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Special Member Vote 2022

On August 8, 2022, the NACAC Board of Directors announced a comment period for proposed amendments to the association’s bylaws. These important changes would continue our work to transform our governance to become more transparent, inclusive, and aligned with peer associations and industry best practices.

These amendments would eliminate the delegate role and Assembly, as well as streamline aspects of the bylaws that reference their previous roles and responsibilities. The changes are necessary since the functions of delegates and the Assembly, as currently described in the bylaws, are no longer in place.

While there were no comments submitted to the board, some members reached out with questions. Each question was answered. In addition, we are grateful for member participation during the Special Member Vote webinar on Monday, Aug. 29.  If you did not have an opportunity to attend the webinar, a recording is available.  

NACAC’s bylaws state that a notice of a Special Member Vote must be shared with members no less than 30 days, and no more than 60 days, prior to a vote.  Therefore, the NACAC Board of Directors is officially announcing three motions for proposed bylaws amendments.

If you would like to review information on the Special Member Vote 2022, please review the FAQ. Also, while the comment period has officially closed, you can continue to send your questions to governance@nacacnet.org.

Online voting will begin on Oct. 5, 2022, and continue through Nov. 16, 2022. If you have questions about the vote or your eligibility, please contact governance@nacacnet.org.

On behalf of the NACAC Board of Directors, thank you for your ongoing participation to shape the future of the association.

Sincerely, 



Ffiona Rees
Chair of the Board

 

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FAQ

See the frequently asked questions about this special member vote.

Special Member Vote Webinar

NACAC board members hosted a webinar and Q&A session on August 29 to define the bylaw amendment motions.