Fall 2020 Governing Board Leadership Elections Ballot
ACPA Leadership Election will run Monday, November 16 – Friday, December 4, 2020 (11:59pm EST)
Run-off elections (if needed) will take place Monday, December 14 – Friday, December 18, 2020 (11:59pm EST)
ACPA members have received a custom link via email for voting in this election! Be sure to check your spam folder for the message if you haven’t found it in your inbox!
- Laura A. Bayless – Application | CV/Resume
- Dre Domingue – Application | CV/Resume
- Melissa L. Jones – Application | CV/Resume
Assembly Coordinator, Commissions:
Director, External Relations:
Director, Membership Development:
- Mark Chung Kwan Fan – Application | CV/Resume
- Aja C. Holmes – Application | CV/Resume
- Patrick I. Romero-Aldaz – Application | CV/Resume
- Amy Elizabeth French – Application | CV/Resume
- Claudia García-Louis – Application | CV/Resume
- Dian Squire – Application | CV/Resume
- TJ Stewart – Application | CV/Resume
- Cori Bazemore-James – Application | CV/Resume
- Shavon Hutchinson – Application | CV/Resume
- Caitlin Lindsay – Application | CV/Resume
- Kendall Pete – Application | CV/Resume
|Application & Nomination forms available||13 July 2020|
|Nomination Form closes||18 September 2020|
|Application due by 11:59pm ET||25 September 2020|
|Elections open for member voting until 11:59pm ET||
16 Nov-4 Dec 2020
The ACPA—College Student Educators International Leader Nomination and Election process provides a defining moment in the development of our Association. It is an opportunity to ensure that people with the necessary competencies are leading ACPA and providing governance that will fulfill the objectives of the Association. It is also an opportunity for new leaders to contribute to long lasting sustainable goals and outcomes. The mission of the Association is to support and foster college student learning through the generation and dissemination of knowledge, which informs policies, practices, and programs, for student affairs and student services professionals and the higher and tertiary education community.
Our Association’s leaders should represent the increasing diversity of our membership as well as have a demonstrated commitment and capacity to deliver on the strategic priorities of ACPA. Equity, diversity, and inclusion competencies are critical requirements of leadership in ACPA. Embedding and integrating equity, diversity, and inclusion into the Association’s core activities is an ongoing, critical responsibility. As part of ACPA’s legacy, we have a renewed commitment to these competencies and their application.
These competency elements must include knowledge, skills, and experiences engaging and partnering with individuals and groups from multiple and intersecting identities with the capacity to integrate diverse views and information into leadership decision-making. ACPA leaders work to champion the interests of students, faculty, and staff ensuring high standards of quality and consistent service, support, and growth for our membership.