The candidates for your 2023 NCHC Board of Directors are listed below. Additional candidates for all positions may be nominated from the floor at the 2022 Annual Business Meeting, held at the NCHC Annual Conference in Dallas. Student board positions may be submitted now through November 6 with the forms below.
If you are a current member of NCHC, and are listed as the contact for your institution, you will receive an email invitation to vote in early December 2022. Elections are held by an independent vendor, Big Pulse, and results are vetted through NCHC's accounting firm, HBE.
The 2022 Election will open on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, and close on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.
If you have questions concerning this vote or process, please contact the NCHC office at email@example.com
2022 Ballot Proposal
In addition to selecting leadership, there is one additional proposal that requires the attention of the voting membership. At the Summer 2022 Board Meeting, the Board of Directors moved the following:
Motion 28: Amend by-laws to lower the cost of lifetime professional membership fee to $1000 by sending it to the general membership for a vote in December 2022.
Lifetime Professional membership in NCHC, currently a $3,000 fee, affords one individual access to NCHC membership benefits regardless of current institutional membership. NCHC Benefits (including member discounts on events) do not apply to additional faculty/staff/students under Lifetime Professional Membership without an Institutional Membership.
- Anne Dotter, Johnson County Community College
- Emily Hill, University of Iowa
- Sara Hottinger, Coastal Carolina University
- Liz Hynes-Musnisky, Nassau Community College
- Fawn-Amber Montoya, James Madison University
- Patricia Smith, University of Central Arkansas
- Joshua Stockley, University of Louisiana-Monroe
- Christopher Syrnyk, Oregon Institute of Technology