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									ACTE
       Family and Consumer Sciences




     POLICY
  HANDBOOK
Table of Contents
Introduction                              1
Organization of the Division              2
President of the Division                 3



OPERATING POLICIES

I. General Purposes                       4
II. Membership                            4
III. Process of Nomination and
    Election                              4
IV. Budget                                5
V. Bylaws                                 9
VI. Policy and Planning Committee        10
VII. Committees                          11
       Divisional                        12
       ACTE Standing                     14
VIII. Affiliates and Sections            18
IX. Amendments                           19
X. General Policy                        20


Appendix
A. Required Materials
   for President-elect                   21
B. Past Presidents of the Division       25
C. Division Graduate Fellowship
   Policy and Application                26
D. Policy Committee Membership           32
E. ACTE Standing Committee
   Membership                            34
F. Division Awards information,
   nomination forms and past
   recipients                            35
G. Section Officer Contact Information   39




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Introduction

T     he Family and Consumer Sciences division is part of the organizational structure of
      the Association for Career Technical Education (ACTE). Being a Division comes
      with a certain amount of responsibility; that is, a responsibility to be accountable to
      its thousands of members. There is also the responsibility to allow for involvement of
the membership in order that all may grow professionally.

The organizational structure contained in this handbook shows both the structure of the
division within the ACTE and the structure of the division and its affiliated organizations.
Each of these will be explained in detail.

The governance of the division is carried out through the Policy and Planning Committee.
The structure of the Policy and Planning Committee represents the membership with
representation of each ACTE region, ACTE standing committees, and the affiliate
organizations. As stated in this handbook, the Policy and Planning Committee membership
has the final authority on all matters concerning the division.

This handbook is particularly useful to the official members of the Policy and Planning
committee and division committees in carrying out their duties. The information contained in
this handbook will be reviewed at the annual meeting.




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Organization of the Division

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           ithin the organizational structure of the Family and Consumer Sciences division,
           there shall be a President, Policy Committee, and Standing Committees. Ad Hoc
           committees may be appointed as needed.

The governing body of the Family and Consumer Sciences division is the Policy and
Planning Committee. This representative body is made up of the President of the division
and 2 representatives from each of the FACS sections (NATFACS, NASAFACS,
NATEFACS).

The official Policy and Planning Committee members shall meet once each year at the
annual ACTE convention. The Policy and Planning Committee meeting, held one day prior
to the start of the convention, plans the division's program of work for the next fiscal year. A
President’s report on the program of work will be given at the annual Business meeting,




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President of the Division

T
       he President of the division shall be a division member in good standing, .having
       been elected by the members of the division. Working to implement the purpose of
       the ACTE Strategic plan with the division, and to bring the concerns of the division to
       the Board of Directors

The President shall serve the ACTE Board of Directors as Vice-President of the Family and
Consumer Sciences division.

Serve as the Chairperson of the Policy Committee

Orient new Policy committee members as to their duties and responsibilities.

Coordinate division activities at the National ACTE Conference.

Term of Office shall be for three (3) years. One year as President-Elect is optional; this is a
non-funded shadowing term.

In the event a vacancy occurs in the office of President, the Policy Committee shall select a
person to fill the remainder of the term, submitting this person to the ACTE Board of
Directors for final approval.




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OPERATING POLICIES
I. GENERAL PURPOSES
The general purposes of the Family and Consumer Sciences Division of the Association for
Career and Technical Education (ACTE) are:

      To develop high professional standards among the membership;

      To provide for better understanding and appreciation of the program of Family and
       Consumer Sciences education among all educators;

      To identify the function of Family and Consumer Sciences in preparing people for the
       world of work;

      To act as a clearinghouse for the dissemination of information in promising
       educational practices and new ideas; to initiate practical research; and to implement
       plans which will aid in promoting and upgrading the program in various states and
       territories;

      To foster the development of professional attitudes among teachers and to provide
       for the professional growth of all functional and interest groups within the division;

      To inform members of the Family and Consumer Sciences division about trends,
       plans, policies, and current activities of the ACTE and occurrences in the field which
       have implications for the promotion, development, and welfare of Career and
       Technical education;

      To promote professional relationships with other agencies, organizations, and
       institutions concerned with labor and management and Family and Consumer
       Sciences;

II. MEMBERSHIP
Members of the ACTE who are interested in or professionally engaged in Family and
Consumer Sciences shall be considered eligible for membership in the Family and Consumer
Sciences Division

III. PROCESS OF NOMINATION AND ELECTION
When the division becomes eligible to elect a new president, the current president will send
out notices to the Policy Committee, post to the ACTE web site, and notify each state
Division president. .

A Nominating Committee shall be established by the President. The Nominating Committee
shall contain at least three members of whom no more than one third of the committee shall
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consist of officers or members of Division Policy and Planning Committee. In no case shall a
person who is a candidate for office be a member of the Nominating Committee. The
committee will review all nominations and interview each candidate. The committee shall
recommend two nominees at the business meeting of the division. Additional nominations
may be made from the floor during the business meeting of the division providing each
nominee has been interviewed by the nominating committee. The interview process will be
held the first day of the annual convention. Time and site will be announced and Posted at
convention.

The President will inform the ACTE Nominating Committee of the nominees for inclusion on
the ballot for all members of the division.

Qualifications: All members of the Family and Consumer Sciences division are eligible for
nomination. It is further recommended that nominees possess the following qualifications:

      Their primary field is in Family and Consumer Sciences.

      A willingness to promote the Family and Consumer Sciences and ACTE Strategic
       Priorities.

      Authorization to make time available to effectively execute the responsibilities of the
       office.

      Sustained membership in ACTE

      Evidence of leadership in ACTE, a large percentage of those involved in discipline
       area in the nominee's state should be members of the ACTE.

      Must be able to make time available and have sufficient clerical and secretarial help
       to effectively execute the responsibilities of divisional Vice President.

      Should have served on one or more ACTE committees to develop competencies and
       understanding of the general policies and activities of the ACTE, have a good
       attendance record at annual meetings of the ACTE and participated in the program
       of his/her group.

All nominations must be submitted by November 1st or one month before the annual
conference of the election year.

See Appendix A for required materials and forms.
See Appendix B for information regarding past presidents.

IV. BUDGET
The budget is an expression of how the association has determined it will spend its
resources. It sets the financial parameters and provides a guideline for the implementation
components of each activity within the association. The programs contained within the

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budget should be aligned with the ACTE Strategic Priorities. The ACTE Board approves the
budget in July of each year.

