Seeking Board Member Nominations

NHNPA is seeking nominations for TWO important positions on our Board of Directors - President-Elect and Member-At-Large.  All current members are encouraged to nominate a colleague or to self-nominate.  The nomination application will take less than 5 minutes - we will ask three quick questions about qualifications and prior involvement in NHNPA.  Below you will find brief descriptions about each board position, as they are described in the organization’s by-laws.  We have also shared a general overview of the expectations of all our Board members.  Nominations will be accepted through Sunday March, 13, 2022. If you have any questions about either position please feel free to contact the current Vice President Jillian Belmont ([email protected]).

Click here to make a nomination.

The President-Elect assumes office following the Annual Meeting.  The President-Elect shall perform the duties and have the powers of the President during the absence or disability of the President.  The President-Elect shall perform all the duties commonly incident to the office and shall perform such other duties and have such other powers as the Executive Committee may designate. Convene the first meeting of the nominating committee. The President-Elect will automatically assume the role of President in two years or when and if the role of President becomes vacant.

There shall be a Member-at-Large who will be nominated by the Nominating Committee to serve in any capacity, as necessary, on the Executive Committee. This position will be considered a position of mentoring for the individual with the purpose to succeed in one of the board positions in the future.  The Member-at-Large represents the NP community as a whole, and as such will obtain insight from the various Regional Coordinators around the state and bring their voices to the board.  This position will function as the Chair of the Regional Coordinators.

The NHNPA Board of Directors is an active working board with specific expectations of our members.  Most Board members volunteer 5-10 hours a month.  

As a Board member you will be asked to:

- Prepare for and attend monthly Board meetings that are held by video conference or face-to-face in Concord, NH (currently held in the evening). Estimated time commitment: 3 hours per month

- Participate on at least one sub-committee of the Board - these meetings are typically held by video conference. Estimated time commitment: 1-3 hours per month
- Serve as a liaison between the Board, organization, partners and the general public - promote membership and special events of the organization. Estimated time commitment: 1 hour per month
- Attend annual Board retreat and special events  including: 1 Day Board retreat, NP Week Celebration, annual membership meeting and the annual conference.


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