NASP Elections

The NASP elections will be held from January 2 to January 23, 2019. NASP Members will be e-mailed a reminder to vote online or request a paper ballot.

Questions?

Please contact the NASP Office with questions.

President-Elect Candidates

Three one-year terms as president-elect, July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020; president, July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021; and past president, July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022

Terry Molony - President-Elect Candidate
Terry Molony, PsyD, NCSP (NJ)

Terry Molony, 2014 School Psychologist of the Year, loves the challenge of helping children flourish and advocating for families and schools. Terry, a life-long learner, translates new ideas into innovative practices, presenting on topics like Positive Psychology and Mindfulness. She finds inspiration and meaning through mentoring students and other professionals.

Video Intro/Statement 1
Statement 2 (PDF)
Statement 3 (PDF)

Wendy Price - President-Elect Candidate
Wendy Price, PsyD, NCSP (MA)

Wendy is in her second year as NASP Secretary. She has held several other NASP leadership positions, including Co-Chair of Membership, Delegate and Delegate Rep. Wendy works as a practitioner at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School in Whitman, MA. Awards include NASP Rookie of the Year and Massachusetts Friend of Children.

Video Intro
Statement 2 (PDF)
Statement 3 (PDF)

Mark Resnick - President-Elect Candidate
Mark Resnick, PhD, NCSP (FL)

School psychologist and supervisor for 38 years. MSPA (MD): President in 1991-92 and Chair of Professional Standards for 11 years. NASP: Convention Committee since 2004 and Co-Chair of the Professional Growth Committee from 2006-10. Nominated twice for the MSPA’s Outstanding Educator’s Award and received the a NASP President’s Award in 2008.

Video Intro
Statement 2 (PDF, Revised)
Statement 3 (PDF)

Treasurer Candidates

Three-year term beginning July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022

Mike Forcade - President-Elect CandidateMichael Forcade, EdD (OH)

Mike has worked as a school psychologist, supervisor, and director of student support services. In state leadership he was president, NASP delegate, and conference chair. His NASP leadership roles include serving as Ohio delegate, ethics committee chair, and eighteen years on the convention committee, which he for chaired seven years.

Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)
Statement 3 (PDF)

Misty Lay - President-Elect CandidateMisty Lay, NCSP (KY)

Misty Lay is a school psychologist from Kentucky. Misty was awarded the 2010 National School Psychologist of the Year. She served 6 years as a delegate to NASP and 3 years as a delegate representative to the NASP Board of Directors until 2018. Misty was recently appointed as NASP treasurer.

Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)
Statement 3 (PDF)

Delegate Candidates

Three-year term beginning July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022

Northeast Region (NE)

Delaware
Gabrielle (Gaby) Koury
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

New York
Peter Faustino
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Puerto Rico
Maria Rolon
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Vermont
Shannon Newell
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Southeast Region (SE)

North Carolina
Amy Ivey
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

South Carolina
Sandra Manning
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Tennessee
Aimee Holt
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Sarah McMillan
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Texas
Ashley Arnold
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Brook T. Roberts
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Laura Renken
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

West Virginia
Conrae Lucas-Adkins
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Central Region (C)

Indiana
Patsy Brock
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Missouri
Karah Chapman
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Oklahoma
Erika Stevens Olinger
Statement 1 (PDF)

South Dakota 
Roxana Uttermark
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Western Region (W)

Alaska
Joseph Reser
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Idaho
Teresa Fritsch
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Oregon
Mason Rivers
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Kristin Rush
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Karley Strouse
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)

Washington
Susan Ruby
Statement 1 (PDF)
Statement 2 (PDF)