The Family and Consumer Sciences division President has three budgets to maintain and
work from, Operating, Designated Fund and Temporarily Restricted.

ACTE Financial Board Policies

Regional and divisional funds shall be available for allocation by the respective Vice
Presidents upon the submission of a budget and its approval by the Board of Directors. The
budget will include objectives, procedures, and timetables, personnel and funds involved.
Adjustments among items may be made by the Vice Presidents to the limit of 20% in any
major category, upon request to the Executive Director. Adjustments of more than 20% must
be approved by the Board of Directors.

Region and division Vice Presidents are not allowed to carry over unexpended         budget
amounts to the next fiscal year budget. Debts incurred during a fiscal year must be properly
authorized and received at ACTE headquarters no later than 90 days after the expense was
incurred. From June 30 each year, no reimbursements for obligations will be made after 30
days after the close of the fiscal year.

Over-expenditures of budget funds by the regions and divisions must be paid back out of
their designated accounts first and then out of the next fiscal year's budget.

Operating Budget
Purpose

To provide financial support for the professional activities of the Family and Consumer
Sciences Division of Association for Career and Technical Education


Expenditures

Expenditures will be authorized by the Family and Consumer Sciences Division President
in accordance with the annual budget based on the following codes and must not exceed
the fund balance.

Division: Budget codes
 5150-XXX Speaker Fees
 5240-XXX Travel Expense
 5505-XXX A/V Expense
 5580-XXX Food & Beverage
 5800-XXX Shipping/Mailing Expenses
 5810-XXX Printing Expense
 5900-XXX Supplies
 6300-XXX Awards & Grants
 6900-XXX Miscellaneous
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Designated Fund
Purpose

To provide financial support for the professional activities of the Family and Consumer
Sciences Division of the Association for Career and Technical Education

Source of Revenue

Sources of revenue include: Registration fee charged by the Division at the annual
meeting of ACTE; funds remaining after expenses for special activities and events (i.e.,
pre-conference sessions, meals at annual meeting, etc.) for which a fee is charged.

Expenditures

Expenditures will be authorized by the Family and Consumer Sciences Division President
for the purpose of supporting the Division Members and Policy’s of the division and in
accordance with any donor restrictions and must not exceed the fund balance.

Investments

Association for Career and Technical Education is authorized to make prudent
investments of monies contributed to the fund, in accordance with its investment policy.
Investment income shall be added to the fund on a monthly basis.

Changes

Any changes to this policy must be approved by the Family and Consumer Sciences
Division Policy Committee and the ACTE Board of Directors.


Temporarily Restricted Fund
Purpose

To contribute an award to a deserving Family and Consumer Sciences Education
graduate student and to honor individuals who have made a significant contribution Family
and Consumer Sciences and Career and Technical Education.

Source of Revenue

Source of revenue comes from individual contributions from anyone interested in Family
and Consumer Sciences Education and/or the graduate fellowship program.




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Expenditures

All awards and other expenditures will be authorized by the fellowship awards committee
through the chairperson.

Investments

Association for Career and Technical Education is authorized to make prudent
investments of monies contributed to the fund, in accordance with its investment policy.
Investment income shall be added to the fund on a monthly basis. Only interest on funds
contributed may be used in granting awards or other expenditures. In determining the
principal amount, the fund balance as of June 30, 1999 will be used. Contributions made
after that date will be added to the principal amount.

Changes

Any changes to this policy must be approved by the Family and Consumer Sciences
Division Policy Committee, The Fellowship Awards Committee and the ACTE Board of
Directors.

See Appendix C for Fellowship Guidelines and Application




Budget Timeline
April 15-Budget templates created and distributed to ACTE Senior Staff and Region and
Division VP’s

April 30-Preliminary budgets due from ACTE Senior Staff for submission to Executive
Director

May 15-Meeting and discussion between Executive Director and Sr. Staff for necessary
budget revisions

May 15-Preliminary budgets due from Region and Division VP’s

May 30-2nd draft budgets with supporting rationale due

June Executive Committee – Review and preliminary approval of Budget

June 30-Final draft budget submitted to ACTE Board

July Board Meeting - Review and approval of Budget by ACTE Board

                                                             *dates subject to change due to the calendar year.




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V. BYLAWS
Unless otherwise stated in this handbook the Family and Consumer Sciences division will
work using the ACTE Bylaws.

The Bylaws of an incorporated not-for-profit organization usually include provisions with
respect to:

       The purpose of the organization

       Qualifications of membership

       The election and the duties of its directors

       The role of the members (if any)

       Meetings of members and directors, including notice, quorum and voting

       The role of executive and other committees

       The role and relationship of the state associations and affiliated organizations

       The organization’s fiscal year

       How the Bylaws are amended

       Indemnification and dissolution procedures



Bylaws are living documents subject to change as organizational needs change, but there
should be relatively few substantive changes. Operational details belong in the Board Policy
and Procedures Manual.

NOTE: Only the members of the Association can change the Articles of Incorporation and
the Bylaws, thru the Assembly of delegates.

Please review the latest version of the ACTE Bylaws.




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VI. POLICY AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
The membership of the Policy and Planning Committee shall be determined by the
operating policies of the Family and Consumer Sciences division with all appointments
subject to approval by the ACTE Board of Directors.

      Official members:

      The President of the division

      The immediate past President of the division

      Graduate Fellowship Chair

      Division Awards Chair

      Presidents of three FACS Sections (NATFACS, NASAFACS, NATEFACS)

      President-Elects of three FACS Sessions (NATFACS, NASAFACS, NATEFACS)

      Ex officio members:

      The executive director of the ACTE

      One designated representative from each of the affiliated organizations of the
      division

      Officers of the Policy and Planning Committee:

      Chairperson - the President of the division shall serve as chairperson of the Policy
      and Planning Committee throughout tenure in that office. The chairperson shall
      preside and direct the affairs of the committee.

      Vice Chairperson - the immediate past President will serve as vice chairperson
      the first two years of the President's term and the President-elect will serve as vice
      chairperson the last year of a President's term. The vice chairperson shall
      preside at meetings in the absence of the chairperson.



See Appendix D for current Policy Committee contact information




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VII. COMMITTEES
Committees may be established in accordance with the needs to carry out the purposes of
the division.

Committees are divided into two categories; Divisional and ACTE Standing.

