Make a difference in your association.

By serving in a leadership capacity in the one professional association dedicated solely to enrolled agents, you can make a positive impact on your profession.

NAEA Board of Directors are responsible for strategic thinking, planning and evaluation. They set the direction of the association. Previous board members report significant professional and personal growth from the board. Serving on the board is interesting, sometimes challenging, and often fun – it can change you for the better. Submit your nomination by accessing the form here.

Nominations for NAEA’s 2022-2023 Board of Directors are closed. The slate of nominees will be published in November 2021 and voting will take place from Dec. 1 through 15, 2021.

For more information about board service, please review the FAQs.

Take this opportunity to give back to the profession and association you love!

President-Elect

The President-Elect is elected by the membership to be an officer of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA). The President-Elect serves as back-up to the President, and must be completely familiar with the President’s duties and responsibilities. At the end of a one-year term, the President-Elect automatically becomes President of NAEA and after that one-year term becomes Immediate Past President. If the President is absent, the President-Elect performs the duties of the Presidency during that time. If the President is incapacitated or otherwise unable to complete his or her term of office, the President-Elect serves as President during the remainder of the term. The President-Elect must know and understand NAEA’s core values, strategic plans, bylaws, and policies and procedures.

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Secretary

The Secretary is an Officer, a member of the Board of Directors, and the official Record Keeper of the Association. The Secretary is elected by the membership in odd-numbered years and serves a two-year term. The Secretary must know and understand NAEA’s core values, strategic plans, Bylaws, policies and procedures.

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Director

The Board of Directors is the governing authority of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA). Directors are elected by the NAEA membership and serve a two-year term. Directors bear fiduciary and legal responsibility to promote the best interests of NAEA. Directors must practice knowledge-based governance principles and develop strategic policies for the association. Each director must place NAEA’s needs above their individual interests or desires and communicate member concerns. Directors must attend and participate in all board meetings and must prepare by reviewing meeting materials in advance. Directors must know and understand NAEA’s core values, strategic plans, bylaws, and policies and procedures.

NAEA will retain Directors and Officers liability insurance to protect directors against legal recourse resulting from the discharge of their board responsibilities.

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