Join us on Thursday, September 24th, for our 2021 Board Election!
Thank you in advance for participating in our chapter election this year! It's an exciting election. Voting on these open positions will happen during this event after we meet our candidates, so get ready to vote! Want to get to know our candidates before the event? Check out their LinkedIn profiles below, and don't forget to connect.
Reminder: You must be a member of ATD NEFL in good standing to vote.
Sheryl Eliam – VP of Technology
Responsible for identifying, implementing and maintaining website content and features, and identifying other technologies that will support Board goals and improve member services by providing web pages, publishing interfaces, surveys, discussions, webinars, online-forms, e-commerce, and other features, as appropriate.
Courtney Harris – VP of Community Engagement
Responsible for managing and promoting community engagement by developing communication relationships, being an advocate to the Board for community needs, serving as ambassador to the local community, and promoting programs and initiatives to create/build partnerships with local community groups, organizations, etc.
Audrey White- VP of Partnerships
Responsible for building community partnerships that support sponsorship programs, solicits sponsorship, strategic partnerships, and leading fundraising activities.
Scott Fossler- President Elect
Responsible for assisting the Chapter President in the performance of management duties, automatically succeeding to President. Participates in the recruitment of Board Members to lead the Chapter in the succeeding year. Oversees the yearly CARE reporting requirement and functions as the main point of contact for ATD on all CARE-related communications. Participates in the development and implementation of short-term and long-term strategic planning for the Chapter.
Regina Pietrone- VP of Programs
Responsible for the Chapter's events and programs, including sourcing topics/speakers, site selection, and overall meeting management and reporting. Ensures a relevant program/event is held regularly (at least once each quarter).