NACADA Emerging Leaders Program Information - July 2019

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Members of the Emerging Leaders Classes currently serve, have served, or have been elected/appointed to serve as:

  • NACADA President
  • NACADA Vice President
  • Board of Directors member
  • Administrative Division representative to the NACADA Council
  • Advising Community Division representative to the NACADA Council
  • Regional Division representative to the NACADA Council
  • Region Chair
  • Advising Community Chair
  • Committee Chair
  • Advisory Board Chair
  • NACADA Consultant

Emerging Leaders have written for the NACADA Blog, Academic Advising Today, the NACADA Clearinghouse of Academic Advising Resources, the NACADA Journal, and NACADA digests and Pocket Guides. They have taken part in Webinar broadcast presentations, served as NACADA Institute faculty, and been awarded NACADA Research Grants. Several have returned to the program as Mentors for a subsequent class.

Emerging Leaders have served or are serving on every Administrative Division Committee and Advisory Board, as well as Presidents' Task Forces and Editorial Boards.

One Emerging Leader initiated the Interest Group for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and another initiated the Career Advising Interest Group. A number of Emerging Leaders have presented (some with their Mentors) at NACADA Regional, Annual, and International Conferences, and several have served on Region, Advising Community, or Conference Steering Committees. One served as Chair of the 2010 Annual Conference in Orlando, and others have chaired or co-chaired Region Conferences. 

Emerging Leaders also report that they have become more involved at their home institutions. One said, “We’ve taken what we’ve learned through the program back to our home school. This program has not only made an impact on NACADA, but also on the institutions where the NACADA ELP participants work.”