NNECAPA is led by an Executive Committee consisting of elected and appointed officers as established in the Chapter Bylaws. The role and responsibilities of each Executive Committee member are detailed in the NNECAPA Executive Committee Job Position Descriptions.

Executive Committee members serve 2-year terms that begin on January 1 of each even numbered year. Members interested in serving on the Executive Committee should contact their Section Representative in the spring of the odd numbered years. Elections are held in the fall of the odd numbered years.


President

Sarah Marchant, AICP

president@nnecapa.org

NNECAPA's President assumes overall responsibility for coordinating the Chapter's programs and activities, serves as the principal liaison between APA and the Chapter, and represents the Chapter at official functions.


Vice-President

Position vacant.
NNECAPA's Vice-President supports the President in administration of the Chapter.


Secretary

Rita Seto, AICP

secretary@nnecapa.org

NNECAPA's Secretary maintains the Chapter's records and documents, notifies members of meetings, and takes minutes of Executive Committee and Chapter meetings.

Treasurer

Benjamin Frost, Esq., AICP

treasurer@nnecapa.org

NNECAPA's Treasurer is responsible for overall financial management of the Chapter, maintains the Chapter's financial records, and recommends an annual budget for approval by the membership.


Professional Development Officer

Carl Eppich, AICP

pdo@nnecapa.org

NNECAPA's Professional Development Officer (PDO) administers the Chapter's Certification Maintenance program, provides technical assistance to members taking the AICP exam, and publicizes professional development opportunities.


Public Information Officer

Brandy Saxton, AICP

pio@nnecapa.org

NNECAPA's Public Information Officer (PIO) coordinates Chapter communications, oversees the Chapter's website, publicizes information about the activities of the Chapter and members.


Section Representatives

NNECAPA's Section Representatives are responsible for communication between the Sections and the Chapter.

Maine | Carol Eyerman, AICP

New Hampshire | Kerrie Diers, Esq., AICP

Vermont | Meagan Tuttle, AICP

Legislative Liaisons

The Legislative Liaisons monitor pending state legislation, inform membership about pending and adopted legislation, and respond to materials from APA regarding federal legislation.

Maine | Jared Woolston, AICP

New Hampshire | Scott Osgood, P.E.

Vermont | Alex Weinhagen

Faculty Representative

Clay Mitchell, Ph.D.

clayton.mitchell@unh.edu

NNECAPA's Faculty Representative seeks to promote planning scholarship within academic institutions in Northern New England, and promote student participation in the Chapter.


Student Representative

Katharine Labrecque

kbl1008@wildcats.unh.edu

NNECAPA's Student Representative seeks to promote student participation in the Chapter.


Past President

Position vacant.