Your Vote Counts!
It's time to cast your ballot for the NACA® Board of Directors for 2018-19.
This year there will be five candidates running for two open seats. At the 2018 NACA® National Convention in Boston, MA each candidate gave a brief presentation on what they feel they can bring to the association and their vision for its future. You can watch these presentations below.
The polls for this election will close at 5pm, EDT on March 20, 2018.
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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My professional experiences range from a private doctoral-granting institution to a two-year technical college, to my current position at a public comprehensive. All have given me different insights. My first supervisor stressed getting involved on and off-campus. I hope my involvement was a benefit to those I have worked with. I know that it has been for me; primarily by providing a network that is integral to my success. My professional goal is to ensure engaging and educational opportunities but, being a parent, I also have the incentive to ensure every student has the opportunities I want for my child.
I am Saville Harris from Livingston, TX. I have worked in student activities and Greek life over the past five years at Stephen F. Austin State University. Through NACA, I have had the opportunity to serve in a variety of roles on the regional and national level during the last 11 years. I have a beautiful family with my wife, Ashley, and daughter, Kylie. Some of my hobbies include cooking, public speaking and community service. I am a upbeat person who enjoys to help others in any way possible. That is the reason that I am in the field of student affairs!
Beth A. Hoag is currently the Associate Director of the Illinois Leadership Center (ILC) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her primary responsibilities include designing co-curricular leadership programming, coordinating academic partnerships, and directing research/assessment efforts. Hoag obtained her B.S. and M.A. from Bradley University, and her Ph.D in Higher Education Administration from Bowling Green State University. Hoag has over 13 years of experience in student affairs focusing on student involvement, leadership, and student employment. She has been an active member in NACA and currently serves as the co-chair for the National Leadership Symposium.
Jason Meier relentlessly obsesses over helping us tell our story. With an eye on challenging processes that inhibits personal growth and an eye on equitable treatment for all, Jason uses his skills daily in his role as Director of Student Engagement and Leadership at Emerson College. Lately, Jason can be found talking about how people form reactions to comedy, determine the difference between discomfort and offense and how understanding difference might lead to healthy dialogue. When not doing that, you can catch him at an open mic night, awkwardly dancing at concerts or hanging out with his cat, Lil' Poundcake.
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Katie Winstead Reichner
Katie Winstead Reichner has worked to advance the field of student activities for over a decade. She has been an active volunteer with NACA since 2010 when she joined the South RCPC. Since then, she has served as RCPC chairperson, team leader on the 2015 NCPC, and most recently as a member of the NVDT. She received a NACA Research Grant in 2016. Katie is passionate about the volunteer experience and its role engaging members in meaningful ways.