Appointment and Terms

Appointments to ACTE committees shall be made By the President upon recommendation
of, and/or subject to approval by, the divisional Policy and Planning Committee. All ACTE
committee appointments are subject to approval by the ACTE Board of Directors. All
appointments are based upon the rotational policy of the ACTE Board of Directors. The term
of membership on any committee shall be for the term designated by each committee.

All appointees for the division must be members of ACTE and the Family and Consumer
Sciences Division. Before any appointments are made, there must be written assurance
from those being considered that they will be able to attend the ACTE convention and called
meetings while serving on committees.

If the Family and Consumer Sciences Division committee member is selected by the
standing committee to become Chairperson of that committee the President of the division
may appoint a new person to fill the seat.

See Appendix E for current contact information on committee members




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Divisional


                                   AWARDS COMMITTEE
MISSION

To ensure the recognition of outstanding achievements by individuals who have made
extraordinary contributions to the Family and Consumer Sciences field, to programs that
exemplify the highest standards.

COMPOSITION, SELECTION & TERM

The Committee is composed of one representative from each ACTE Region and a
Chairperson. The Chairperson is selected by the Division President.

Members serve for a two-year period and can serve up to two terms.

Members of the Awards Committee are not eligible, during their service to this Committee, to
receive an award.

OBJECTIVES

Develop and administer an awards program for the Outstanding Contributions Award,
Citation Award and other awards approved by the Policy committee.



See Appendix F for forms and requirements




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                                NOMINATING COMMITTEE

MISSION

To nominate the best qualified Member of the Family and Consumer Sciences division for
elective position of leadership of the Division.

COMPOSITION, SELECTION & TERM

The Committee is composed of membership representatives as appointed by the President.

This is an Ad Hoc committee operating every 3 years.

The Committee elects their Chair.

OBJECTIVES

To search for and screen potential candidates for the office of President-Elect for the Family
and Consumer Sciences Division.




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ACTE Standing

The Family and Consumer Sciences division will have one representative on each of the
following:

      BY LAWS

      NOMINATING

      RESOLUTIONS

All members who serve on ACTE standing committees are recommended by the divisions
or regions and appointed by the Board of Directors. A committee member must be a current
affiliated, standard, direct or life member of ACTE.




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                                   BYLAWS COMMITTEE
1. MISSION

To ensure the organizational documents of the Association conform to law and are reflective
of the desires and needs of Members, and to ensure appropriate conformity of
organizational and operational documents of the Association.

2. AUTHORITY

2.1 This is a committee of the Board of Directors appointed under procedures adopted
pursuant to Article 8.2 of the Bylaws.



3. COMPOSITION, SELECTION & TERM

3.1 The Committee shall consist of one representative from each ACTE Division and
Region.

3.2 The term of office is the Association’s operating year. Members serve for a two-year
period and may serve up to two terms.

3.3 The Committee elects their chair and vice chair with approval of the Board of Directors.
The chair and vice chair will serve for one year.



4. OBJECTIVES

4.1 The committee is to review all proposals submitted to amend the ACTE Bylaws and
recommend to the Board of Directors at its July meeting a position of support, opposition or
further amendment. The committee is responsible for preparing a statement of pros and
cons for each Bylaws amendment to be included in the October Techniques and posted on
the Web site. The committee is responsible for bringing forth to the Assembly of Delegates
Bylaws amendments to be acted upon.

4.2 The committee is asked to review the current Bylaws to determine if changes are
needed as a result of practice or good governance and to prepare appropriate amendments
for action by the Assembly of Delegates. Propose amendments that the Committee deems
appropriate.

4.3 Because of the sensitive nature of the work of the committee and the possibility of legal
ramifications to the Association, the committee is charged to have legal counsel review
every recommendation it wishes to make to the Board of Directors prior to its presentation to
the Board.

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                                NOMINATING COMMITTEE
1. MISSION
To nominate the best qualified member for each elective position of leadership of the
Association.
2. AUTHORITY

2.1 This committee is appointed under procedures adopted pursuant with Article 8.4 of
the Bylaws.
3. COMPOSITION, SELECTION & TERM

3.1 This committee is composed of one representative from each Division and Region
and one chairperson.

3.2 The term of office is three years, and each term shall commence on July 1.

3.3 The committee chair is appointed by the president and approved by the Board of
Directors and is the outgoing past president.

3.4 The Division and Region vice presidents appoint their committee representatives.

3.5 There are no special eligibility requirements to serve on this committee.

3.6 No member of the committee shall be a candidate for election.


4. OBJECTIVES

4.1 The Committee is responsible for the implementation of the nomination and election
process for the 2011-2012 governance year. The Committee is to abide by the bylaws and
approved Policy and Procedures Manual in fulfilling its objectives.

4.2 The Committee is to present at least two candidates for President-elect and ensure
all Region and Division Vice President candidates meet the required criteria. The entire
slate is to be presented to the Assembly of Delegates on December 2, 2010.

 4.3 The Committee is charged with identifying and reaching out to potential leaders for
ACTE. As part of this process the Committee is to identify how to educate these
individuals on the role and responsibilities of leadership in ACTE.

4.4 The Committee is charged with reviewing the nomination process and identifying
ways to enhance the process for the association as well as the Divisions and Regions.

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                              RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE
1. MISSION

1.1 To present statements of concern, focus and position in the form of resolutions and
recommendations for consideration and action by the Assembly of Delegates, Board of
Directors, and Committees.

2. AUTHORITY

2.1 This committee is appointed under the procedures adopted pursuant to Section 8.1 of
the Bylaws.

3. COMPOSITION, SELECTION & TERM

3.1 The Committee shall consist of one representative from each ACTE Division and
Region.

3.2 The term of office is the calendar year. Members are appointed on January 1.
Members serve for a two-year period and may serve up to two terms.

3.3 The committee elects its chair and vice chair with approval of the Board of Directors.
The chair and vice chair shall serve for one year.

3.4 The Division and Region vice presidents appoint their committee’s representative.

3.5 There are no special eligibility requirements to serve on this Committee.

4. OBJECTIVES

4.1 To solicit, receive, review and edit resolutions submitted by members, state associations
   and affiliated organizations, ACTE Divisions, ACTE Regions, and ACTE Board-
   established committees.

