Board of Director Nominations
Election/Vacant Board Positions
Chapter relies on volunteers to set policy to guide the Chapter. Services
offered by the Alabama Chapter depend upon committed and capable
who give generously of their time, talent, and ideas and
upon members who choose effective leaders to represent them.
If you know of potential candidates
that would be interested in filling any of these vacant positions (
including yourself), please complete
the attached candidate nomination form and return it to NASW–Alabama by
June 17, 2023.
For your convenience, you may also submit your application by
fax to: 334-460-1035
OR online electronically at the following: https://forms.gle/DgvsTMz2WD9Be5LF7
Vacant NASW-Alabama Leadership Positions
Board of Director Members
Regional Representatives (Serves a two-year term; 2 positions available)
- Eastern Regional Representative (Must live in and be able to represent one of the following counties: Autauga, Butler, Calhoun, Chambers, Cherokee, Chilton, Clay, Cleburne, Coosa, Dallas, Elmore, Etowah, Lee, Lowndes, Macon, Montgomery, Randolph, Russell, St. Clair, Talladega, and Tallapoosa County)
- Southern Regional Representative (Must live in and be able to represent one of the following counties: Baldwin, Barbour, Bullock, Clarke, Coffee, Covington, Conecuh, Crenshaw, Dale, Escambia, Geneva, Henry, Houston, Mobile, Monroe, Pike, Washington, and Wilcox County)
BSW Student Representative (Serves a one-year term; 1 position available)
Students in their freshman, sophomore, or junior years in a BSW program are encouraged to apply
MSW Student Representative (Serves a one-year term; 1 position available)
Students in their first year of an MSW program are encouraged to apply.
Member at Large (Serves a two-year term; 1 position available)
CCNLI Chairman (Serves a three-year term; 1 position available)
Committee Membership (Non-Elected Leadership)
Legislative Affairs Committee (Serves a two-year term)
This committee is responsible for identifying and supporting legislation that is in the interest of the social work profession and those served by the social work profession. This committee also works to help elect & keep in office public officials/candidates who support the goals and objectives of the social work profession.
Conference Planning Committee (Serves a two-year term)
The purpose of this committee is to work with the BOD and Chapter in planning, coordinating, and conducting the Annual Conference and Social Work Advocacy Day. Additional regionally based conferences could be considered for facilitation as well.
Scholarship Committee (Serves a two-year term)
The purpose of this committee is to support and promote the NASW-Alabama scholarship program. They will build upon planning, marketing, and oversight of the scholarship program. The committee will also seek sponsorship and benefactors for the scholarship.
Chapter Nomination and Leadership Committee (CCNLI) (Serves a two-year term)
The CCNLI committee is responsible for identifying strong and qualified potential Leadership and Committee Members for the NASW-Alabama Chapter. This committee is also responsible for conducting the Chapter Nominations and Election process.
Ethics Committee (Serves a two-year term)
The committee of Ethics shall be composed of four persons from at least two different regions, appointed by the Vice-President with advice and consent of the Board and who shall be responsible for hearing and determining complaints filed in accordance with the Association’s policy on professional review. The Committee on Ethics may convene local panels to conduct hearings.