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What is the role of a NYSSCA Regional Governor? As one of 12, a regional governor holds a leadership role both on the board and in a specific area of New York State. This year we are seeking nominations for two regions in the most Western part of NYS as well as for New York City. Regional governors bring information to their region and gather feedback from the field on current issues. Communication is the key element for this role and regular emails to members in your region on current happenings are expected. Over the three year term, you will consider coordinating a regional program (often in conjunction with another group such as a college, BOCES or other organization) with help from others in your region. Being a regional governor doesn't require you already know everyone in your area, but you probably will by the time your three year term is up! It is an exciting and enriching position with many possibilities.
For more information or to discuss the possibilities, please contact Gloria Jean, past president and nominations committee chair at
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