4.2 To communicate submitted resolutions to the Assembly of Delegates in accordance with
    Board policies.

4.3 To communicate recommendations to the Board of Directors and other ACTE
    Committees as needed.




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VIII. AFFILIATES AND SECTIONS


       Family and Consumer Sciences Education Division Sections
              NATFACS                                 NATEFACS                                  NASAFACS
  National Association of Teachers of       National Association of Teacher            National Association of State
   Family and Consumer Sciences            Educators for Family and Consumer       Administrators of Family and Consumer
                                                        Sciences                                  Sciences



See Appendix G for contact information.


AFFILIATES:
AAFCS – American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
400 N. Columbus Street
Suite 202
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.706.4600
Toll-free: 800.424.8080
Fax:       703-706-4663

FCCLA – Family Career and Community Leaders of America
1910 Association Drive
Reston, VA 20191
Phone: 703-476-4900
Fax:    701-860-2713

FCSEA – Family and Consumer Sciences Education Association
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Central Washington University
400 East 8th University Way
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7565
Phone: 509-963-2766
Fax:    509-963-2787

COALITION
The National Coalition for Family and Consumer Sciences Education was established in
1977 in response to the need for professionals to speak with one voice on issues
related to Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Initially membership of the group
included two voting representatives from each of the three professional organizations in
Family and Consumer Sciences. They are the American Association of Family and
Consumer Sciences (AAFCS), the Association for Career and Technical Education
(ACTE), and the Family and Consumer Sciences Education Association (FCSEA). One

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non-voting representative from the national student organization, Family Career and
Community Leaders of America was added in 2001. In 2006 the three professional
organizations approved a request from the Board of Directors of Family Career and
Community Leaders of America to have two adult representatives with voting privileges
as members of the group.

The overall goal: to increase communication and project a unified thrust and focus on
issues, provides the foundation for the work of the Coalition. The Coalition has the
responsibility to:

Maintain continuous dialogue among professional organizations concerned with Family
and Consumer Sciences Education.

             Identify issues having impact on Family and consumer Sciences
              Education.
             Review positions on current issues relation to Family and Consumer
              Sciences Education and facilitate consensus among the organizations.
             Develop statements regarding Family and Consumer Sciences Education
              which will serve as a basis for professional action.
             Communicate issues and positions concerning Family and Consumer
              Sciences to various target groups.

The Coalition serves as a clearinghouse for policy or position statements developed by
any one of the organizations. Consensus on a position reached by the Coalition will be
communicated to the governing boards of the three organizations.

Membership

Selection of members to the coalition is the discrete responsibility of each respective
organization. Membership terms are staggered with the two representatives from each
organization appointed in a different year, for a three year term. One or more advisors
may serve as non-voting members when approved by majority vote of the Coalition.

Funding

The division will fund the coalition members representing the ACTE Family and
Consumer Sciences Division $750 each annually to offset travel costs.




IX. AMENDMENTS
These policies become operative upon the approval by majority vote of those present and
voting at an official business meeting of the division at the ACTE convention and by the
board of directors of the ACTE. They may be amended by submitting the proposed revision
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in writing 60 days prior to the annual ACTE convention to the Vice President who in turn will
notify within 15 days the members of the Policy and Planning Committee and the presidents
of the divisional affiliated organizations. Any such proposed revision receiving the supporting
majority vote of those attending and voting at the next business meeting of the division
during the ACTE convention and approved by the board of directors of the ACTE shall be
considered adopted and will become a part of the operating policies of the division.



X. GENERAL POLICY
The name of the Division shall be set by the Policy committee with approval by the
membership and according to ACTE Board Policy.

If any statements or policies included in this document are in conflict with the articles of
incorporation, bylaws, or operating policy of the ACTE board of directors, such items are null
and void.

Copies of these operating policies are available at the ACTE Headquarter and on the ACTE
web page, www.acteonline.org




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                                                                                                   Appendix A


                                     REQUIRED MATERIALS
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     CANDIDATES FOR FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES DIVISION PRESIDENT


Candidates for the Family and Consumer Sciences President are required to submit the
following materials to the Nominating Committee:

1.      Official Nomination Form

2.      Biographical information (Use the form included in this packet. Candidates may
        reproduce the form on their computers.)

3.      Platform statement (Maximum of 200 words)*

4.      Support letter from employer

5.      Two 5x7 photographs

The materials should be assembled in the order listed above.

All materials must be submitted by November 1, to:

Family and Consumer Sciences Division President
Association for Career and Technical Education
1410 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Electronic copy may be submitted to the president thru e-mail.

All Candidates will go through an interview at conference before having there names
submitted to the ACTE Nominating Committee.


*Please send a hard copy of your platform statement as well as a saved copy on disk as
a Word document file.




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                              Nominee for President
                      Family and Consumer Sciences Division
                             Biographical Information



Name_________________________________________________________________

Title__________________________________________________________________

School or Institution______________________________________________________

Address_______________________________________________________________
       _______________________________________________________________

Telephone     _____________________________
FAX            _____________________________

Home Address__________________________________________________________
            __________________________________________________________

Telephone______________________________

Prefer Mail Directed to ______Home _____Work

Employment History (Start with Present)

      Employer                                     Position                            Date

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

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ACTE Involvement

Division Activities _______________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

Region Activities ________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

State Activities _________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

Committees ____________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

Other _________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

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Education Background
     College or University _______________________________________

     Degree Earned ____________________________________________

     College or University _______________________________________

     Degree Earned ____________________________________________

     College or University _______________________________________

     Degree Earned ____________________________________________




Return by November 1, To:

                       Executive Director / Family Consumer Sciences Division President
                       Association for Career and Technical Education
                       1410 King Street
                       Alexandria, VA 22314




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                                                                                                  Appendix B

                              Past Presidents of the Division
                Family and Consumer Sciences Education Division
                   (Formerly called Home Economics Division)


Years                             Vice President                                        State

1980-1983                         Dr. Joan McFadden                                     Utah
1983-1986                         Mary Beth Stine                                       Illinois
1986-1989                         Kay Clayton                                           Texas
1989-1992                         Jerelyn Schultz                                       Arizona
1992-1995                         Daisy Stewart                                         Virginia
1995-1998                         Charlotte Schuur Mohling                              South Dakota
1998-2001                         Sally Combs                                           Georgia
2001-2004                         Sue Shackelford                                       Alabama
2004-2007                         Karen Mason                                           Missouri
2007-2010                         Becky Cox                                             Utah




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                                                                                                     Appendix C


        Policies* Related to FACS Division Graduate Fellowship
Committee Composition:
     Chair shall be appointed by FACS Division Vice President.

          Chair shall recruit colleagues to review fellowship applications.
          Applicant review committee shall be composed of 3 reviewers with 2 being teacher educators.

