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National Leadership Assembly 2022
NAfME National Leadership Assembly Report
2022 Societies and Councils Annual Report
- For virtual participants: NAfME Code of Conduct for Virtual Meetings
- For in-person participants: 2022 National Assembly COVID-19 policy
- For in-person paarticipants: 2022 National Assembly COVID-19 Statement of Policy and Waiver for Registration
The 2022 NAfME National Leadership Assembly will be a hybrid event, held in-person at the Sheraton Reston, 11810 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA 20191 on June 21-24, 2022.
Additional information will be made available for virtual access. All events will conclude by 12:00pm ET on June 24. We ask that participants plan to depart the assembly after 12pm ET on June 24.
The National Executive Board (NEB) has decided that attendance will be limited to NAfME Bylaw required constituencies: Bylaw IX – National Assembly, “Section 2. Makeup. The Presidents of the Federated State Associations, the Chairs of Councils and Societies, and the elected National and Division officers shall constitute the National Assembly. If any member of the National Assembly is unable to attend a meeting of the Assembly, a proxy may be designated by the individual unable to attend, with the approval of the National Executive Board.”
For the 2022 National Assembly, NAfME will reimburse the aforementioned NAfME Bylaw required constituencies, the Presidents of the Federated State Associations, the Chairs of Councils and Societies, and the National Executive Board, for travel, lodging at the event hotel, and food and beverage at the event space, while attending the event.
For planning purposes, please note National Assembly will commence the morning of June 22, 2022. Regarding upcoming travel, the three closest airports to Reston, VA are (by proximity) Dulles International Airport, Reagan National Airport, and BWI Airport.
- NOTE: The NEB has decided that, subject to limited exceptions, proof of vaccination will be required for attendance at the 2022 National Assembly. Additional details concerning the application of this policy for attendees can be found here.
Please contact Kim Henry at email@example.com or 571-323-5893 with any questions.
Tuesday, June 21
NASS Participants Arrival – State Presidents and Chairs of the Societies and Councils
9:10am President’s Cabinet and Division Meeting
- “Unconference” planning
10:30am Opening of NASS – Roll Call
10:50am Celebrations: Leadership; NASPAAM
11:15am State of the Association
1:30pm NAfME Transforming – Framing the new Strategic Plan
2:00 pm Advocacy Cornerstone Breakout
2:45pm Professional Learning & Growth Cornerstone Breakout
3:45pm Music Research & Music Teacher Education Cornerstone
4:30pm Equity Keystone Breakout
5:15pm Mission & Vision
5:30pm Dinner on Your Own
9:00am Leadership in the Upside Down
10:00am Morning Breakouts (all attendees will attend each breakout)
- Pathways To & Through the Profession
- Diversifying Music Curriculum
- Connecting the Dots: Tri-M & Collegiate
10:00am State Executives Meeting – Virtual
10:00am State Editors Meeting – Virtual
1:30pm Afternoon Breakouts (all attendees will attend each breakout)
- Budgeting Beyond Dues Dollars
- The Future of NAfME Events
- We All Belong: Building a Bigger Table
4:00pm Keynote Princess Moss and the Excellence in Advocacy Award
5:15pm Wrap Up
5:30pm Dinner on Your Own
8:00pm Bobby McKey’s Dueling Pianos (optional)
9:00am “Un”Conference Session(s)
10:30am Building Belong Beyond the Pandemic: A National Advocacy Celebration for Music Education with Remarks by education Secretary Miguel Cardona
12:00pm Assembly concludes