Welcome to the Board of Directors page. Our job is to connect and educate our membership - we welcome your comments and suggestions at any time! Nominations for Board positions are taken annually and voted on at the National conferences according to their service rotation.
This is a progressive, three-year position serving one year each as President-Elect, President, and Past-President. During the first year as President-Elect, this position is responsible for the planning of the agenda for the annual National Meeting as well as assisting the President. The second year, as President, he/she is responsible for setting Board of Directors' meeting, sending welcome letters to new PowerSchool PLUS license holders/SNUG members, acting as liaison to PowerSchool, answering pertinent correspondence, and serves as Chair and organizer of the National Meeting. As Past-President, in the third year, this individual provides continuity to the Board of Directors, is Chair of the Nominating Committee, and administers the annual SNUG membership renewal process.
Chris Diggs, Ed.D.
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The Director-at-Large serves a three-year term. There are five Director-at-Large positions with one position being elected each year. These positions administer the post-conference surveys, coordinate updates to the SNUG web site, follow up with sites that have not renewed their SNUG membership, assist in conference agendas, act as liaisons to the Regional and Special Interest Group coordinators and serve on Board committees as assigned by the President. Currently there is one vacant position for Director-at-Large.
The Treasurer serves a three-year term. This position administers the organization's fiscal responsibilities including but not limited to developing an annual budget, reporting financial statements at Board and membership meetings, and receipting and issuing payments.
The Secretary serves a three-year term. The Secretary takes and distributes the minutes from all Board meetings, updates Board policies and bylaws, and holds the archival of all those documents critical to the organization.