NPPA's Vice President Resigns, Board Seeks Nominations
DURHAM, NC (March 23, 2013) – NPPA vice president Todd Maisel has announced his resignation due to pressing personal and family matters. Pursuant to NPPA bylaws, his vacancy will be filled by a majority vote of the board of directors. The new vice president will serve out the remainder of Maisel’s term, which runs through January 2014.
NPPA is now accepting nominations for candidates to fill the seat. Nominations will be accepted via eMail by NPPA's immediate past president Sean D. Elliot through April 22, the organization's national secretary Michael P. King announced today. Shortly after the nomination period ends, the board members will vote to fill the vacancy.
To be eligible for election to a national office, a member must be an NPPA Professional Member in good standing. For questions or for more information, contact King at [email protected] or see NPPA's Web site here.
NPPA who members interested in running for vice president, or who would like to nominate someone for the position, may submit a nomination by contacting Elliot at [email protected].