Washington, DC (July 28, 2015) – NACDL installed newly-elected officers and directors at its Annual Board and Membership Meeting in Denver, CO, on July 26.
NACDL's newly-elected officers and directors:
President: E.G. Morris (Austin, TX)
President-Elect: Barry J. Pollack (Washington, DC)
First Vice President: Rick Jones (New York, NY)
Second Vice President: Drew Findling (Atlanta, GA)
Secretary: Nina J. Ginsberg (Alexandria, VA)
In addition, Chris Wellborn (Rock Hill, SC), who was elected Treasurer in a prior election, will continue to serve until 2016.
Board of Directors
John L. Arrascada (Reno, NV) (Affiliate Representative)
Charles Atwell (Kansas City, MO)
Jean-Jacques Cabou (Phoenix, AZ)
Aric Cramer (Saint George, UT)
Pat Cresta-Savage (Washington, DC)
Candace Crouse (Cincinnati, OH)
Ray de la Cabada (Miami, FL)
Daniella Gordon (Moorestown, NJ)
Richard Jaffe (Birmingham, AL) (Affiliate Representative)
Ashish Joshi (Ann Arbor, MI)
Nellie King (West Palm Beach, FL)
Ben LaBranche (Baton Rouge, LA)
George Newman (Philadelphia, PA)
Jo Ann Palchak (Tampa, FL)
Mark Schamel (Washington, DC)
Bonnie Hoffman (Leesburg, VA) was appointed Parliamentarian by NACDL President E.G. Morris at the July 26 meeting of the Board of Directors. Directors Jo Ann Palchak (Tampa, FL) and Aric M. Cramer (Saint George, UT) were selected to serve on NACDL's Executive Committee.
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