2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (2023)

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2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (1)

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Welcome to the 2023 WRC!

Dear NASPA Western Regional Conference Attendees,

We are thrilled to welcome you to this year's conference at the JW Marriott in Las Vegas, NV, on behalf of the NASPA Western Regional Conference Committee. As we gather this year to recalibrate our purposes and practices, we are filled with great pride and gratitude for the many colleagues who sustained and allowed our institutions to continue to educate our students during the pandemic. This year's conference theme is "Illuminating Purpose, Practice, and Pride."

Over the past few years, we have grappled with the impact of several pandemics, including COVID-19 and racism. We have faced the challenge of trying to be together in community when the pandemic necessitated us being apart. We have been disappointed by how the United States and our institutions have approached the societal impacts of racism on communities of color. We are at a crossroads, as many of our colleagues are either leaving the profession or moving to different institutions that align with their values. Therefore, it is time for us to get clear about our why.

Our work and professional practices must be grounded in evidence-based practices, peer-reviewed research and literature, and the lived experiences of our campus constituents. We cannot simply throw spaghetti at the wall and hope it will stick. We must be deliberate and intentional in our approaches and practices to effect change and deliver on the outcomes of our work.

We want to express our gratitude and appreciation for the positive contributions made by colleagues all over our regions, both large and small. While we recognize that this work is not about us or the need for a gold star, it is essential to know if our work is transformational and impactful to students who access our programs and services. We have so much to be proud of and to have pride in. We are excited to recognize our colleagues.

We are excited to be in community with you all, and we hope this conference provides the space to nourish your heart, mind, and soul.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Karnell McConnell-Black, Ed.D. aka- Dr. K

NASPA WRC 2023 Conference Chair

Vice President for StudentLife

Division of StudentLife

Reed College

Sherwynn Umali

NASPA WRC 2023 Conference Co-Chair

DeputyChief of Staff

Division of Student Affairs

University ofCalifornia, Irvine


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Las Vegas, NV

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Las Vegas, NV 89145-5722

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Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)

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Schedule at a Glance

The schedule is designed to provide attendeesinteractive and engaging opportunities for deeper discussion and networking

Schedule at a Glance
All times arePacific Standard Timeand are subject to change

Saturday, November 4, 2023

Sunday, November 5, 2023

Monday, November 6, 2023

Tuesday, November 7, 2023

Conference Check-in/Help Desk Open

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

NUFP Institute

1:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Graduate Student Institute

1:00 PM – 5:30 PM

New Professionals Institute

1:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Mid-Level Institute

1:00 PM – 5:30 PM

SSAO Institute

1:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Community College Professional Institute

1:00 PM – 5:30 PM

All-Institute Reception

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Conference Check-in/Help Desk Open

8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

NUFP Institute

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Graduate Student Institute

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

New Professionals Institute

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Mid-Level Institute

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

SSAO Institute

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Community College Professional Institute

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

AVP/DOS Institute

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Exhibits Open

11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

NASPA V Regional Advisory Board Meeting

12:30 PM – 2:30 PM

NASPA VI Regional Advisory Board Meeting

12:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Region V & VI KC Reps Meeting

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Newcomers Welcome

3:00 PM – 3:45 PM

Conference Opening

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening Reception

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Morning Walk, Service Project, Senior Student Affairs Officers (SSAO) Breakfast

7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

Conference Check-in/Help Desk Open

7:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Debrief Room, Wellness Room

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

NASPA Updates/Featured Speakers Session

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Exhibits Open

10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Concurrent Sessions #1

10:45 AM – 11:35 AM

Networking Luncheon

11:35 AM – 12:45 PM

Concurrent Sessions #2 & SA Speaks #1

1:00 PM – 1:50 PM

Concurrent Sessions #3 & SA Speaks #2

2:00 PM – 2:55 PM

Unconference Session #1

2:00 PM – 2:50 PM

Concurrent Sessions #4

3:00 PM – 3:50 PM

Unconference Session #2

3:00 PM – 3:50 PM

Region V & VI Business Meetings

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Knowledge Communities & Affinity Group Gatherings

