ANNY Election 2019
On February 25, 2019 all ANNY members in good standing will be asked to cast votes for several ballot items (election ballot to be sent via email).
In the 2018 elections, bylaw changes were approved by the ANNY membership. As we transition to the new board membership and election provisions, we ask you, our members, to approve one-year term extensions for two current board members; this will help facilitate the transition between the old bylaws and the new.
President Elect/President/Past President - Andrea Barra (Assistant Director of Assessment at Georgia College and State University)
Andrea is currently serving as President Elect and will be ANNY's President beginning in April 2019. Her current term is set to expire in April 2020. We request approval for a one-year term extension for Andrea (to April 2021) so she can complete the three year commitment as Past President.
Secretary - Nancy DeRiggi (Assistant Vice President of Planning, Assessment and Institutional Research at Pace University)
Nancy is currently serving as Secretary and her current term is set to expire this April. Secretary is now a two-year term that will be up for election in 2020 (opposite years as Treasurer). We request approval for a one-year term extension for Nancy (to April 2020) so she can complete the two year commitment as Secretary.
The nominating committee presents the following slate of candidates:
Please click onto each name to view each candidate's personal bio and statement of intent.
Duties of the President Elect shall include:
A. Presiding at meetings of the Board of Directors in the President’s absence;
B. Assisting the President in other duties as the need arises;
C. Assuming the duties of the President in the event that person cannot complete his/her term;
D. Performing other duties as delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors or as outlined in the Policies & Procedures Manual.
Duties of the President shall include:
A. Acting as chief executive;
B. Acting on behalf of the Board of Directors in the interim between meetings;
C. Appointing standing and select committees, with approval of the Board of Directors;
D. Officially representing ANNY;
E. Preparing the agenda and presiding at all meetings of the Board of Directors;
Duties of the Past President shall include:
A. Presiding at meetings of the Board of Directors in the absence of both the President and President Elect.
B. Serving as chair of the Nominating Committee, overseeing all responsibilities of that committee as defined in these bylaws.
C. Performing other duties as delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors, or as outlined in the Policies & Procedures Manual
A. Supervising the receipt, safekeeping, and accounting of all funds;
B. Providing financial reports at each meeting of the Board of Directors;
C. Disbursing ANNY funds as required;
D. Preparing the annual ANNY budget and financial report in cooperation with the President;
E. Maintaining appropriate fiscal/financial records of ANNY; F. Performing other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors
A. Chairing the Membership Engagement Committee and ensuring that all responsibilities of that committee are fulfilled;
B. Maintaining accurate records of current members in good standing;
C. Promoting membership in ANNY, especially among institutions or stakeholders that are not currently active in the Association;
D. Performing other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors.
A. Serving on ANNY committees as necessary and determined with the committee chairpersons;
B. Performing other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors.
Board members in all positions must be members of ANNY in good standing for the entirety of their board service.
Board Term Limits
A. A person who has served as President-Elect, President, and/or Past President may serve again in any board position when two full board years have passed after the end of their service as President Elect, President, or Past President. The person may appear on the ballot during the second board service year, but may only serve when two full board years have passed.
B. An individual may serve up to two consecutive terms as a non-President board member, if they are put forth as candidates for each term and win each election.
C. After two consecutive terms as a non-President board member, an individual may not serve on the board for two full board service years. After that, they will be eligible once again to serve as a board member (any position, including the 3-year President positions). A person may appear on the ballot in the second year, but not serve until two full board years have passed.
January: Call for nominations openEarly to mid-February: The nominating committee will review nominees and assemble the election slate
Late February: Voting opens
Mid-March: Candidates will be notified
April 10th: Board meeting with incoming and outgoing board members
April 11th: Beginning of board term
Chair: Karen Moronski-Chapman, ANNY Past President, Director of Institutional Research at Daemen College
Jo-Ellen Asbury, Associate Provost for Institutional Planning and Assessment at Brooklyn College
Kathleen Landy, ANNY President, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Teaching & Learning at Queensborough Community College, CUNY
Bob Karp, ANNY Board Member, Director of Institutional Effectiveness Emeriti/Retiree at SUNY Plattsburgh
Cathleen Morreale, Academic Assessment Coordinator at University at Buffalo