Leadership positions in the National Communication Association

Jennifer Peeples's picture
Type of Call: 
Call for nominations
Deadline: 
April 15, 2013
Website: 
http://www.natcom.org/2013governancecall/

Hello everyone,
I am the Environmental Communication Division (ECD) representative on the National Communication Association (NCA) Committee on Committees.   The representatives’ role in this group is to get the right people in the right decision-making positions for NCA.
 
Over the past few years there have been a number of environmental issues raised, from choices of hotels, to printing the program, to questions of social justice.  Having ECD people in leadership positions can help with these types of decisions as well as being good public relations for our division. 
 
The three positions needing nominees are listed as follows.  Please feel free to self-nominate or nominate someone else who you think would be willing and effective in these leadership positions. 
 
Email me directly at jennifer.peeples@usu.edu and I will be happy to send on further details on the positions (specific requirements, time commitments, etc.) as well as nomination materials. 
 
Best,
 
Jen Peeples
Associate Professor
Utah State University
 
SecondVice President
The elected Second Vice President will assume office on January 1, 2015, plan the 2016
NCA annual convention and serve as NCA president in 2017.
 
AtLarge Members of the Legislative Assembly
At‐Large Members of the Legislative Assembly are elected to a 3‐year term to begin
January 1, 2015. The Legislative Assembly meets as a body each year in tandem with NCA’s annual meeting and is the principal policy making body of the Association.  With more than 8,000 NCA members, the Legislative Assembly serves a key liaison function between the leadership and the broader membership.
 
At-Large Members of the Committee on Committees
At-Large Members of the Committee on Committees are elected to a 2-year term to begin January 1, 2015. The Committee on Committees nominates members to the Legislative Assembly to fill vacancies on association standing committees, boards, and such other vacant positions within the association governance.
 

 

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