As a member organization, NJACAC is governed by members to serve members. The association is seeking willing members to run for election to openings on the Executive Board.

The Nominations and Elections Committee is calling for nominees for candidates that would serve terms beginning May 23. 2023.

The deadline to submit nominations is February 28. 2023.

2023-2024 OPEN POSITIONS

This spring, the NJACAC Membership will be asked to elect:

  • (1) President-Elect (One-year term as part of a three-year cycle
  • (2) College Representatives (Two-year term)
  • (2) Secondary School Representatives (Two-year term)

Position descriptions are available in sections IV & V of the NJACAC Bylaws, which can be accessed here.

Please thoughtfully consider nominating a colleague or nominating yourself. When reviewing candidates to put forth on the election slate, the Nominations and Elections Committee will focus on individual attributes as well as the collective background of each nominee to bring diversity of expertise, skills, experience, and personal qualities to strengthen the association.

Eligibility
All nominees will be required to provide additional application information (sent directly to the nominee) prior to being considered for placement on the election ballot. All candidates for board positions should be NJACAC voting members.

Candidates for elected offices should have demonstrated commitment to the goals and objectives of NJACAC through involvement in its activities, such as service on one or more committees or membership on the Executive Board. Further, candidates must provide the chair of the Nominations and Elections Committee a written assurance that s/he will attempt to meet the responsibility of the office and term and will have his/her supervisor provide a written statement attesting to the support of candidacy for the nominated position.

Nominations can be submitted using THIS FORM. Nominations will be accepted through February 28th. 

For those who accept the nomination, a formal application and statement of institutional support will be provided. Candidate materials will be due by March 6th at 11:59 pm.

Rather than hosting one general interest meeting, I have created a calendly link where interested parties can select a 15-minute time slot to review any questions or concerns they have. I’ve set aside time during February 7th, 8th, & 9th, but can provide additional availability upon request. 

Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions, and spread the word! We are in need of leaders ready to rise to the occasion!

All the Best,

Michael Cartusciello

Nominations & Elections Chair