Graduate Fellowship Committee Activities:
      Chair shall initiate publicity of the Fellowship Fund as appropriate in Division Newsletter,
         websites and mailings to division and affiliate memberships.

          Chair shall update the record of past recipients of the Roll of Honor and The Graduate
           Fellowship.

          Committee shall receive and review applications on a schedule they determine to announce
           awards at the annual ―ACTE/FACS Division Awards Event.‖

          At least one fellowship each year will be awarded to a qualified minority applicant. The
           application form allows applicants to apply for the Minority Graduate Fellowship as well as the
           other fellowship(s). After the awardee for the Minority Graduate Fellowship is selected, all
           applicants, including minority applicants remaining, will be eligible for the remaining
           fellowship(s).

          The number and value of fellowships granted is based on the previous year’s interest earned in
           the ACTE-Family and Consumer Sciences Graduate Fellowship account.

          The reviewers will select the awardees using a scorecard or rubric that judges each application
           for (1) likelihood of completing the degree, (2) likelihood of contributing to the profession, (3)
           involvement in professional associations, (4) professional experiences and scholarly work
           (doctoral applicants only), (5) Future professional FACSE goals (M.S. only), and (6)
           references. The average of the reviewers’ scores will be used to award the fellowship.

Funds Received:
       Contributions may be received at any time by Fellowship Chair and forwarded to Fund Manager
         at ACTE.

          Minimum contribution by individual or group to enter colleague’s name on Roll of Honor shall be
           $500.

          Roll of Honor funds must be received by ACTE annual meeting date; colleague will be honored
           at ―FACS Division Awards Event.‖

          Presentation to Roll of Honor colleague shall be done by the individual or group advancing their
           name, following time guidelines of Awards committee chair.


Graduate Fellowships Awards:
          At least one fellowship each year will be awarded to a qualified minority applicant.


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         Applicant must be a member of FACS Division of ACTE.

         All graduate students who are citizens of the United States shall be eligible with preference
          given to doctoral students.

         Applications shall include an autobiographical statement, college/university transcripts, and a
          resume.

         Rating criteria shall differ for Masters and Doctoral applicants.

         The number of awards and the value of each shall be determined annually by the Graduate
          Fellowship Committee depending on the interest earned in the ACTE Family and Consumer
          Sciences Graduate Fellowship account and may differ for Masters and Doctoral candidates.

         The total expenditure for the fellowships shall be limited to the interest earned in past fiscal
          year.

         Applicants may receive an award no more than twice.

*FACS Policy and Planning Committee, with recommendations from the chair of the Graduate Fellowship
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                          Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE)
                              Family & Consumer Sciences Education (FCS)

                                 Graduate Fellowship Application Form

Return application to:      Lela G. Goar
                            225 CR 207A
                            Burnet, TX 78611
                            E-mail: lkgoar@earthlink.net

Fellowships will be given to qualified family and consumer sciences education graduate students who are citizens
of the United States to promote further education and professional development within family and consumer
sciences education. (Number and value of fellowships granted is based on the previous year’s interest earned
in the ACTE-Family and Consumer Sciences Graduate Fellowship account.)

Applications with all supporting credentials and references should be received by November 8.

In order to promote minority participation and leadership at least one fellowship will be awarded to a
minority applicant, if applicable. Minority shall be defined as African-American, Hispanic-American, Native-
American, or Asian American descent. If you wish to be considered as a minority applicant, check the box
below and identify the minority group you represent in the blank provided.

            ___________________________________________________________


1.       Name __________________________________________                           Date ______________ _______
         Social Security Number ________________________                 Email
         ACTE Membership # ___________________                 FCSE Membership _______ Yes _______ No
2.       Present Address __________________________________                        Phone ____________________
         _______________________________________________
3.       Permanent Address _______________________________                         Phone ____________________
         _______________________________________________
4.       Date of Birth ____________________________________
5.       Degree Sought:      PhD ______ EdD ______             MS ______           MEd _____
         Major _______________________________                 Minor _________________________________
         Name of Institution ______________________________________________________________
6.       Research idea/topic, problem_______________________________________________________
7.       Undergraduate educational background:
         Name of Institution                 Dates Attended              Degree or Diploma           Date Received
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8.    Undergraduate major ____________________________________________________________


9.    Graduate or Post-baccalaureate study (list current institution first):
      Name of Institution           Dates Attended Credits Earned          Degree Received        Date Granted


      ______________________________________________________________________________

      ______________________________________________________________________________

10.   Membership and involvement in professional associations, including ACTE:

      ______________________________________________________________________________



11.   Professional experience:
              Dates            Position Held                Employer                    Address

      ______________________________________________________________________________

      ______________________________________________________________________________

      ______________________________________________________________________________

      ______________________________________________________________________________

12.   Publications:

      ______________________________________________________________________________



13.   Research conducted:

      ______________________________________________________________________________



14.   Send one copy of your official and sealed transcripts from all institutions you attended---both
      under-graduate and graduate.


15.   Attach a brief (no more than three single-spaced pages) autobiographical sketch supporting your
      application and stating your professional goals. Include designation of institution where study is
      done, areas or emphases of study, possible research topic, and other pertinent information
      regarding plans.

16.   References:
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    List below the names and addresses of three persons whom you have contacted to write letters of
recommendation attesting to your professional and academic qualifications, your potential for graduate
work, and your contributions to the profession. Include: professor, past employer (someone who is most
familiar with your work), any other.

                 Name                      Title                       Address




       Note: Please request that these confidential recommendations be mailed directly to:
                 Lela G. Goar
                 225 CR 207A
                 Burnet, TX 78611

       Deadline for completed application is November 8.


Note to applicant:        Applications will be rated by considering
            a.   The likelihood of your completing the degree;
            b. The likelihood of contribution to family and consumer sciences education
            c. Previous academic work;
            d. Professional association involvement;
            e. Professional experience including scholarly work; and
            f.   References.




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                                              Honor Roll

       In 1960, the Family and Consumer Sciences Education Division of
the Association for Career and Technical Education (formerly AVA) began
a fellowship fund to:

  ■ Provide fellowships to graduate students who would become the
  future leaders in the profession;

  ■ Honor outstanding family and consumer sciences professionals.

      Family and consumer sciences education professionals are honored
through contributions to the graduate education fellowship fund. The first
contributions were made to honor Beulah Coon, when she retired as
Specialist in Studies and Research, Home Economics Education Branch,
U.S. Office of Education. Since then 103 individuals have been honored
and over $180,000 has been contributed.


