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Your Voice Matters!
Please Review and Help Us Select
NASW-NYC's Leadership for 2020
 
This is your electronic ballot to help select NASW-NYC Leadership for the upcoming year. We value your input and want you to be heard.
 
This election cycle, the slate includes the following positions: (1) Secretary, (3) Members-at-Large, (1) MSW & (1) BSW Member-at-Large, and (6) Chapter Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CCNLI). The link below in red will take you to the ballot for the election. The platform statements of all the candidates will only take a few minutes to read

Click here to read their statements before you log in to vote.

VOTING INSTRUCTIONS
 
Be sure to read the platform statements for each candidate.

You can only log into the ballot once to cast your vote, so please make sure you plan to complete the process in one sitting. Voting takes approximately 5-10 minutes. 
 
The deadline for voting is Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 5PM, but don't wait, cast your vote as soon as you can.

You will need to be a member of NASW-NYC and enter your member ID when you vote. If you have a problem voting or do not know you member id #, please.send an email to contactus.naswnyc@socialworkers.org.
 
 
Thank you for being a member of NASW and helping the profession remain strong.

 

 

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The NASW-NYC Committee on

Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI)

seeks recommendation for Chapter elections

 

 

NASW-NYC’s Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification has requested that members begin to make recommendations now. The basic requirement for being nominated is current membership in NASW-NYC.

 

In keeping with NASW’s affirmative action policy, Chapter leadership must proportionally reflect the number of women (79%) and people of color (19%) in the organization’s overall membership. 

 

NASW recognizes the following groups in its Affirmative Action policy: American Indian/Native Americans; Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders; Black and Latinx people. The Chapter will also consider transgender/ gender non- confirming/ gender diverse community, sexual orientation, Indigenous community, those with varying migration status, young people, individuals with different abilities/ disabilities, Veterans, and people with varying cognitive and behavioral health conditions, as part of its affirmative action goals.

 

 

Please click here to make a recommendation for

Leadership Spring 2020 positions.

Self-nominations are welcomed.

 

Please click here for a PDF of the form.

If you have any questions, please contact kmoskos.naswnyc@socialworkers.org

 

 

 

Click the listings below for position details


 

Secretary

 

Member-at-Large

 

Student Member-at-Large

 

NASW-NYC CNLI Member

 

 

Last Updated: March 2020

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