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Dinner on Your Own

5:30 PM

Campus & Exhibitor Receptions

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Region V & VI Receptions

8:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Conference Check-in/Help Desk Open

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Debrief Room, Wellness Room

8:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Concurrent Sessions #5

9:00 AM – 9:50 AM

Concurrent Sessions #6

10:00 AM – 10:50 AM

Unconference Sessions #3

10:00 AM – 10:50 AM

Conference Closing Brunch & Closing Keynote

11:00 AM – 12:50 PM

NASPA WRC 2023 Committee Wrap-Up

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

NASPA WRC 2024 Committee Meeting

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

NASPA WRC 2023 & 2024 Transition Meeting

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM


The planning committeehasselect pre-conference sessions that will enrich and enhance your attendee experience andrequire participants to pre-register for a fee.

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Pre-Conference Details

NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP)

The NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP) Institute fosters a community for undergraduate fellows interested in working in the field of student affairs/higher education by providing them with mentorship, personal and professional development, navigational skills, knowledge, and tools from professionals in the field.

Graduate Student Institute

The Graduate Student Institute fosters a community of learning and development for graduate students in the field of student affairs/higher education. Participants will get to meet and learn from various professionals in the field. From leading authentically to how to navigate the journey of higher education, the Graduate Student Institute is designed to support and prepare you for your trajectory in student affairs and higher education.

New Professionals Institute

The New Professional experience is an important and influential time in our Student Affairs journey; however, transforming lessons and experiences from graduate programs and/or prior roles into leadership foundations for higher education requires intentionality. From thinking about challenges facing leaders in Student Affairs to planning your professional pathways, the New ProfessionalsInstitute(NPI) is designed to support your journey through the profession.

Mid-Level Institute

Mid-Level professionals are some of the most influential people in Student Affairs. Across numerous institutions of higher education and in various positions, these professionals help to bring the mission and vision of their institutions to life. The Mid-Level Professional Institute is a moment that you don’t want to miss! It will be a time of learning, sharing, and growing together with the assistance of experienced Student Affairs leaders. Some of our focus will be on mentoring, college student mental health, performance appraisals, and the core competencies for successful leadership. Bring your expertise and your questions to this interactive institute.

Community College Institute

TheCCIis a pre-conference workshop that allows staff and faculty to learn from and engage with one another on a variety of critical issues affecting student affairs professionals in the community college setting.

Associate Vice Presidents/Dean of Students Institute

The AVP/DOS Institute is designed as a purposeful gathering space for AVPs/DOS to engage in shared learning, consultation, crowdsourcing, and mutual support.

Senior Student Affairs Officers (SSAO) Institute

The Senior Student Affairs Officers (SSAO) institute is an opportunity for Chief Student Affairs Officer/Vice Presidents of Student Affairs to discuss topics and issues relevant to the roles.

WRC 2023 Conference Committee

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (4)

Karnell McConnell-Black

2023 WRC Chair

WRC Chair
Reed College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (5)

Sherwynn Umali

WRC 2023, Co-Chair

University of California, Irvine

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (6)

Cathy Carrington

WRC 23

Associate to the Chair
Reed College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (7)

Oliver Anderson

WRC 2023

Westminster College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (8)

Devin Williams

WRC 2023

Local Arrangements
University Nevada, Reno

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (9)

Alina Coronado

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WRC 2023

Outreach & Marketing
University of Southern California

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (10)

Reggie Robles

WRC 2023

Volunteers & Engagement
Cal Poly Pamona

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (11)

Andrew Mutsalkisana

WRC 2023

SA Speaks
UC Davis

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (12)

Shishei Tsang

WRC 2023

Reed College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (13)

Jennifer Alanis

WRC 2023, Registration Co-Chair

Registration Co-Chair
Harvey Mudd College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (14)

Tamara Ko

WRC 2023

Lewis & Clark College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (15)

