In March 2020, the Governance and Nominating Committee reviewed materials from a number of highly qualified candidates who were generous enough to submit their names in consideration for nomination to the NACAC Board of Directors. In selecting a final list of nominees for election by the 2020 Assembly, the committee considered factors including overall career experience, representation, and association leadership at both the affiliate and the national level.
The Governance and Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the following slate of nominees for president-elect and three board director positions. This slate represents a broad range of leadership qualities and experience.
Additional information about the nominees will be published in future issues of the NACAC Bulletin and on the NACAC website. You are encouraged to review all of the nominee information and statements carefully, and consider each nominee’s career experiences and overall commitment to the profession. Delegates will be provided with opportunities to meet and speak with the nominees face-to-face.
Jonathan Law High School (CT)
Senior Associate Director, Evaluation and International Admission
University of California - Los Angeles
For three director positions, there are six nominees:
Adult Admission Advisor
Kirkwood Community College (IA)
Director of Student Services
Chantilly HIgh School (VA)
Director of College & Alumni Programs
Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter High School (DC)
Lenfest Scholars Foundation (PA)
Vice President for Enrollment Management
The State University of New York College at Geneseo
Mark Steinlage, Jr.
Associate Dean of Admission
Saint Louis University (MO)
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