Board of Directors Nomination

The NGA board of directors is a working board. NGA directors are expected to be keenly aware of all aspects of the association’s business. NGA directors are expected to devote substantial time in service to the association, including:

  • Volunteering to serve on various committees, task forces, and in other group leadership roles, and participating in those groups’ meetings
  • Attending two to three in-person board meetings annually
  • Providing reports, materials for the newsletter, and input for other publications
  • Attending the annual conference and other educational events when offered

The NGA nominating committee is charged with selecting candidates for the ballot who:

  • Participate in the field of guardianship as professional guardians, family guardians, or allied professionals (elder law attorneys, judges, social workers, nursing home administrators, etc.) Nominees may also be volunteers or retired guardians.
  • Practice and/or advocate for guardianship that reflects NGA’s Standards of Practice and Ethical Principles.
  • Make demonstrable contributions in policy, education, practice, program development, administration, and/or research.
  • Demonstrate outstanding dedication to the guardianship community by volunteering with NGA and/or state/local guardianship organizations.
  • Contribute to a positive image for guardianship.
  • Possess the attributes necessary to be successful board members.
  • Are NGA members in good standing.

The NGA nominating committee will review all nominations, interview the candidates for nomination, and make recommendations for the election slate for review by the NGA executive committee and board of directors prior to membership voting.

If you wish to be officially considered, please complete the information below and submit the form below.

All nomination forms must be submitted no later than May 17.

Board of Directors Nomination Form

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