Jazmin (JD) Dantzler

Co-Chair Programs

California State Polytechnic University-Pomona

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (16)

Sarah Kutten

Co-Chair Programs

University of Oregon

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (17)

Chris Holland


University of Hawaii Hilo

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (18)

Joanna Royce Davis


Pacific Lutheran University

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (19)

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Ellen Whithead

WRC 2022, Exhibitors & Silent Auction

Exhibitors & Silent Auction
UC Riverside

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (20)

Beth Lensen

WRC 2023

Graduate Student Institute
California State University Long Beach

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (21)

Eboni Ford Turnbow

WRC 2023, NUFP Institute

NUFP Institute
CSU Channel Islands

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (22)

Rick Flores

WRC 2023 NUFP Institute

NUFP Institute
Skagit Valley College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (23)

Portia Anderson

WRC 2023

New Professional Institute
University of Utah

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (24)

Rudy Medina

WRC 2023

New Professional Institute
CSU, Monterey Bay

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (25)

Darlene Esparza

WRC 2023

Mid-Level Professional Institute
UC Irvine

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (26)

Christy Martin

WRC 2023

Mid-Level Professional Institute
Reed College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (27)

Betzabel Z. Martinez

Co-Chair Community College Institute

Community College Institute
Mt. San Antonio College

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (28)

Janna Bernstein

Co-Chair Community College Institute

Community College Institute
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

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2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (29)

Glenna Chang

WRC 2023

AVP/DoS Institute
University of Washington

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (30)

Marcus Langford

WRC 2023

AVP/DoS Institute
University of Oregon

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (32)

Romando Nash

Region V Director

Associate Vice President for Student Life Services, University of Nevada, Reno
Region V Director

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (33)

Rameen Talesh

Region VI Director
University of California, Irvine

2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference (34)

Floyd Lai

WRC 2023, 2024 WRC Chair

2024 WRC Chair
California State University San Marcos


NASPA Western Regional Conference brings together the best ofLas Vegas, NVwith the best of NASPA Regions V and VI!

NASPA 2023 Western Regional Conference (WRC) inthe city of lightsLas Vegas, NV, November 4-7 (Preconferences: 11/4-11/5; Conference: 11/5-11/7). The NASPA WRC will bring together at least 700student affairs educators for in person shared learning experiences, networking, and future planning.

Here is where you come in!

As we look toward the 2023 WRC, we invite YOU to be a key part of the conference by sharing your organization’s story, expanding your network/contacts, and engaging and building relationships with a broad range of decision makers and influencers on campuses throughout NASPA Region V (Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington) and NASPA Region VI (Aotearoa/New Zealand, Arizona, Australia, California, China, Guahan/Guam, Hawai'i, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore).

Make an impact on the future with NASPA Regions V and VI!

NASPA remains the leading association for the advocacy of student success, inclusion, social justice, research, scholarship, professional development, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. And, this conference brings together our extensive and diverse membership from across 17 states, territories and countries.

Sponsorship opportunities give you high visibility, many opportunities for relationship building, and the chance for positive ROI overall!

Sponsors are key partners in ensuring that Student Affairs educators and students are positioned for success! Your involvement and participation is critical to ensuring that the conference experience is transformational, celebratory, and that conference outcomes ultimately make a difference for college students. Sponsorship benefits for the November 2023 conference (dependent on specific sponsorship levels) include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Opportunity to address conference attendees at a signature event (e.g., Opening session, Senior Student Affairs Officer/SSAO Institute, AVP/Dean of Students Institute, awards ceremony, and more!)

  2. Public recognition during the WRC opening session.

  3. Public recognition during a WRC keynote or closing session.

  4. Public recognition and speaking opportunity during a reception or constituent gathering.

  5. Company and Sponsorship signage in prominent and highly visible locations during the conference.

  6. Access to the conference attendee mailing list.

  7. Being linked to the event in conference publications and promotions using multiple modalities, including social media, webpages, conference programs, and more!

