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Are you interested in joining the NAD Board? President Emeritus T. Alan Hurwitz encourages you to apply! #NAD2018 #NADboard
VIDEO DESC & TRANSCRIPT: T. Alan Hurwitz is standing inside the NAD Headquarters lobby. The NAD logo appears on bottom right corner as a watermark.
ALAN: Greetings from the NAD! My name is T. Alan Hurwitz. I am President Emeritus of the National Association of the Deaf. On behalf of the NAD Election Committee, it is my pleasure to announce a call for candidates to run for a position on the NAD Board. This is a great opportunity for you! The NAD is looking for people who wish to improve the quality of life of Deaf and Hard of Hearing People through its advocacy work.
There are four executive board positions available for election for a term of two years, 2018 – 2020:
2) Vice President
There are also four representative positions available for election for a term of four years, 2018 – 2022:
1) Region 1
2) Region 2
3) Region 3
4) Region 4
There are two requirements for candidates:
1) You must be a NAD member for at least the last two years;
2) You must be a member of either a NAD affiliated State Association or a national organization affiliated with the NAD.
I encourage you to consider applying for a position, which you can do online. If you know someone who should apply, encourage them! The same link has more details about the NAD Election Standards and Procedures. The election will take place at the NAD Conference in Hartford, Connecticut, on Thursday, July 5, 2018. I look forward to seeing you all in Hartford!
Video fades to a soft white background with several different font types showing “NAD” very quickly. Copyright video ends with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) logo centered. Blue text below the logo appears, “The National Association of the Deaf / (copyright) 2018 All Rights Reserved / www.nad.org”; a yellow highlight of the URL appears at the end.
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