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04/17/2013

ECA Interpersonal Communication Interest Group Members

Interpersonal Communication Interest Group Members:

As a representative from ECA to NCA's Nominating Committee I am responsible for soliciting nominations from you. Currently NCA is seeking nominations for multiple offices, and information appears below. If you're interested in self nominations or nominating someone for a position, please follow up with me (SeanMHoran@gmail.com).

See you in Pittsburgh-

Sean


Call for Nominations for NCA Second Vice President and At-Large Members of the Legislative Assembly and the Committee on Committees

The 2013 NCA Nominating Committee solicits from any member of the Association names of possible nominees for NCA Second Vice President and At-Large Members of the Legislative Assembly and the Committee on Committees. The election will be conducted in January 2014.

Nominations are due Monday, May 6, 2013. Send nomination information electronically to nomination@natcom.org or by mail to:

National Communication Association
Attn: Nominating Committee
1765 N Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036

Questions can be submitted to the 2013 Nominating Committee Chair, Robert Avery at rka@utah.edu or NCA Chief of Staff, Mark Fernando at mfernando@natcom.org.   

The Nominating Committee will not be limited in its deliberations to the list of nominees.

Second-Vice President

The elected Second Vice President will assume office on January 1, 2015, plan the 2016 NCA annual convention and serve as NCApresident in 2017.

Nomination must include:

Self-nominations are strongly encouraged. 

At-Large Members of the Legislative Assembly

At-Large Members of the Legislative Assembly are elected to a 3-year term to begin January 1, 2015. At least six members will be nominated and three will be elected by the membership.  

The Legislative Assembly meets as a body each year in tandem with NCA’s annual meeting and is the principal policy making body of the Association.  There is typically a full afternoon session the day before the convention begins, as well as a shorter morning session on Saturday.  With more than 8,000 NCA members, the Legislative Assembly serves a key liaison function between the leadership and the broader membership.  The strength of the Association relies in significant part on informed responses to the questions that come before the Legislative Assembly.  The business at the LA meetings is legally governed by the NCA Constitution and Bylaws, and decisions are guided by the Association’s strategic plan.  General duties and responsibilities for members of the Legislative Assembly include:

Each nomination must include:

Self-nominations are strongly encouraged. 

At-Large Members of the Committee on Committees

At-Large Members of the Committee on Committees are elected to a 2-year term to begin January 1, 2015. At least four members will be nominated and two will be elected by the membership.

The Committee on Committees nominates members to the Legislative Assembly to fill vacancies on association standing committees, boards, and such other vacant positions within the association governance. General duties and responsibilities for occupancy of the position include:

Each nomination must include:

Self-nominations are strongly encouraged.


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