Roll of Honor
     Family and consumer sciences educators are encouraged to use this
means to honor deserving colleagues.
     Names of persons so honored will be added to the Fellowship Roll of
Honor and recognized at the annual FCSE Division Awards Program.



Making Contributions

      Checks or money orders should be made payable to the ACTE
Family and Consumer Sciences Graduate Education Fellowship Fund
(ACTE/FCSE).
      Contributions should be mailed to the fellowship fund chairperson or
to the person designated to organize the honoring of a FCSE leader.




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                                                                                                   Appendix D

                Policy and Planning Committee Membership
Division President                                           NATFACS President Elect
Leslie Watkins                                               Dr. Michelle Aldrich
300 Walnut Street                                            742 Cimarron Drive
Paducah, KY 42001                                            Cheyenne, WY 82009
Home 270-908-6080                                            Cell:   307-760-6213
Cell    270-217-0996                                         Work: 307-771-2500
Email: lesliejwatkins@comcast.net                            Fax:    307-771-2508
Term Ends: 6/30/13                                           Email: teachwyo@yahoo.com

Immediate Past President                                     NATEFACS President
Becky Cox                                                    Diane Klemme
2048 N 80 E                                                  University of Wisconsin-Stout
Provo, UT 84604                                              120 Heritage Hall
Home 801-374-8054                                            Menomonie, WI 54751
Cell   801-368-5813                                          Phone: 715-232-2546
Work 801-717-4568 ext. 507                                   E-mail: klemmed@uwstout.edu
Fax    801-763-7064
Email: rbcox@comcast.net                                     NATEFACS President Elect
Term Ends: 6/30/13                                           Kathy Croxall, PhD
                                                             Western Kentucky University
Graduate Fellowship Chair                                    1906 College Heights Blvd. #11037
Lela Goar                                                    Bowling Green, KY 42101-1037
225 CR 207A                                                  Phone: 270-745-3997
Burnet, TX 78611                                             Fax:    270-745-3999
Home: 512-715-8249                                           E-mail: Kathy.croxall@wku.edu
Email: lkgoar@earthlink.net
                                                             NASAFACS President
Division Awards                                              Pearl Hart
Lindsey Shirley, PhD                                         Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Assistant Professor                                          Specialist
Utah State University                                        Utah State Office of Education
2920 Old Main Hill                                           250 E 500 South
Logan, UT 84322                                              P.O. Box 144200
Work: 435-797-3410                                           Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4200
Email: Lindsey.shirley@usu.edu                               Phone: 801-538-7890
                                                             Fax:    801-538-7868
NATFACS President                                            Email: Pearl.Hart@schools.utah.gov
Cherie Mingus
23 Ridgeway Drive E                                          NASAFACS President-Elect
Elizabethtown, KY 42701-9739                                 Janis P. Meek, Ed.D, CFCF
Home 270-737-3997                                            315 Oine Road
Cell:   270-312-1809                                         Norlina, NC 27563
Work: 270-737-6800                                           Phone: 252-456-2664
Fax:    270-765-3889                                         Email: jpmpages@gmail.com
Email: Cherie.mingus@hardin.kyschools.us
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Ex officio members:

ACTE                                                        FCCLA
Jan Bray                                                    Michael Benjamin
ACTE Executive Director                                     FCCLA Executive Director
ACTE                                                        FCCLA
1410 King Street                                            1910 Association Drive
Alexandria, VA 22314                                        Reston, VA 20191
Work: 703-683-3111                                          Work: 703-476-4900 or 716-1300
Email: jbray@acteonline.org                                 Fax:    701-860-2713
                                                            E-mail: mbenjamin@fcclainc.org
AAFCS
Gay Nell McGinnis, MS, CFCS                                 FCSEA
AAFCS Division Director                                     Dr. Cheryl Johnson
AAFCS                                                       FCSEA President
400 N. Columbus Street Ste 202                              Dept. of Child Development & Family Relations
Alexandria, VA 22314                                        College of Human Ecology
Work: 703-706-4600                                          East Carolina University
Fax:    703-706-4663                                        Greenville, NC 27858-4354
Toll Free: 1-800-424-8080                                   Work: 252-328-5754
E-mail: gmcginnis@aafcs.org                                 Fax:    252-328-4276
                                                            E-mail: johnsonche@ecu.edu
FACS Coalition
Marcia Ritter                                               Jan Bowers, PhD
1445 SW Mission Road                                        Executive Director, FCSEA
Lee’s Summit, MO 64081                                      Central Washington University
Home: 816-554-6505                                          Family & Consumer Sciences
E-mail: marciafacs@sbcglobal.net                            400 East University Way
Term Ends: 12/31/2011                                       Ellensburg, Washington 98926
                                                            Office: 509-963-2770
Joan E. Fossum                                              Fax:    509-963-2787
Education Consultant                                        E-mail: bowersj@cwu.edu
Bureau of Career Development
NH Department of Education                                  JFCS
21 South Fruit Street                                       Cecelia Thompson
Concord, NH 03301                                           JFCS Editor
Phone: 603-271-8489                                         University of Arkansas
Fax:     603-271-4079                                       115 Peabody Hall
E-mail: jfossum@ed.state.nh.us                              Fayetteville, AR 72701
Term Ends: 12/31/2010                                       Work: 479-575-2581
                                                            E-mail: cthomps@comp.uark.edu




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                                                                                                  Appendix E
ACTE Standing Committees – FACS Division Representatives:
Bylaws Committee
Kathy Croxall, PhD
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd. #11037
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1037
Phone: 270-745-3997
Fax:    270-745-3999
E-mail: Kathy.croxall@wku.edu
Term Ends: 6/30/ 2013

Nominating Committee
Charlotte Gray
Wentzville Holt High School
600 Campus Drive
Wentzville, MO 63385
Phone: 636-327-3876 x 26287
Fax:    636-327-3953
E-mail: charlottegray@wentzville.k12.mo.us
Term Ends: 6/ 30/ 2013

Resolutions Committee
Marilyn Edwards
Barren Co. High School
507 Trojan Trail
Glasgow, KY 42141
Work: 270-651-6315
Home: 270-678-6262
E-Mail: marilyn.edwards@barren.kyschools.us
Term Ends: 12/ 31/ 2012




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                                                                                                  Appendix F

 FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION DIVISION
          ASSOCIATION FOR CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION AWARDS

During the ACTE Conference, the Family and Consumer Sciences Education Division
recognizes and honors outstanding people who have served and supported the organization in
outstanding ways. Two awards have been formally approved by the Division Policy and
Planning Committee. The description and criteria for these awards is found below.

