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NASBE’s membership annually elects individuals to serve on the organization’s board of directors. The board consists of a chair, chair-elect, secretary-treasurer, immediate past-chair, area directors, and a new member representative.

Nominations are now open for the 2021-2022 NASBE Board of Directors. Members can nominate candidates for chair-elect, secretary-treasurer, and northeastern and southern area directors. Individuals elected to these board positions take office at the close of the Annual Business Meeting in October 2021.

 

Chair-elect: 

A chair-elect is chosen each year and serves a three-year term: serving as chair-elect in the first year, chair in the second year, and immediate past-chair in the third year.

According to the NASBE Bylaws, to be eligible to serve as Chair-elect, individuals shall:

  • be a member of a dues-paying state board of education;
  • have current or prior service on the Board of Directors or have a demonstrated commitment to the association by significant service to the association;
  • not be in their final year of a term of service on their state board of education; and
  • present a letter of support from their state board of education.

 

Secretary-Treasurer: 

The secretary-treasurer serves a two-year term. An election is held every two years.

According to the NASBE Bylaws, to be eligible to serve as secretary-treasurer, individuals shall:

  • be a member of a dues-paying state board of education;
  • not be in their final year of a term of service on their state board of education; and
  • present a letter of support from their state board of education.

 

Area Directors:

Area directors represent the northeastern, southern, central, and western regions on the board of directors. Area directors serve a two-year term and elections are staggered by region.

According to the NASBE Bylaws, to be eligible to serve as an area director, individuals shall:

  • be a member of a dues-paying state board of education;
  • not be in their final year of a term of service on their state board of education; and
  • present a letter of support from their state board of education.

 

New Member Representative:

The new member representative serves a one-year term and is chosen annually by new members attending NASBE’s New Member Institute.

 

At the Annual Business Meeting in October 2021, the membership will be electing a chair-elect, secretary-treasurer, and northeastern and southern area directors to serve on the NASBE Board of Directors in 2021-2022. Individuals elected to these board positions take office at the close of the Annual Business Meeting.

 

Download Chair-elect Nomination Form

Download Area Director Nomination Form

Download Secretary-Treasurer Nomination Form



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