NACEP Seeking Treasurer for Board of Directors

NACEP has an opening for a treasurer to serve on the NACEP board and finance committee.  We are looking for your help to identify great candidates!  This is a unique opportunity for service open to an individual from a NACEP-accredited institution.  We encourage you to think beyond concurrent enrollment offices to other areas of colleges and universities for potential candidates.  We are looking for individuals with experience and knowledge in areas of finance, accounting, budgeting, investing, and grants.  This could be a great position for a college or university CFO, accountant, budget director, grant manager, or more.  This provides a way for folks who may or may not be directly involved in the daily operations of concurrent enrollment to lend their expertise to support this movement through a premier national organization.  Please consider yourself, your colleagues, and individuals across your college or university. 

Anyone who would like to be considered for this appointment should email their CV and a short statement of interest to Amy Williams (awilliams@nacep.org) before the close of business on Tuesday, September 3rd. We recognize that this opening went out previously; however, due to possible technical issues with the listserv, we are not sure that this reached all eligible institutions, so we are reposting. 

If anyone has questions or would like to know more about the needs of this position, they may contact the current NACEP treasurer Cesar Perez at CPerez@csi.edu

Miranda Rodriguez
Miranda has her B.A. in Communication from NC State University and her M.S. in Sports Management from Drexel University. Prior to NACEP, Miranda spent time working for The Burlington School as their Director of Communications. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, coaching softball, and watching her nephews grow up. Fun fact, Miranda, and her twin sister Shaina were the first two recruits to sign a softball scholarship at NC State University and were inducted into the North Carolina Softball Coaches Association Hall of Fame for their contributions and success in the game of softball.