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS AWARD
  1. Recipient MUST be a member of the Family and Consumer Sciences Division.
  2. Contributions to Family and Consumer Sciences and the FCS division of ACTE will be
     emphasized.
  3. The following information must be supplied for each nominee:
        a. Record of contributions to Family and Consumer Sciences Education.
        b. Record of involvement in the Family and Consumer Sciences Education Division.
        c. Professional experience.
        d. Record of involvement in other professional organizations.
        e. Recommendations from three of the following:
                  i. Someone in the State Department (Career and Technical Education
                     Division)
                 ii. A professional co-worker or fellow professional
                iii. An officer of the state Career and Technical Association
                iv. Present Employer

CITATION AWARD
   1. Recipients will be individuals or groups outside Family and Consumer Sciences
      Education, such as:
         a. U.S. Representatives or Senators
         b. Business and industry people or groups
         c. People or groups from the media
         d. Other professionals
         e. Others—unspecified
   2. To be qualified, a recipient must have made significant contributions to Family and
      Consumer Sciences Education beyond local levels in one or more of the following areas:
         a. Service
         b. Monetary Support
         c. Other unusual or unique contributions.
   3. Duration of the contribution(s) over time will be considered.
   4. Detailed description of the contribution(s) must be provided. Verification and/or
      documentation must be provided, if requested.

Please submit nomination NO LATER than OCTOBER 31. If you would like this information
sent as an e-mail so submissions may be made electronically, please contact me at:

                                        Lindsey.shirley@usu.edu




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ACTE FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION DIVISION
              AWARDS NOMINATION FORM
 This nomination is for (please check one) ___ Outstanding Contributions Award ___ Citation Award
 ALL material MUST be submitted together and postmarked or received by October 31.

 SUBMITTED BY

 Name                                                             Phone
 Home Street Address
 City                                State                                Zip
 E-mail

 NOMINATION FORM

 Name                                                             Phone
 Home Street Address
 City                                State                                Zip
 Work Street Address
 City                                State                                Zip
 Nominee’s Current Position
 Brief summary of why you are nominating this person:




 Please check one:           __________ Candidate knows about this nomination
                             __________ Candidate does NOT know about this nomination

 When submitting materials, please follow the criteria listed on the previous page. Place documents in order
 with each item on a separate sheet. All pages should be contained in a light binder, if mailed.

 Signature of Nominator __________________________________________________________

 Please send all nominations to Lindsey Shirley, PhD
                                Assistant Professor
                                Utah State University
                                2920 Old Main Hill
                                Logan, UT 84322-2920

                 OR                 Lindsey.shirley@usu.edu




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                             Award Recipients
                     Outstanding Contributions Award
Year                    Name                            State
1981                    Aleene Cross                    Georgia
1982                    Jewell Deene Ellis              Kentucky
1983                    Mildred Reel                    District of Columbia
                        Sonia M. Price                  Ohio
1984                    Yvonne Ferguson                 West Virginia
1986                    Mary Beth Stine                 Illinois
1987                    Elizabeth Stephenson            Colorado
                        Joan McFadden                   Utah
1988                    Bertha King                     District of Columbia
1989                    Virginia Clark                  South Dakota
1990                    Kermeta ―Kay‖ Clayton           Texas
                        Judith A. Hetherly              Texas
1991                    Helen Hall                      Georgia
                        Emily Oates                     Arkansas
1992                    Pat Stanley                     California
                        Jerelyn Schultz                 Ohio
1994                    Ola Hudson                      Tennessee
1995                    Betty Weisinger                 Texas
1996                    Joanna B. Smith                 Indiana
                        Wilma B. Williams               Tennessee
                        Judith Hetherly                 Texas
1997                    Sharon Kauka                    Kentucky
                        Charlotte Schuur Mohling        South Dakota
1998                    Daisy Stewart                   Virginia
                        Sharon Glasscock                Virginia
1999                    Bessie Hampton                  Missouri
                        Peggy Wild                      Indiana
2000                    Bettye Brown                    Kentucky
                        Lela Goar                       New Mexico
2001                    Mary Lou Liprie                 Delaware
                        Sue Couch                       Texas
2002                    Ruth Ann Schultz (Posthumously) New York
2003                    Sally Combs                     Georgia
                        Judith Kreutzer                 West Virginia
2004                    Ruth Dohner                     Ohio
2006                    Nancy Clem                      Indiana
2009                    Dr. Carol Werhan                Minnesota




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                                     Award Recipients
                                      Citation Award
Year          Name
1981          Laughton Childs, U.S. Senator, Florida
1982          Art Nieman, Forecast Publishing Company
1984          Carl D. Perkins, U.S. Congressman, Kentucky
1986          Jeanette Weber for Glencoe Publishing Company
1990          William W. McKnight, Jr., Former President and Chairman, Board
              of Directors, McKnight Publishing Company
1992          Bret Lovejoy, AVA Assistant Executive Director for Government
              Relations
1993          Mark O. Hatfield, U.S. Senator, Oregon
              John F. Jennings, General Counsel for Education, Committee on
              Education and Labor
1996          Thomas F. McDow III, President, Great American Opportunities,
              Inc.
1999          Nancy Johnson, Washington
2000          Dr. Joanna Kister, Retired Director of Vocational and Adult
              Education, Ohio
2003          Diane Stringer Grantham, National Director of Sales and Training
              Bridges.com
2004          Alisha Dixon Hyslop, ACTE Manager of Federal Affairs Public
              Policy
2005          Alan T. Rains Jr. FCCLA Executive Director
2009          Dr. Harvey Dean, CEO, Pitsco Education, Pittsburg, Kansas




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                                                                                                  Appendix G
                                  NATFACS OFFICERS
                                      2010-2011

