NACDL conducts annual elections for various officer and Board positions. Each year, NACDL elects approximately one third of the Board of Directors. Directors serve three-year terms and may serve two consecutive full terms. Each year NACDL also elects a Secretary, Second and First Vice President, and President Elect. After a one-year term, the President Elect automatically becomes President. Finally, NACDL elects a Treasurer to a two-year term every other year. The Treasurer is ineligible to run for any Board or Director office during that term.
Periodically NACDL conducts special elections to fill positions left vacant.
All elections and election candidates are subject to the provisions of the NACDL bylaws regarding elections and to the board-adopted standing board policy on elections.
At NACDL's 2014 Annual Board Meeting, NACDL President Ted Simon announced four vacancies on the board of directors. The board will fill those vacancies at its November 8, 2014 Fall Meeting in Washington, DC. Candidacy materials are due October 24 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
2014 Regular Election
In 2014 NACDL elected eight members to the Board of Directors, in addition to a President Elect, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary.
NACDL recieved no candidacy petitions for the positions of President Elect, First Vice President, and Second Vice President. Accordingly, the following candidates were elected by acclamation per Article Article VIII, Section 3(b) of NACDL's Bylaws:
- President Elect: E. G. Morris
- First Vice President: Barry Pollack
- Second Vice President: Rick Jones
NACDL received candidacy petitions for the positions of Director, Secretary, and Treasurer. NACDL's membership elected the following individuals to those positions:
- Treasurer: William Buckman
- Secretary: Drew Findling
- Daniel N. Arshack
- Nicole DeBorde
- Marissa L. Elkins
- Michael P. Heiskell
- Tyrone C. Moncriffe
- Melinda M. Sarafa
- Robert S. Toale
- Deja Vishny
Information on NACDL's 2015 Annual Election will be posted here in late 2014.