As you consider your future involvement with NAGAP, it may be helpful to see examples of how some of our colleagues have navigated their individual paths toward NAGAP leadership.
Leadership comes in many forms, and all forms help professional organizations like NAGAP sustain and grow into the future. Whether you explore opportunities at the chapter or association level, your contributions help the association continue to thrive in an ever-changing higher education landscape. From presenting an education session to committee membership to chapter officer roles to running for an elected governing board position, there are opportunities to lead in a variety of ways. As demonstrated by these Leadership Profiles, the journey to becoming a leader in NAGAP can take many shapes.
There are many paths to leadership within NAGAP. We encourage you to engage with NAGAP and take the first step to finding yours.
"The greatest leaders mobilize others by coalescing people around a shared vision." --Ken Blanchard, Author, The One Minute Manager
Director of Admissions
University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education
NAGAP member since 2013
School of Business
Wake Forest University
NAGAP member since 2006
School of Graduate Studies
Memorial University of Newfoundland
NAGAP member since 2014