Hello Board Members, Members, and Associate Members!
There are a lot of exciting things to come in 2014 for NCVC. First and foremost, 2014 will mark our 30th anniversary as an organization! We hope that you will help us to celebrate this throughout our events and activities planned for this coming year!
One thing of note, is that n even years, NCVC holds elections to our board of directors. This process will start shortly after the first of the year, and will come to an end with elections in the spring. Rhonda Rolles, our Election Committee Chair, will be contacting you all as we get closer to that date. I want to encourage our current board members and any interested members to consider serving for a two year term on the NCVC board. This is a self-nomination process, meaning that unless we reach our maximum board membership of 25 individuals, those that are nominated will be able to serve on the board.
In May we will be electing new officers to the board. All those who were elected to the board will be able to cast their vote on who they would like to see in a leadership role for the organization. Rhonda again will be leading us through this process.
For those that are interested in serving on the board, I would encourage you to attend our board retreat, set for January 24 at the Lincoln Child Advocacy Center from 9:30 to 3:30. Lunch will be provided. We plan to do some visioning, and strategic planning for the future of NCVC, as well as do a review and celebration of the many accomplishments we have seen over our 30 year history. We hope to create some short term goals, as well as some long terms goals to help us lead the way in continuing to raise awareness for victims of crime for the next 30 years and beyond. I hope you can join us on the journey!
If you are interested in attending the retreat, please contact Toni Jensen at email@example.com, so that we have an accurate count for lunch.
Thank you for your continued support and dedication to this very important work.