  8. Brand recognition via your organizational logo on WRC mobile app and WRC websites.

  9. Invitation to attend the Sponsorship/Exhibitor and Senior Student Affairs Officer (SSAO) Reception.

  10. Included conference registrations (the number is dependent on sponsorship level), allowing you to participate in learning alongside Student Affairs educators.

  11. Option to exhibit during the entire conference (one 6-foot table).

  12. Accessibility to the key decision-makers and influencers at colleges and universities

  13. Increased visibility and exposure of your products and services.

What does it take?

Choose a sponsorship level and get ready to engage some amazing Student Affairs educators!

2023 Sponsorship levels are:

  • Platinum: $30,000 - includes all listed sponsorship benefits and possibility of a program session.
  • Gold: $20,000 - includes sponsorship benefits #3-#13.
  • Silver: $10,000 - includes sponsorship benefits #5-#13.
  • Bronze: $5000 - includes sponsorship benefits #7-#13.

Ready to set up on site?

Beyond the sponsorship opportunities, your company may consider being an exhibitor at the conference. Exhibitors will be placed near heavily trafficked areas of the conference to help maximize visibility and contact. These areas are utilized mostly pre- and post-keynotes and educational sessions.

Exhibitor Opportunities - includes benefits #10-#13.

  • NASPA Member Exhibitor Booth (includes one conference registration) - $1,500
  • Non-NASPA Member Exhibitor Booth (includes one conference registration)- $2,000

Ready to commit?

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Please use the following Sponsorship Registration From.

We look forward to you joining us at the 2023 Western Regional Conference in Las Vegas, NV! Thank you for engaging with us. If you have questions, please let any one of us know.

  • Chris Holland, Ph.D., ViceChancellor of Student Affairs, Universityof Hawai'i at Hilo, [emailprotected], WRC Sponsorships Co-Chair
  • Joanna Royce-Davis, Ph.D.,Vice President for Student Life, Pacific Lutheran University, [emailprotected], WRC Sponsorships Co-Chair
  • Ellen Whitehead, Ed.D, Associate Dean of Students, University of California, Irvine, [emailprotected], WRC Exhibits Chair


2023 NASPA Western Regional Conference? ›

NASPA 2023 Western Regional Conference (WRC) in the city of lights Las Vegas, NV, November 4-7 (Preconferences: 11/4-11/5; Conference: 11/5-11/7). The NASPA WRC will bring together at least 700 student affairs educators

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for in person shared learning experiences, networking, and future planning.

Where is the Naspa 2024? ›

The #NASPA24 will be held March 9 - 13, 2024 in Seattle, Washington.

Where is the naspa annual conference held? ›

The conference will be held in the Seattle Convention Center Summit Building (900 Pine Street, Seattle, WA, 98101) and the Hyatt Regency Seattle (808 Howell Street, Seattle, WA 98101).

What is the Naspa Annual Conference? ›

The NASPA Annual Conference is the premier student affairs professional development event. With over 7,000 student affairs educators, the NASPA Annual Conference is the largest event of its kind.

What is the Naspa Institute for Aspiring vice presidents? ›

The NASPA Institute for New Vice Presidents for Student Affairs is a foundational faculty-led, four-day learning and networking experience that prepares new VPSAs to be strategic decision-makers, highly effective managers, and transformational leaders.

Where is the NAEYC Conference in 2023? ›

We invite you to share your research, content expertise, and experience at the 2023 NAEYC Annual Conference in Nashville, TN.

Where is nafsa 2023? ›

Join us in Washington, DC, a welcoming capital city rich in history and culture, from May 30 to June 2, 2023. International educators from more than 100 nations will discover the latest innovations, proven strategies, and best practices at NAFSA 2023.

Where is the ASCD conference in 2023? ›

All Annual Conference sessions will be held at the Colorado Convention Center. We can't wait to see you at the annual conference. While you are here, explore more of what Denver has to offer! Ready to attend ASCD's 2023 Annual Conference but need to make your case?

