Cast Your Vote

November 3rd, 2009 | News |  Tagged , ,

For the first time in NPPA history, members (both professional and students) are electing the Board of Directors nationally. This is an important time in the NPPA and I want to encourage you to look at the candidates running for the Board and cast your vote for the two individuals you feel are best suited to lead the NPPA into the future.

The NPPA is looking to the future and we want the leadership on the Board of individuals who are responsible. I am excited about the caliber of everyone who has decided to run. It is an impressive group and I believe we have some outstanding candidates. I look forward to working with the new Board beginning in January.

The candidates who are running for election for NPPA’s new national board are:

Mike Borland
Jeff Gritchen
Danny Gawlowski
Michael P. King
Todd Maisel
Merry Murray
Jim Michalowski
Smiley Pool
Greg Smith
Gerald S. Williams
Jack Zibluk



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