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Get to know the NCRA Board of Directors better by attending these two events


NCRA is offering two opportunities for members to learn more about the Association and the Board of Directors. This Saturday, April 15, join President Jason T. Meadors, FAPR, RPR, CRR, CRC, at his virtual Town Hall where he’ll discuss important NCRA advocacy efforts and upcoming events. Members can also register to attend the April 22 open session of the Board of Directors virtual meeting.

NCRA Town Hall

During his virtual Town Hall, President Meadors will provide an update on a number of topics including the Indiana Rule Amendment as well as his insights into the 2023 NCRA Leadership & Legislative Boot Camp that took place in February.

He will also talk about upcoming events including National Volunteer Month, Celebrate Certification Month, Mental Health Awareness Month, and the 2023 NCRA Conference & Expo taking place July 27-30 in Houston, Texas, and more.

In addition to keeping members informed about the latest in news and initiatives from the Association, the NCRA virtual Town Hall meetings offer members the opportunity to ask questions via the Q&A feature. Members can also catch up on previous Town Halls by clicking here. Only NCRA members may attend the Town Halls. 

Register here for the NCRA Town Hall.

NCRA Board Meeting

NCRA members are also invited to attend the April 22 open session of the Board of Directors meeting being held virtually beginning at 10 a.m. Eastern. Registration through the NCRA Learning Center is open now.

NCRA Board meetings are open to members who wish to observe their elected leaders in action. Members observing the meeting should know that effective governance requires that Directors engage in frank, open, and direct conversations as they attempt to identify, assess, and ultimately decide among all possible options for action. Opinions expressed or comments offered by individual Board members during discussions prior to formal action by the Board should not be construed as the official position of the Board or the Association.

Both as a practical matter and for legal reasons, the minutes of the meeting are the final and only official record of the meeting and its actions.

See your Board in action:

Register now.

Meet the NCRA Board of Directors.