Volunteer Leadership Openings

NASP leadership is comprised of the Board of Directors, the Leadership Assembly, committees, boards, task forces and panels appointed to advance the work of the association. View an overview of the leadership structure and a list of committees and boards to learn more.

Generally, opportunities to join committees, boards, and task forces are posted on the Member Exchange. Most positions are advertised in the spring, with appointments typically beginning July 1. Current openings are below. We are also including position statement writing team opportunities when available.

NASP Communications Committee

The NASP Communications Committee is seeking a new member to serve for a three-year term. The committee is responsible for creating the theme and resources for National School Psychology Week, developing relevant articles for the Communiqué, and crafting a variety of resources for the NASP website. Deadline to apply is January 31, 2023. Submit the application via email to Katie Dockweiler, Communications Committee Chair, at katherinedockweiler@gmail.com.

Ethics and Professional Practices Board

The NASP Ethics and Professional Practices Board (EPPB) is looking for an experienced state or national leader in the field of school psychology to serve on the NASP Ethics and Professional Practices Board as an at-large member. The EPPB reviews and, if necessary, adjudicates ethical complaints in the field, and educates members through presentations and publications. The candidate must be a NASP member in good standing and have demonstrated leadership and skills in the areas of ethics and professional practices. Special consideration will be given to candidates that possess experience in this area. Review of applications will begin on January 1, 2023 and should be submitted to Melissa Pearrow at Melissa.Pearrow@umb.edu. See full details, including the Want Ad, online.

National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities

NASP is looking for a current member who has field-based or research experience focused on identifying and supporting individuals with learning disabilities to serve as a NASP representative to the National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD). The NJCLD is made up of representatives from 13 national organizations and their mission is to provide multi-organizational leadership and resources to optimize outcomes for individuals with learning disabilities. The person selected will serve for a minimum of one 3-year term along with two other NASP members. Individuals from minoritized backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Interested individuals should review the attached Want Ad and then submit a completed Member Interest Survey and a brief resume to Sheila Desai, NASP Director of Educational Practice at sdesai@naspweb.org by January 15, 2023. View complete details online.