NIRSA continues to provide value for members and to innovate and impact the industry by seeking skilled and diverse leaders committed to advancing our vision of inspiring the development of healthy people and healthy communities.
The idea of female leadership might seem novel in a still male-dominated society, so how do four female NIRSA leaders view leadership?
The Association is pleased to welcome our incoming professional and student leaders to positions on the 2020–2021 NIRSA Board of Directors and Member Network beginning on May 1.
The Nominations & Appointments Committee reviewed numerous qualified applications and, with the endorsement of the 2019-2020 NIRSA Board of Directors, presents its slate of candidates for the 2020 NIRSA elections.
The NIRSA Board of Directors highlights the impact of member engagement on the proposed amendments and why they unanimously support these amendments for the short-term strength and long-term health of the organization.
Returning Annual Conference attendees at NIRSA 2020 will notice some exciting changes regarding the format of the 71st NIRSA Annual Conference in Phoenix, including how we celebrate the NIRSA Honor Award.
The NIRSA Board recently decided to table any member vote on bylaws changes related to membership dues until the regular January 2020 NIRSA election cycle at the earliest.
With the support of their respective nominating committees, NIRSA and the NIRSA Foundation recruited and recommended an estimable slate of board candidates to advance the priorities outlined in the strategic plan.
NIRSA will be hosting a “2018 NIRSA Financial Year in Review” webinar on Thursday, April 18 at 12:00pm Eastern Time; members can learn about operating budget results, reserve accounts, and the Association’s financial goals for 2019.
The NIRSA Board recently approved and appointed a Health & Wellbeing Task Force to help NIRSA be a driving force in an integrated approach to health and wellbeing.