NIRSA owes its success to the leadership of dedicated volunteers—to members who generously donate their time and use their experience in the collegiate recreation profession to support NIRSA members and direct NIRSA’s operations and services. Thanks to these dedicated members, NIRSA continues creating and sustaining powerful communities of wellbeing worldwide!
NIRSA membership votes annually via electronic elections to fill positions on the NIRSA Member Network and the NIRSA Board of Directors. Elections recently closed, and the Association would like to thank the members who voted—32.6%—the highest percentage since 2010 and 2011, when electronic elections first launched. From the robust slate of inspiring individuals who stood for office to the dedicated members who took time out of their busy schedules to vote, the strength of our Association depends on your voice—and you’ve made it count.
The Association is also thrilled to welcome our incoming professional and student leaders to positions on the 2018–2019 NIRSA Board of Directors and Member Network beginning on May 1.
NIRSA Board of Directors
Austin Peay State University
Member Network Professional Positions
Region II Regional Representative
Craig Decker, RCRSP
West Virginia University
Region IV Regional Representative
Texas A&M University-College Station
Region VI Regional Representative
Portland State University
Canadian Regional Representative
University of Victoria
Member Network Student Positions
NIRSA Student Leader
University of Mississippi
Region I Regional Student Leader
Region II Regional Student Leader
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Region III Regional Student Leader
Region IV Regional Student Leader
Xiomara (CieCie) Leonard
Texas A&M University- Commerce
Region V Regional Student Leader
University of Nebraska
Region VI Regional Student Leader
Washington State University
Canadian Regional Student Leader
University of Windsor
Please join us in congratulating the elected members!
- For more information, please contact NIRSA Senior Director of Professional Development Mary Callender.