Nominating and Leadership Development Committee
Call for Letters of Intent
The NLDC is now accepting Letters of Intent to officially apply for national leadership positions to be elected and appointed in June 2015. The list of positions, descriptions of service requirements and responsibilities, letter of intent form, professional/personal references form, signature of agreement and submission form, and bio/resume template can be found in the Letter of Intent Package (PDF).
All required materials must be received at the National PTA office by Wednesday, October 1, 2014. Submissions may be made via postal mail or email. Please do not fax these forms, as faxes will not be accepted.
National PTA Headquarters
Attn: Jeff Evans, NLDC Staff Liaison
1250 North Pitt Street
Alexandria, VA, 22314
How to Express Interest
Submit your contact information to be added to the NLDC's database. You can also download the Interest Brochure and mail your contact information and areas of interest to National PTA headquarters: 1250 North Pitt Street, Alexandria, VA 22314. NOTE: The Interest Form is not the Letter of Intent. To officially apply for NPTA governance positions, please refer to Request for Letters of Intent section above.
What is the NLDC
The Nominating and Leadership Development Committee (NLDC) is an elected committee of seven members who are charged with screening and evaluating individuals and nominating candidates for such National PTA leadership positions as president-elect, secretary-treasurer, member representatives to the Board of Directors and the NLDC committee.
How Does the NLDC Find Candidates?
The NLDC is open to receiving applications from interested candidates and welcomes recommendations from PTA’s membership. As part of its role, members of the NLDC attend conferences, trainings and meetings at the national and state levels to take suggestions and observe PTA members in action.
Who Serves on the NLDC?
The elected members of the NLDC represent a diverse cross-section of PTA, including geographic representation. Each member serves a term of three years and is unable to serve in any other position within the National PTA governance structure during said term.
Where Can Interested Candidates Serve?
There are numerous positions within the National PTA governance structure that can be in sync with a candidate’s interest. Candidates may express interest in officer positions, the board of directors and the following committees:
- Bylaws and Policy
- Field Service
- Historical Preservation**
- Nominating and Leadership Development (NLDC)
- Resource Development
- Youth Involvement
- Convention Elections
- Convention General Arrangements
- Disaster Relief
- Male Engagement
- Military Family Support
- Organizational Effectiveness
- Special Needs
*Per bylaws, all members must be on the National PTA Board of Directors.
**Per bylaws, all members must be past National PTA presidents.
2014-2015 NLDC Committee
- Barb Bungard (Chair), OH
- Anne Carson (Vice-Chair), VA
- Darlene Harris, CA
- Mary Kenfield, WA
- Carolyn Nelson-Goedert, FL
- William “Bill” Potts-Datema, GA
- Darlene V. Willis, Ph.D., CA