NAMLE Board Nomination Form
The NAMLE Board of Directors is regularly seeking candidates to join the Board and help guide the organization in its effort to advance media literacy education. NAMLE seeks individuals who are passionate about media literacy and also bring to the organization expertise in non-profit management, fundraising, communications, research and evaluation. Candidates need to have time to attend several meetings each month and roll-up their sleeves to do the necessary follow-up between meetings. They also have to be willing to help find resources to support the work and make their own personal contributions to the organization. Download this PDF to review a full list of NAMLE Board Responsibilities:
NAMLE By-Laws stipulate a board of 15-20 members. We review candidates throughout the year and bring new board members on in January and June of each year. NAMLE is committed to diversity and inclusion and encourages candidates from all backgrounds from across our country, with a special emphasis on including underrepresented voices.
If you or someone you know fits the above criteria, please fill out the survey below. After review, a board member will be in touch with candidates with more information or to schedule an interview.
Please provide some basic information about yourself so we can contact you about your recommendation.
What is the best method to reach you?
What is the best time to reach you?
About Your Candidate
Please answer the following information about the individual you would like to recommend for a position on NAMLE's Board of Directors.
Link to bio (employer's website, LinkedIn, etc.):
Where are they located?
District of Columbia
Northern Mariana Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands
Why do you think this person is a good candidate to consider for the NAMLE board?
Areas of Expertise/Leadership (check all that apply):
Early Childhood Education (0-5 years)
What is the candidates personal style?
NAMLE is committed to a board that represent the diversity of the communities we serve. You may choose to provide the following information about your candidate, however, it is not required.
Which category best describes the candidate? (choose all that apply)
American Indian or Alaska Native
Black or African American
Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin
Middle Eastern or North African
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Prefer not to answer
Which category best describes the candidate?
Prefer not to answer
Someone from NAMLE will be in contact with you to discuss your recommendation. Please answer the following questions to help us better understand where you are at in the recruitment process.
Have you discussed this opportunity with the candidate?
How would you describe the candidate's interest in serving on the Board of Directors for NAMLE?
Very hesitant/May need some convincing
Haven't discussed yet
Are you willing to provide an introduction?
Thank you for submitting your recommendation. Please feel free to complete this form again if you have more than one recommendation. We appreciate your commitment to NAMLE and media literacy education!
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This form was created inside of National Association for Media Literacy Education.