PRESIDENT                                                   SECRETARY
Cherie Mingus                                               Karen Dunn
23 Ridgeway Drive E                                         425 Moore Avenue
Elizabethtown, KY 42701-9739                                Zanesville, OH 42701
Home: 270-737-3997                                          Cell: 740-221-0923
Cell: 270-312-1809                                          Fax: 740-454-0723
Work: 270-737-6800                                          E-mail: kdunn@mid-east.k12.oh.us
Fax: 270-765-3889                                                   kdunn@clover.net
E-mail: Cherie.mingus@hardin.kyschools.us
       cheriemingus@windstream.net                          CONSULTANT
                                                            RaAnn Miller
PRESIDENT-ELECT                                             5021 Ashgrove Road
Dr. Michelle Aldrich                                        Versailles, KY 40383
742 Cimarron Drive                                          Home: 859-879-9141
Cheyenne, WY 82009                                          Cell: 859-753-4422
Cell: 307-760-6213                                          Work: 859-881-8324
Work: 307-771-2500                                          Email: RaAnn.Miller@jessamine.kyschools.us
Fax: 307-771-2508                                                     Raann@windstream.net
E-mail: teachwyo@yahoo.com
                                                            ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
PAST PRESIDENT                                              Bettye Brown
Susanna Franklin                                            2604 Kiwanis Drive
P. O. Box 943                                               Bowling Green, KY 42104-4229
Vinita, OK 74301                                            Home: 270-843-9430
Home: 918-256-8444                                          Fax:    270-843-9430
Cell: 918-850-6939                                          E-mail: Joel0910@insightbb.com
Work: 918-256-7096
E-mail: franklsk@vinitahornets.com
        skf74301@yahoo.com




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                     NATEFACS EXECUTIVE BOARD
                             2010-2011
PRESIDENT                                                  TREASURER/MEMBERSHIP
Diane Klemme                                               Mari Borr
University of Wisconsin-Stout                              North Dakota State University
120 Heritage Hall                                          School of Education
Menomonie, WI 54751                                        PO Box 6050, Dept. 2625
Phone: 715-232-2546                                        Fargo, ND 58108-6050
E-mail: klemmed@uwstout.edu                                Phone: 701-231-7968
                                                           E-mail: Mari.Borr@ndsu.edu
PRESIDENT-ELECT
Kathy Croxall, PhD                                         JOURNAL EDITOR
Western Kentucky University                                Bettye P. Smith, PhD
1906 College Heights Blvd. #11037                          Professor, Program of Workforce
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1037                               Education
Phone: 270-745-3997                                        215 River's Crossing
Fax:    270-745-3999                                       850 College Station Road
E-mail: Kathy.croxall@wku.edu                              Athens, GA 30605
                                                           Work: 706-542-4207
PAST PRESIDENT                                             Fax: 706542-4054
Deb Debates, PhD                                           E-mail: smithb@uga.edu
South Dakota State University
Consumer & Family Science                                  EDITOR ELECT
Department                                                 Jacquelyn W. Jensen, PhD, CFCS
Box 2275A                                                  Dept. of Family and Consumer Sciences
Brookings, SD 57007-0097                                   102 Burrier Bldg.
Phone: 605-688-4666                                        521 Lancaster Ave.
Fax:    605-688-4439                                       Eastern Kentucky University
E-Mail: debra.debates@sdstate.edu                          Richmond, KY 40475
                                                           Phone: 859-622-2392
SECRETARY                                                  Fax:     859-622-1163
Dr. Karen Alexander                                        E-mail: jackie.jensen@eku.edu
Texas Tech University
COHS 260 Box
41210 Broadway and Akron Streets
Lubbock, TX 79409-1210
Office: 806-742-5050 x.230
Fax: 806-742-5033
Cell: 859-338-3866
E-mail: karen.alexander@ttu.edu




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                               NASAFACS OFFICERS
                                   2010-2011
                                                           TREASURER
PRESIDENT
                                                           Terri Hollarn
Pearl Hart, CFCS
                                                           Oklahoma State Program Manager
Family & Consumer Sciences
                                                           Family & Consumer Sciences Education
Education Specialist
                                                           ODCTE/FACS
Utah State Office of Education
                                                           1500 West 7th Avenue
250 East 500 South
                                                           Stillwater, OK 74074
PO Box 144200
                                                           Phone: 405-743-5470
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4200
                                                           E-mail: tholl@okcareertech.org
Work: 801-538-7890
Fax: 801-538-7868
                                                           WEBMASTER
E-mail: Pearl.Hart@schools.utah.gov
                                                           Peggy Wild, PhD, State Specialist
                                                           Division of College and Career
PRESIDENT-ELECT
                                                           Preparation
Laura Ergle
                                                           Indiana Department of Education
Program Specialist
                                                           151 West Ohio Street
Family & Consumer Sciences, Culinary
                                                           Indianapolis, IN 46204-2798
and Education
                                                           Work: 317-232-9169
Career, Technical & Agricultural Ed.
                                                           Fax: 317-232-9121
Georgia State Department of Education
                                                           E-mail: pwild@doe.in.gov
1752 Twin Towers East
Atlanta, GA 30334
                                                           FCCLA REPRESENTATIVES
Phone: 404-463-6406
                                                           Jean Kelleher, North Atlantic Region
Fax:     770-334-4435
                                                           Family and Consumer Sciences
E-mail: Lergle@doe.k12.ga.us
                                                           Program Specialist
                                                           Bureau of Career & Technical Education
PAST PRESIDENT
                                                           Program Standards & Quality
Janis P. Meek, Ed.D, CFCF
                                                           Assurance Division
315 Oine Road
                                                           333 Market Street
Norlina, NC 27563
                                                           Harrisburg, PA 17126
Phone: 252-456-2664
                                                           Phone: 717-783-6956
Email: jpmpages@gmail.com
                                                           Fax:     717-783-6672
                                                           E-mail: Jekelleher@state.pa.us
SECRETARY
Wendy Ambrose
                                                           Deborah Hopper, Central Region
Executive Director
                                                           Principal Consultant
Minnesota FCCLA
                                                           Career Development & Preparation
PO 131386
                                                           Division
Roseville, MN 55113
                                                           Illinois State Board of Education
Phone: 651-582-8302
                                                           100 N. 1st Street E240
Fax:     651-582-8388
                                                           Springfield, IL 62777
E-mail: wendy.ambrose@state.mn.us
                                                           Phone: 217-782-4620
                                                           E-mail: dhopper@isbe.net

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Connie Rhoton, Southern Region
P O Box 1409
Gate City, VA 24251
Email: cmrhoton@mounet.com

Patti Krattenmaker, Pacific Region
Colorado FCCLA State Adviser
Asst. Program Director
9101 E. Lowery Blvd.
Denver, CO 80230
Phone: 303-595-1581
Fax:     720-904-2545
E-mail: patti.krattenmaker@cccs.edu




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