Staff

At this time there are no paid staff positions open within the National Stuttering Association.

Staff

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Board of Directors

At this time there are no Board of Directors positions open within the National Stuttering Association.

Board of Directors

All interested and qualified applicants for a Board of Directors “BOD” position should complete and submit the NSA Candidate Application (below) no later than July 9, 2020, Some travel is required. These are volunteer positions. 

Please note that the NSA Board of Directors is a working board, so applicants should expect to spend up to a minimum of 1-3 hours per month on various projects, including monthly conference calls and two in-person meetings requiring travel.

Current Nominations Committee members: Sarah Onofri, John Moore, Annie Bradberry, and Doug Scott, and auxiliary member Derek Mitchell.

Adult Programs Co-Chair (2 positions open)

 

Position Description

The Adult Programs Co-Chairs (2) are responsible for managing the adult chapters, assisting in community outreach within adult programs, serving as the primary liaison between the Regional Chapter Coordinators (RCCs), Executive Director/Projects Director, and Board of Directors. The co-chairs are responsible for coordinating the division of tasks and responsibilities, and communicating that division to the ED/PD to maintain efficiency within the Adult Program. The Adult Programs Co-Chairs are required to maintain comprehensive chapter data and report this data to Executive Director and BOD. There are currently two positions open.

 

Position Responsibilities 

  • Maintains regular communication with RCCs in your selected regions, assessing and assisting with any needs they may have
  • Communicates with RCCs, Executive Director (ED) & Projects Director (PD) in vetting of new CLs and creation of new chapters
  • Follows new chapter creation process, assisting RCCs, PD, and ED, and suggesting revisions as needed
  • Creates and update AP initiatives, programs, and literature as needed
  • Provides updates regarding Chapter listings as needed
  • Works with ED on Adult Chapter Leader budgetary needs and concerns
  • Serves as liaison between NSA leadership (Board) and Chapter Leaders/RCCs
  • Updates ED and Board on current condition of Adult Programs through reports, surveys, and other means
  • Maintains communication with Family Programs Co-Chairs regarding overlapping chapter responsibilities
  • Maintains communication and positive feedback to Chapter Leaders, including but not limited to co-administration of the NSA Chapter Leaders Facebook group
  • Facilitates the Chapter Leader Experience at the Annual Conference, and other activities designed to engage attending Chapter Leaders
  • Responsible for disturbances within AP, and works with ED and PD to resolves issues as they arise
  • Conference responsibilities include:
    • Promotes conference attendance among Adult Chapters
    • Oversight of Adult Chapter Leader Experience
    • Creates and facilitates special Adult Chapter Leader conference events and activities
    • Adult RCC Team Building activities
    • Adult Chapter Leader social events
  • Works with ED and Events Coordinator on the following:
    • Coordination of Adult Chapter Events (holiday parties, social events, screenings, etc)
    • Assists with Regional 1-Day events as needed

 

Position Qualifiers 

  • Candidate must have attended at least one NSA Conference within the last three years
  • Candidate must have previous experience as a Chapter Leader and/or Regional Chapter Coordinator (current or former)
  • Candidate must have demonstrated computer and technology skills
  • Candidate must work well as a member of a team
  • Candidate must have excellent organizational skills
  • Candidate must understand the importance of discretion, confidentiality and govern themselves accordingly

Members of both the Board and Staff of the National Stuttering Association are expected to responsibly represent the NSA within their respective communities and to advocate for NSA’s mission, programs, and services as appropriate.

Requirements for all open positions:

  • Candidate must have attended at least one NSA Conference within the last three years
  • Candidate must have demonstrated computer and technology skills
  • Candidate must work well as a member of a team
  • Candidate must have excellent organizational skills
  • Candidate must understand the importance of discretion, confidentiality and govern themselves accordingly

Members of both the Board and Staff of the National Stuttering Association are expected to responsibly represent the NSA within their respective communities and to advocate for NSA’s mission, programs, and services as appropriate.