Elections

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Results for the NASP 2023 elections are below, with the exception of the Alabama state delegate position which ended in a tie. Alabama members who were eligible for the general election will be contacted in the coming weeks to vote in the run-off election. In the meantime, see the two candidates' statements below. 

President-Elect—2023–2024

Three one-year terms as president-elect, July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024; president, July 1, 2024 to June 30, 2025; and past president, July 1, 2025 to June 30, 2026

Peter FaustinoPeter Faustino
Dr. Peter Faustino has worked in public schools for over 25 years. He serves on NASP's Board of Directors, is a regional representative of GPR, and previously NASP's Autism Interest Group coordinator. Peter has led his home state as president, NASP delegate, and in several other positions since graduate school.

Statement 1A (Video)
Statement 1B (Video)
Statement 1C (Video)
Statement 2
Statement 3

Secretary

Three-year term from July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2026

Karen ApgarKaren Apgar
Currently NASP Secretary, Dr. Apgar previously served as Western delegate representative to the NASP Board and NASP delegate for Oregon. She is her district's school psychological services coordinator and crisis response lead. She also teaches graduate research methods and writing. Dr. Apgar enjoys researching genealogy and talking about her kids.

Statement 1
Statement 2
Statement 3

State Delegates

Three-year term from July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2026
*Indicates a contested election

Central Region

Illinois
Carrie Emrikson*

Iowa
Teresa Moery

Michigan
Jim Corr

Minnesota
Annie Hansen-Burke

Wisconsin
Brooke Soupenne*

Northeast Region

Maine
Mary MacLennan

New Hampshire
Kate O. Salvati

Pennsylvania
David Lillenstein

Rhode Island
Erica Perkins

Southeast Region

Alabama*
This election ended in a tie and there will be run-off. See candidate statements below.
Stephanie Corcoran
Statement 1
Statement 2

Tricia Daniel
Statement 1
Statement 2

Georgia
Susan Bryant

Louisiana
Brandon Wilks

Mississippi
Rachel Mitchell

Western Region

Colorado
Julie Bolding*

Montana
Andy Mogan

New Mexico
Isai Navarrete

Wyoming
Keri Prichard