How many people attend NASPA? ›

Given the ongoing global pandemic, conference attendance is still unpredictable. We anticipate anywhere between 5,000 and 7,000 people.

How many people attend the NASPA conference? ›

With over 6,000 participants and exhibitors, the 2023 NASPA Annual Conference was a success! The 2024 NASPA Annual Conference is already shaping up to be another memorable gathering as the Association continues to approach pre-pandemic levels of attendance and engagement.

What are the benefits of NASPA? ›

Discounted or free registration on all virtual learning and engagement opportunities, including live briefings, short-courses, community building and networking conversations, and large-scale virtual events.

What is the purpose of NASPA? ›

Our Mission

As the leading voice of student affairs, NASPA drives innovation and evidence-based, student-centered practice throughout higher education, nationally and globally.

What is the AWWA conference? ›

25-28, 2020. Anaheim, California. AWWA and WEF have established this prestigious event to present the latest approaches, practices, techniques and research in all aspects of utility management. Register Now. Annual Conference.

How do you become a Vice President of a college? ›

A master's degree in education, public affairs or business administration is sufficient for most executive VP positions, but a Ph. D. is typically required for more senior executive positions at academic institutions.

What does a Stuco Vice President do? ›

Student council vice president is a pretty sweet role. You get to work closely with the president to implement changes that will really impact your school, participate in fun student council sponsored events, and step in and take charge of everything whenever the president isn't available.

What does a Vice President for student development do? ›

Provides supervision and counsel regarding student activities, the Student Government Association, and related functions. Lead the operational planning, budget, assessment, and continuous improvement processes for Student Services.

How do I register for NAEYC Conference 2023? ›

If registering online, you will need to log into your NAEYC membership account. If registering using the Registration form, you will need to provide your valid NAEYC membership ID#. Become a Standard or Premium level member online or call NAEYC's Member Services at 202-232-8777 or 800-424-2460, ext. 4.

Is NAEYC accreditation worth it? ›

NAEYC Accreditation helps parents find the best possible early childhood experience for their children. NAEYC-Accredited programs must: Promote positive relationships for all children and adults to encourage each child's sense of individual worth.

What is the lowest cost of becoming a member of NAEYC? ›

Value at Every Level
Standard $69Premium $150
Access to YC Digital Archive
Complimentary NAEYC Books**1 Book5 Books
Local Affiliate Membership
Online Networking
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How much is NAFSA conference 2023? ›

Full Conference Registration Fees
Member TypeEarly-Bird (March 1-April 16)On-Site (May 28-June 2)
Student / Retired Member$475$675

What is the theme of NAFSA 2023? ›

The 75th NAFSA Annual Conference & Expo is a celebration of 75 years of international education and global leadership, while also looking ahead with this year's theme: Inspiring an Inclusive Future.

Where is NAFSA held in Denver? ›

NAFSA 2022 will convene at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado over the dates of May 31-June 3, 2022.

Where is nassp conference 2023? ›

It will be held at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

What is the NASPA task force on the future of student affairs? ›

The task force identified four critical areas to the future of student affairs: student needs and expectations; social justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion; professional preparation and development; and workforce satisfaction and retention.

What is NASPA center for first generation success? ›

The Center for First-generation Student Success, an initiative of NASPA and The Suder Foundation, is the premier source of evidence-based practices, professional development, and knowledge creation for the higher education community to advance the success of first-generation students.

What is NASPA nimble? ›

NASPA is a nonprofit association that represents administrative professionals and students who work in the field of student affairs in higher education.

How big is the APHA conference? ›

The APHA Annual Meeting brings together more than 12,000 public health professionals from across the world to engage, collaborate and grow through educational and networking opportunities.

How many people attend NAEYC conference? ›

NACAC Conference 2023 will bring over 6,000 attendees from all college admission counseling arenas, in-person, to Baltimore to share best practices, inspirational ideas, cutting-edge research, and professional stories.

