilities of the Region Steering Committee in accomplishing the work of the region and supporting NACADA’s mission.  

Here is a complete set of the Region 2 Operating Principles