I am pleased to announce that the NCBC has one new and one “not-so-new” Co-Historians. After speaking with several qualified and interested candidates, the NCBC Board approved my selections of Jennifer Paro and Jeff Davis as co-historians for three year terms. Jennifer has held this position for several years, sharing the duties with Mary Lynn Wilson, and I am grateful that she wants to continue this service to the NCBC. Jeff is new to the NCBC staff and we welcome his new perspective.
Elections and By-laws
In the next few weeks, you will receive an email ballot with some very important information. There are six candidates for three open positions on the Board of Governors and one candidate for NCBC Secretary. It is exciting to have so many members interested in working for you on behalf of the NCBC. I encourage you to review the candidate statements in this newsletter and cast your vote. The ballot will also contain important information about revisions to the NCBC by-laws. Please review the changes and vote accordingly.
July 2017 – Annual Education Conference
Have you heard the NCBC is having a conference this summer?! Denver 2017 is quickly approaching and Ken Gardner (Clerk) and his conference team have planned an excellent program. Please check the NCBC Website 2017 Conference page often. In addition to almost 40 diverse breakout sessions, program highlights include remarks by Director Jim Duff and all three Associate Directors, Jim Baugher, Laura Minor and Joe Peters; MSU education courses and graduation; Dana Chipman from the FJC, and much more. We are honored to have Chief Judge Timothy Tymkovich from the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and Chief Judge Michael Romero, District of Colorado Bankruptcy Court welcome all attendees on Tuesday morning.
I look forward to seeing many of you in Denver for the 2017 Education Conference! The NCBC is here for its members – let us know what you think!