How many people attend the ASCD conference? ›

ASCD Annual Conference
Timings 09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected) Not VerifiedEntry Fees Check Official Website
Estimated Turnout 100 - 500 Delegates Based on previous editionsCategory & Type Conference Education & Training Wellness, Health & Fitness
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What does it mean to be a NASPA member? ›

Historically, NASPA stands for National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. However, we have updated the name of the association to NASPA, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.

What are the standards of professional practice NASPA? ›

Members respect and acknowledge all lawful authority. Members refrain from conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, and misrepresentation or unlawful discrimination. NASPA recognizes that legal issues are often ambiguous, and members should seek the advice of counsel as appropriate.

What can wellness credits be used for? ›

How are credits used or redeemed? Credits can be applied to any deductible or coinsurance expense for you, your spouse/domestic partner, or enrolled dependents.

What is the largest military conference? ›

The Association of the United States Army's Annual Meeting is the largest land power exposition and professional development forum in North America.

What are the largest army conferences? ›

Held every October by the Association of the United States Army, the AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition is the largest land power exposition and professional development forum in North America.

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In March 2023, EPA proposed a National Primary Drinking Water Regulation for six PFAS, including PFOA and PFOS as individual contaminants, and PFHxS, PFBS, PFNA, and GenX Chemicals as a mixture of contaminants.

Can I be a VP without a degree? ›

Even though most vice presidents have a college degree, it's possible to become one with only a high school degree or GED.

Can you be a college president without a PhD? ›

Myth 1: You need a doctorate degree

While many college presidents have a doctoral degree, a growing number of successful candidates come from nontraditional backgrounds, writes Martin, who has served as president of Moravian College and Randolph-Macon College.

Can you become a VP without a degree? ›

Yes, you can become a VP without a degree.

Only 2-3% of vice presidents of successful companies have only a high school degree or GED. The vice president oversees a large range of activities and should have a proven track record in management to qualify for the job.

What makes a good student council officer? ›

Leadership skills – Are you willing to lead committees and be a representative for your class? Creative – Are you able to think of new and exciting activities and fundraisers for the student council. Communicative –Are you able to share ideas with other student council members, your class and all of middle school?

What power does a student council president have? ›

Duties and powers

The president may oversee his or her association's efforts on student activity events and planning, school policy support from students, budget allocation, fiscal planning, recognition of developing issues pertaining to students, and communication between faculty/staff and the student body.

What does a 5th grade secretary do? ›

Attend all meetings and listen for important dates and events. Take notes and report important information to a lower grade class as assigned and their own class communicating what is happening. Weekly tend to the recycling baskets in both the assigned lower grade class and their own classroom.

How many members does NASPA have? ›

NASPA is a network of more than 15,000 members at 2,100 institutions coming together to support each other, overcome expanding challenges, and center student success in the evolution of higher education.

How do I contact the NASPA conference? ›

Questions about registration? Please contact customer service or call 864-699-0936.

What does NASPA stand for in higher education? ›

Historically, NASPA stands for National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. However, we have updated the name of the association to NASPA, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.

Who is the CEO of NASPA? ›

Kevin Kruger draws on more than 40 years of experience in higher education.

How to do a student conference? ›

How to Use
  1. Declare a Purpose. A student conference should be used to discuss a student's performance or behavior. ...
  2. Hold the Conference. The actual conference with the student should be private and between the teacher and student only, without other classmates. ...
  3. Keep a Record. ...
  4. Follow Up.

How do you host a national conference? ›

How to Organise a Conference: Step-By-Step Guide
  1. Step 1: Decide on a theme. ...
  2. Step 2: Assemble your A-team. ...
  3. Step 3: Prepare a budget & business plan. ...
  4. Step 4: Find sponsors & grants [optional] ...
  5. Step 5: Settle on a date. ...
  6. Step 6: Book the venue. ...
  7. Step 7: Arrange catering & other vendors [optional] ...
  8. Step 8: Line up your speakers.


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