Until then, here’s a sneak peak of our conference logo and theme, “Celebrating our Partnership in Service.” I hope you agree that this simple sentence speaks to what we do as judiciary employees.
Do you want to serve the NCBC is some capacity? If so, think about running for a NCBC position. This year, there are two board positions and one Treasurer position available at the end of this year’s conference. Additionally, the president-elect position, currently held by Eddy Emmons, will be included on the ballot. You may recall that because of the resignation of Lee Ann Bennett, I moved up to the president position. The board elected Eddy to serve the remainder of my unexpired term. In order to serve a two year term as president elect, Eddy must be elected by the membership. Terms for board members and officers are two years, beginning from the close of the annual conference in the year in which they are elected. The NCBC by-laws allow the secretary, treasurer and at large board members to run for one additional term at the conclusion of their initial two year term. A call for nominations will be sent by NCBC Secretary, Eileen Garrity in mid-February. Please feel free to reach out to me or any other officer/ board member with questions.
Wishing you all a wonderful winter!