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WSPTA NOMINATING COMMITTEE REPORT
The 2015-2016 Washington State PTA Nominating Committee places the following names in nomination (click here for the full report):
Family and Community Engagement Director: Judy East
Finance Officer : Janice Kutzera
Leadership Director : Julie Haase
Legislative Director : Duncan Taylor
Membership Director : Teri Davis
Program Director : Marion Gillins
Secretary: Dori Tate
Area Vice Presidents
New to WSPTA Board for 2016-2017 is the integration of five area vice presidents (job description) who will oversee the assigned regions.
Area A Vice President (Regions 1 & 6): Monika Scotti
Area B Vice President (Regions 2 & 5): Jane Dulski
Area C Vice President: (Region 9 & 10): Sharon Pfeiffer
Area D Vice President (Regions 3, 4, 11, & 12): Amanda Shipman
Area E Vice President: Regions 7, 8, & 15): Michelle Nims
SEEKING NOMINATIONS FOR 3 AT-LARGE POSITIONS ON THE WSPTA NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Three At-Large positions on the 2016-18 Washington State PTA Nominating Committee will also be on the ballot for election at the 2016 WSPTA Convention. Candidates who wish to self-declare for election to one of these positions must be a member of a local PTA for at least 30 days prior to their election to the nominating committee. A signed Declaration of Good Faith form must also be submitted so that it is received by the WSPTA office by February 15, 2016. Click here for self-declaration. Download the WSPTA Elections Policy for further information.
WSPTA ANNUAL REPORT
During 2014-15, our state and nation faced many challenges and opportunities. The Washington State PTA has risen to the occasion to protect the welfare, safety, and education of all children. Once again, the Washington State PTA is seen as a powerful voice for children in this state, and has built on previous years of successful advocacy. Click here to read the 2014-15 Annual Report.