Your Vote Counts!
It's time to cast your ballot for the NACA® Board of Directors for 2017-18.
This year there will be three candidates running for two open seats. At the 2017 NACA® National Convention in Baltimore, MD, each candidate gave a brief presentation on what they feel they can bring to the association and their vision for its future. These presentations were originally streamed via Facebook Live, but you can view an archived version
here if you would like before you cast your votes.
The polls for this election will close at 5pm, EDT on March 21, 2017.
Who Can Vote?
Only the primary contact from each NACA® member school can vote. As such, each vote will represent your entire delegation. So get together and discuss who you'd like to cast your school's ballot for!
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As the Director of Student Activities & Greek Life, Jessica is responsible for leadership development of students and staff, event planning and management of student lead initiatives, direct advising of Student Government and fraternity and sorority life, as well as support to Campus Activities Board at Washburn University. She currently serves on the National Volunteer Development Team, as the Assessment and Evaluation Chair. She also has serves and holds membership in many national and local organizations. She believes in the value of giving back to her local community and challenging students to continue to grow into leaders on campus and in their community. Jessica has received her Masters of Science from North Dakota State University.
Josh currently serves as the Director of Student Activities, Student Organizations, and Student Center Complex Programs at the University of Miami. He has been an active NACA volunteer for over a decade, having served as the Chairperson of the NACA® South Regional Conference and the NACA® National Convention. Josh is currently a member of the NACA Research and Scholarship Group and the NACA Strategic Plan Work Group. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University and a master’s degree from the University of Connecticut. Josh is a current doctoral student at UM, a big sports fan, and a new father.
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LaShaundra Randolph currently serves as the Project Coordinator of Campus Life and Leadership at Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley (MO), where she is working on minority retention initiatives, advising student government, and assisting with campus programming. Her previous roles include; Coordinator for Student Activities, Summer Bridge Program Coordinator, and Founder/Director of the Kangaroo Food Pantry at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. LaShaundra holds a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice/Juvenile Delinquency from Missouri Western State University and a Master’s in Educational Administration from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where she is currently a Doctoral Candidate in the Ed.D. Higher Education program/ Urban emphasis.