Nominations for CEA Executive Board Sought

The CEA Executive Board provides direction for the organization and represents the interests of the membership.  CEA needs active individuals to provide this valuable input to continue offering services that meet the needs and interests of our membership.  It’s time to begin the process of selecting a President-Elect, Vice-President, Treasurer, and International Representative – Canadian.  All officers will serve two-year terms on the Executive Board with the exception of the President-Elect who will serve one year as President-Elect, two years as President, and a final year as Past-President.  Once elected, all officers must become members of the American Correctional Association (ACA) and agree to attend all meetings of the CEA Executive Board.

Written consent from the nominee is required before his/her name is placed on the ballot.  Nominations must be received by January 9, 2015.  Nominees must provide written consent, bio (maximum or 75 words) and picture by January 16, 2015. Election ballots will be mailed January 30, 2015 to all eligible voters (CEA members as of September 1, 2014).  Returned ballots must be postmarked by February 20, 2015.


The duties of the President-Elect will be to serve as a member of the Standards Commission during the course of this term, to serve as Parliamentarian, to serve as the Executive Board representative on the President’s Council, to direct fund raising activities, and upon completion of one term as President-Elect, become the President of the CEA.

Vice President
The duties of the Vice President will be to serve in the capacity of the President in his/her absence, to ascend to the presidency in the event that the President can no longer serve, to be responsible for the promotion of memberships within the CEA in coordination with the Executive Director, and to serve as Chair of the Public Relations/Membership Committee.

The duties of the Treasurer will include serving as Chair of         Budget and Audit Committee, submitting quarterly financial reports to the Executive Board and at all Executive Board meetings, arranging for and reporting the results of an annual audit of CEA accounts, making a financial report to the membership at its annual meeting, publishing a financial statement of the CEA in the Journal or Newsletter annually.

International Representative – Canadian

The duties of the International Representative Canadian will be to represent the interest of CEA members from Canada to the Executive Board and represent CEA and the Executive Board to Canadian CEA members. Those submitting nominations for the office of International Representative – Canadian and the person nominated for the office, must be residents of Canada.

As you can see from the job descriptions, each of these positions plays an integral role in representing the CEA membership ensuring that organization meets their needs and interests. Everyone has something valuable to contribute to CEA.  The election process is a wonderful way to get involved with your organization. 

Nomination Form



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Nominator:  Please provide your name and contact information:


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Nominations may be mailed, faxed, or emailed to the CEA office.

The deadline for receipt of all nominations is JANUARY 9, 2015.

CEA Nominations
8182 Lark Brown Rd, Suite 201
Elkridge, MD  21075
Phone: 800-783-1232   Fax: 443-459-3088





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