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The NEACUHO Executive Board is currently seeking

a diverse array of Association members to serve as

Appointed board members for the 2017-2018 Year

 

Applications are due by 5:00PM on Friday,August 11th 

Decisions will be made no later than Friday, September 15th

Questions can be emailed to Nate Gordon, President-Elect



The following committee chairs are identified in the NEACUHO Bylaws and appointed for a one-year term.  Committee chairs are expected to attend the Annual Conference and all Executive Board meetings.  The chair coordinates the activities of their committee and reports to the designated elected officer.  The chair prepares a report prior to each Executive Board meeting that includes committee goals, activities, and an active member list.  Additional responsibilities may be assigned by the President.

 

2018 Annual Conference Co-Chairs

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Recruitment of various sub-committee chairs to run the 2018 Annual Conference. These sub-committee’s consist of dining, Programs, Registration and Hospitality, Volunteers and Special Events.
    o    The Corporate Relations Chair and Treasurer are also heavily involved with this committee.
  • In consultation with the sub-committee chairs; plan, implement and coordinate all aspects of the 2018 Annual Conference
  • Work closely with the hotel contact to ensure that the room block is met, food and beverage minimum is met and coordination of the event space.

Committee Information

The purpose of this committee is to plan, implement and coordinate the NEACUHO Annual Conference. This includes but is not limited to promotion, registration, social events, housing, dining and all support activities. The committee is comprised of NEACUHO members


 

Corporate Relations Committee Chair

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Recruitment of corporate affiliates, corporate sponsors, and exhibitors
  • Support of the Residential Operations Conference in soliciting exhibitors and sponsorships for the conference in December
  • Support of the Annual Conference Committee in soliciting exhibitors and sponsorships for the Exhibitor Fair and conference in October 2018
  • Serves on the Time and Place Committee for the 2019 Annual Conference

Committee Information

The purpose of this committee is the recruitment of exhibitors, Corporate Affiliates, and corporate sponsors to support NEACUHO’s programmatic and operational needs throughout the year.  In addition, this committee is responsible for soliciting exhibitors for the Exhibitor Fair at the Annual Conference.  This committee works in conjunction with the Annual Conference Committee and the Program Committee in planning the annual conference.  



Media and Publications Committee Chair

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Publish the NEACUHO Navigator a minimum of four times during the year
  • Solicit articles on current events from the membership
  • Work with the Executive Board to provide updates for the membership in each issue
  • Identify new ways to connect with the membership on current events

Committee Information

The purpose of this committee is to gather current information from members and committees for publication purposes.  This committee shall publish a newsletter a minimum of four times a year, as well as create and maintain NEACUHO publication guidelines.  Additionally this committee shall develop other publications as assigned.  


 

New Professional Development Committee Chair

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordination of two RD2B Conferences in November 2017 and March 2018
  • Coordination of the New Professionals Institute in April 2018 in partnership with the Professional Development Committee Chair
  • Coordination of the New Professionals Orientation at the Annual Conference in October 2018

Committee Information

The purpose of this committee is to provide a system to welcome, support, and educate new professionals and paraprofessionals through a variety of activities, social events, and professional Networking opportunities.  Specifically this includes the following activities: educating about current trends and topical issues, the coordination of RD2B, the coordination of the New Professional Orientation at the Annual Conference, and the coordination and implementation of the New Professionals Conference.  



Professional Development Committee Chair

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordination of the August Tool-Kit Series
  • Coordination of the Mid-Level Institute in March in partnership with the New Professional Development Committee Chair
  • Coordination of the SHO Summit before the start of the Annual Conference

Committee Information

The purpose of this committee is to provide a system to welcome, support, and educate mid-level and senior level professionals.  This includes but is not limited to developing resources, educating about current trends and topical issues, training, and professional networking opportunities.  Additionally this committee shall be responsible for the coordination and implementation of a Drive-In Conference & a Mid-level Institute as well as determining award winners as appropriate (Bylaws 5, Section 4).  



Residential Operations Committee Chair

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordination of the Residential Operations Conference in December 2017
  • Ensures program interest sessions on housing, operations, occupancy management, and food services take place throughout the year
  • Ensures articles on housing, operations, occupancy management, and food services appear in each issue of the NEACUHO Navigator

Committee Information

The purpose of this committee is to coordinate and organize activities and programs related to residential operations.  This includes the specific areas of housing assignments, conference services, assessment, technology, residential facilities, and food services.  The committee shall work to promote education and awareness around these topics and to support members of NEACUHO involved in this aspect of the housing profession.  Additionally this committee shall be responsible for the coordination and implementation of the Residential Operations Conference.  



Residence Education Committee Chair

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordinate the Residence Education Institute in June 2018
  • Ensure program interest sessions on Residence Education take place throughout the year
  • Ensure articles on Residence Education appear in each issue of the NEACUHO Navigator

Committee Information

The purpose of this committee is to coordinate and organize activities and programs related to residential education.  This includes the specific areas of residential curriculum, residential colleges/affinity housing, living learning communities, shared student experience focused on class year or housing type, and housing assessment practices.  The committee shall work to promote education and awareness around these topics and to support members of NEACUHO involved in this aspect of the housing profession. 


 

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee Chair

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordination of the EDI Retreat Series in February 2018
  • Ensure program interest sessions on diversity, women's issues, GLBT issues, and the needs of other special or oppressed populations take place throughout the year
  • Ensure articles on diversity, women's issues, GLBT issues, and the needs of other special or oppressed populations appear in each issue of the NEACUHO Navigator

Committee Information

The purpose of this committee is to coordinate and promote activities and programs that address issues of social justice.  This committee shall identify and create strategies to specifically address distinctive needs such as diversity, women's issues, GLBT issues, and the needs of other special or oppressed populations.  Additionally this committee shall be responsible for the coordination and implementation of the Social Issues Retreats.  



In addition to the committee chairs, the Technology Coordinator is identified by the NEACUHO Bylaws and is appointed for a two-year term.  This position is vital to the organization.  This person must have an understanding of the organization structure and be very organized.

 

The Technology Coordinator shall:

a.     Be appointed using the established process for a two-year term.

b.     Maintain and update the organization’s website

c.     Attend the annual conference and all Executive Board meetings.

d.     Report to the President. 

e.     Accept delegated responsibilities the President may assign.

 


 

The following Presidential appointments and task force chairs have been identified as necessary to the success of the organization and will be appointed for the 2017-2018 year:

 

Parliamentarian:

This position is appointed by the President as necessary for the purpose of aiding with meeting decorum.  This person should be familiar with Robert’s Rules of Order and able to cite them during Executive Board meetings to maintain order and productivity. 

 

Historian:

This position is appointed by the President as necessary for the purpose of providing context during Executive Board discussion(s).  This person should have significant experience with the organization.

 

Webmaster:

This position has been identified by the President as necessary for the 2017-2018 year. There is a significant amount of work that takes place during the year to maintain the organization’s website.  The increased workload of the Technology Coordinator has made this responsibility challenging.  The webmaster will be responsible for updating the website throughout the year to ensure correct information is available to the membership. 

 

Graduate Student Retention Task Force:

This Presidential Task Force has been identified as a need for the 2017-2018 year. With the NEACUHO Region boasting strong Graduate Programs in Higher Education and Student Affairs, many of our Graduates have left the region post-graduation for employment opportunities. This task force will examine why many of our graduate students are not actively seeking employment in the Northeast and ways in which we can retain them. 

 


If you are elected into an Executive Board position you will no longer be considered for an Appointed Board Position. Applicants are encouraged to apply for all positions they are interested in.













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