2021 Board of Directors Vacancies

Below are the vacancies on the 2021 NYSCEEA Board of Directors.
If you would like to nominate yourself or someone you know for a vacant Board position,
please submit your Nomination Form by Sunday, January 24, 2021.

Vice President (1-year term)

The Vice President holds an important role in the leadership of NYSCEEA and the Board of Directors.  This position serves as the second-in-charge and fills in for the President when absent.  The Vice President takes a lead role in coordinating the annual Conference and other member events throughout the year.  The Vice President will also serve as the liaison between NYSCEEA and other relevant, New York-based professional associations. The Vice President assumes the role of President in the year succeeding their term as Vice President, unless they need to roll off the Board. Candidates for Vice President must be existing NYSCEEA members.

Secretary (2-year term)

The Secretary is responsible for the records of the NYSCEEA Board of Directors. The Secretary sets the agenda and takes the minutes for each meeting of the Board of Directors. The Secretary maintains all Association records, ensures access to records by the rest of the Board, and takes point on researching Association information and data as needed. The Secretary is an appropriate role for new or existing members*.

Treasurer (2-year term)

The Treasurer is responsible for all financial records and transactions of NYSCEEA and the Board of Directors. The Treasurer is the point of contact with financial institutions, maintains financial records, makes financial reports to the Board, and answers financial questions. The Treasurer receives payments, makes purchases, approves expenses, and processes reimbursements. The Treasurer is an appropriate role for new or existing members*. 

Professional Development Director

The Professional Development Director coordinates professional development events (such as NYSCEEA Networking Hours) and resources for members and for the Board of Directors, as agreed upon by the Board. The Professional Development Director will ensure that educational topics are relevant to the mission of NYSCEEA and the interests of the membership. The Professional Development Director is best suited to existing NYSCEEA members but may be appropriate for new members*. 


*Current non-members may be nominated for this position, but if elected they will need to join NYSCEEA prior to beginning their Board work.


NYSCEEA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Contact: nysceea@gmail.com
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software