Change in Requirements for Elected Officers
NASP’s Leadership Assembly approved changes regarding eligibility and qualifications for President-Elect, Secretary, and Treasurer, to be implemented in the fall 2022 election cycle. View this Communiqué article for details.
Self-nominations are accepted from any eligible NASP member wishing to seek election as a NASP officer or delegate. Delegate candidates must have their official NASP mailing address be the state or territory wherein they are seeking election. With many working and living in different states, it is important to note that NASP goes by where official Association mailings are sent (i.e., the state or territory that the member’s Communiqué is mailed to would be the state or territory wherein they are eligible to run for delegate).
The Elections Committee Chair must receive an email from the candidate (nominations are not accepted from anyone other than the candidate) stating their intent to run for a specific office (i.e., President-elect or a state delegate) by midnight Pacific time on September 15. All potential candidates must contact the Nominations and Elections Chair personally via email. All self-nominations must be sent to Stephen E. Brock, NASP Nominations and Elections Chair at email@example.com.
As has been the case in the past, we will again conduct a video interview of all President-Elect candidates. This will occur sometime in the fall of 2020. In addition, the President-Elect candidates and all delegate candidates will be asked to submit in writing responses to specific questions developed by the Nominations and Elections Committee.
The positions open for election (with three-year terms beginning on July 1, 2021) are as follows:
Three one-year terms as President-Elect, July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022; President, July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023; and Past-President, July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024
Three-year term from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2024
*Indicates that the current delegate has reached the term limit and is not eligible to run again
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