2019 NAGC BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATION FORM

There will be 3 position openings in September 2019, on the NAGC Board of Directors -- President-Elect and 2 At-Large. Nominations are open now for these positions.

 

Deadline to apply is March 1. Voting begins begins May 1.

Please read the qualifications for the president-elect or at-large positions before filling out the form. Each nomination must include the following and all should be uploaded or included on this form.  However, the letters of support may be sent via email to ckaye@nagc.org. You may download a list of all materials needed for the online form.

  • Two letters of support from individuals who can attest to your accomplishments for NAGC (e.g., NAGC leadership, state affiliate officer, network chair, or other).
  • Resumé or CV
  • Four-color, high resolution photograph.

Provde the following as a single Word or PDF document

  • Biography (150 words max) that provides NAGC members information regarding your background, experience, and qualifications for the position. Be sure to include the most significant ways you have contributed to and participated in NAGC.
  • Personal Statement (200 word max) explaining why you want to serve an organization whose mission is to support those who enhance the growth and development of gifted and talented children through education, advocacy, community building, and research.
  • Additional questions on how you can advance NAGC's mission. (100 words max for each response)
    • How would your knowledge, experience, abilities, and vision contribute to increasing the public's urgency to support the needs of gifted and talented children and youth (i.e., Minds)?

    • How would your knowledge, experience, abilities, and vision contribute to advocating for the adoption of policies that promote programs and services in which gifted and talented children thrive (i.e., Policies)?

    • How would your knowledge, experience, abilities, and vision contribute to empowering supporters to implement effective practices for all gifted and talented children and youth in homes, schools, and communities (i.e., Practices)?

Should you have any questions, please contact Cathleen Healy at chealy@nagc.org.

President-Elect candidates must have served on the BOD within the past 10 years.
Emailed letters should be sent to ckaye@nagc.org and must be sent by the nomination deadline -- April 9,2018
PERSONAL STATEMENT: (Up to 200 words). Please tell us why you want to serve an organization whose mission is to support those who enhance the growth and development of gifted and talented children through education, advocacy, community building, and research. The Elections Committee reserves the right to edit any Statement of Candidacy to meet NAGC ballot space requirements. BIOGRAPHY: (Up to 150 words) Provide NAGC members information regarding your background, experience, and qualification for the position. Be sure to include the most significant ways you have contributed to and participated in NAGC. ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS: (Up to 100 words each) 1)How would your knowledge, experience, abilities, and vision contribute to increasing the public's urgency to support the needs of gifted and talented children and youth (i.e., Minds)? 2) How would your knowledge, experience, abilities, and vision contribute to advocating for the adoption of policies that promote programs and services in which gifted and talented children thrive (i.e., Policies)? 3) How would your knowledge, experience, abilities, and vision contribute to empowering supporters to implement effective practices for all gifted and talented children and youth in homes, schools, and communities (i.e., Practices)?
Photograph should be a high-quality, four-color jpeg, gif or png file.