NAA is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Committees, task forces and other groups are established to assist in this governance. Committees represent, involve and serve members while providing a framework for educating future leaders of the association. They promote member participation in problem solving and provide a forum for the many interests within the association, utilizing the experience, knowledge and skills of our members.
Livestream: Rick Graf, CPM, 2021 NAA Chairman of the Board Installation and Hall of Fame presentation, Brad Williams, CPM
December 3, 2020 (6pm CT)
The video of this event is available for download.
NAA is organized into 10 regional entities. Each state in the region is allocated delegates and alternates based upon a percentage of dues paid to NAA. A delegate (or alternate) is authorized to act as a representative of the state from which they were appointed to vote on Association business that may come before the Assembly of Delegates.
If you have questions about NAA’s Leadership, including ways in which you can serve as a volunteer, please contact Judy Reynolds, Senior Manager of Governance.