Board of Governors
The NAB is governed by the Board of Governors. The Board of Governors consists of one (1) delegate from each Governing Member board or agency. Delegates may cast one vote on all matters on the basis of one vote per board or agency. Only designated delegates from each Governing Member board or agency are eligible to serve on the Board of Governors. The Board of Governors has supervision, direction, and control of the affairs of the association. It may appoint such agents, as it may consider necessary to assist in the execution of the powers granted.
The officers of the association are the Chair, Chair-Elect, Immediate Past Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer.
The executive committee has authority within policies, procedures, and rules, within legal provisions and the association bylaws, to act for the association and has charge of its routine affairs in the intervals between meetings of the board of governors. Elections for Chair-Elect, Secretary and Treasurer are held every two years.
NAB has ten standing committees:
- NHA Examination
- RC/AL Examination
- Budget & Finance
- Continuing Education
- State Governance and Regulatory Issues
- Member Relations and Outreach
Management and Administration
The administration and management of the association is contractual under agreement with Bostrom Corporation (www.bostrom.com), a Professional Services firm with offices in Chicago and Washington DC. Bostrom Corporation President Randy Lindner serves as President and CEO for the NAB. The President and CEO is directly responsible to the Chairman, whose administrative actions are subject to approval by the Board of Governors. The President and CEO also serves as the assistant secretary-treasurer of the association.
NAB conducts leadership and management of the association in accordance with the association’s bylaws, policy, and procedures, and in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws. The NAB’s objectives, goals, activities and business plans are guided by the association’s Mission, Vision, Values and Strategic Plan.
NAB is the nation’s leading authority on licensing, credentialing, and regulating administrators of organizations along the continuum of long term care.
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