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Revisions to the NAPAHE bylaws are being proposed. A complete copy of the proposed changes are posted. The main purpose for the revisions is to update the bylaws so that they accurately reflect practices that we are already following and to update language to further clarify intent. This item will be discussed at the NAPAHE Conference business meeting on March 10. Following the conference, members will be asked to vote on the changes by electronic vote. More information will be provided.
Review Proposed Revisions (You must be logged in as an active member)
March 8-10, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.
Hotel: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
Presidential assistants have a unique job, and for many of us, it’s hard to find resources on our campus to inform all aspects of our work. NAPAHE has connected me to presidential assistants across the country who understand broadly our challenging and complex work, and who can give specific recommendations about making certain tasks easier or more efficient.
Each year, I look forward to the NAPAHE Conference as a chance to mentor and be mentored. I’ve garnered advice (about planning a presidential inauguration and about participating as a member of the president’s cabinet, for example) and given it (about thriving during a presidential transition and developing your own professional skills). But, most importantly, I’ve developed relationships that sustain and energize my work. And, NAPAHE continues to add value to my work over multiple years of participation.
Kathryn A. E. Enke, Ph.D.
Chief of Staff and Lead Title IX Coordinator
College of Saint Benedict, St. Joseph, MN