The deadline for candidates to express interest and to be considered for the slate is April 15, 2017.
All members are encouraged to self-nominate or identify qualified candidates for the open offices listed below and to send the name, contact information, and the office for which the individual is recommended to Krissy Grubler, NCCE Nominating Committee Chair, at email@example.com.
All NCCE members are eligible to hold the following leadership positions. If your institution is not yet an NCCE member but you wish to join, please use the following link to register your NCCE institutional pair.
The term of office will begin immediately following the NCCE Annual Business meeting held during the APTA Education Leadership Conference 2017.
Please remember that there can only be one vote per Institutional pair that will be tasked by the Academic Partner of the Institutional pair but on behalf of the collaborative Academic and Clinical team.
Officer: Number of Positions Elected and Term:
Chair One elected: two year term, 2017-2019
Nominating Committee One elected: three year term 2017-2020
(Academic or Clinical member) (Chair Committee 2019-2020)
Academic Director-at-Large Two elected: two year term, 2017-2019
Clinical Director-at-Large Two elected: two year term, 2017-2019
Elected officers will serve their respective terms or until the election of their successors yet not to exceed 6 consecutive years. Election of officers will be staggered.
NCCE Leadership Positions and Description of Responsibilities
The Chairperson shall preside at all meetings of the Consortium and shall be an
Exofficio member of all committees except the Nominating Committee. S/he shall be the designated liaison to the ACAPT Board of Directors unless otherwise determined by the NCCE Board of Directors; prepare and submit written reports of the activities of the NCCE to ACAPT; prepare and submit an annual written report of the activities of the Consortium to its members. The Chairperson will assure currency of essential information on the ACAPT NCCE Website.
Nominating Committee Member:
The Nominating Committee shall consist of three (3) members. Those eligible to serve are either the Academic or Clinical partner from an institutional pair from an ACAPT member institution elected by the membership for three (3)-year terms, with one (1) member being elected each year. At least one (1) of the committee members shall be a clinical partner. The senior member of the committee shall serve as Committee Chair for the last year of his/her term.
The nominating committee shall prepare a slate of one (1) or more names for each office to be filled. The slate (i.e. list of candidates) shall be published in the NCCE newsletter and distributed to the membership at least 30 days prior to the election. The Nominating Chair will provide the slate, together with the information on each candidate, at least 30 days in advance of the election in the same fashion followed for publication of the slate.
Academic Directors at Large- The Academic Directors at Large shall represent institutional DCEs and ACCEs on the NCCE Board of Directors. The Academic Directors at Large shall serve on the Board of Directors to provide for broad-based input into the decision making process of the leadership team and assist with dissemination of information to the membership. They will serve as a regional liaison as assigned. They will perform such other duties as may be applicable to the office or as directed by the Board.
Clinical Directors at Large- The Clinical Directors at Large shall represent the clinical partners of ACAPT institutions. The Clinical Directors at Large shall serve on the NCCE Board of Directors and shall provide for broad-based input into the decision making process of the leadership team and assist with dissemination of information to the membership. They will serve as a regional liaison as assigned. They will perform such other duties as may be applicable to the office or as directed by the Board.
NCCE Nominating Committee
Krissy Grubler, Chair, Academic Member
Joan Drevins, Clinical Member
Vicki LaFay, Academic Member