Job Description: The NRHH President will take an active role in the advancement of NRHH and oversee all aspects of the association. He or she will delegate responsibility as needed and communicate on behalf of the “Tom Ogg” Chapter at a regional and national level. The President will plan one major, campus-wide, program during the academic year. In addition, he or she will compile an agenda and proctor a weekly Executive Board meeting and proceed over all NRHH meetings.
|2013-2014 President: Colin Young|
Hey Wildcats! My name is Colin and I am your NRHH President. I am a senior Information Technology and Administrative Management major. My favorite pillar is recognition because it involves a lot of creative projects. My hobbies and interests including almost anything technology related. In particular, I love web design and databases. Currently, my favorite TV show is Parks and Recreation.
|Executive Vice President|
Job Description: The NRHH Executive Vice-President will take an active role in the advancement of NRHH. He or she will also plan one major, campus-wide, program during the academic year. He or she will stay apprised of progress and problems and step into the Presidential position as needed. He or she will have charge over membership drives, and elections. The Executive Vice-President will also be responsible to ensure that all Active and General Members sign an updated General Body Expectation Agreement (GBEA) at the beginning of every academic year. The Executive Vice-President will also continually update the member roster as needed. In addition, the Executive Vice-President will advise the community service committee.
2013-2014 EVP: Camille Meador
Camille Meador hails from the region of Unincorporated King County, but has an Auburn mailing address. She is in her junior year. Her majors are Psychology, Sociology and Public Relations. In the future she hopes to work with marketing. Camille joined NRHH because of her friends' influence and has loved it ever since!
|Administrative Vice President|
Job Description: The NRHH Administrative Vice-President will take an active role in the advancement of NRHH. He or she will also plan one major, campus-wide, program during the academic year. He or she will be responsible for most secretarial jobs, this includes, the composition of notes and minutes for both executive and general meetings, sending meeting information via email and/or fliers. As well as the Administrative VP will be responsible for maintaining the historical artifact for the “Tom Ogg” Chapter of NRHH. In addition, the Administrative Vice-President will advise the academic committee. He or she will be responsible for monitoring the financial resources of the association. He or she will submit a projected budget at the beginning of the year. He or she will meet regularly with the financial advisors from UH&NSP to maintain the accuracy of the association’s financial state. He or she will receive adequate training in how to fill out all vouchers and paperwork involved with finances. He or she will be available to help others as needed or requested with fiscal paperwork
|2013-2014 Administrative VP: Jazmyn Sturgeon|
My name is Jazmyne and I am the Administrative Vice President for NRHH. I am a Junior studying Public Health, specializing in Community Health. I absolutely love campus life, which is why I am involved with the National Residence Hall Honorary, Residence Hall Association, Residence Hall Leadership Counsel, and University Housing. It is my dream to pursue a career in Student Affairs so I can continue to be involved in these organizations and more. On a personal level, I love reading and learning, and enjoy being involved with my Campus Ministry. Come talk to me if you’re curious about getting involved on campus!
|Vice President of Recognition|
Job Description: The NRHH Vice-President of Recognition will take an active role in recognizing the charters members and other students around campus and in the resident halls. He or she will plan one major, campus-wide, program during the academic year. The Vice President of Recognition will also be in charge of “Of the Month” (OTM) awards and maintaining the OTM database. The Vice President of Recognition will ensure that all General and Active member have an OTM account. In addition, the Vice President of Recognition will make sure all OTMs are submitted on time. If an OTM cannot be submitted on time, the nominator must be in communication with the Vice President of Recognition. Back-dating of OTMs will be at the discretion of the Vice President of Recognition. As well as, the Vice President of Recognition will have charge over the “Of The Week” (OTW) awards. The Vice President of Recognition will make sure there are ample copies of the award and nomination forms and will have the awards ready for presentation every week at RHA. The Vice President of Recognition will also be responsible for putting on one (1) recognition program every week during the RHA meeting. In addition, the Vice President of Recognition will advise the recognition committee. The Vice President of Recognition will apply to participate in the regional OTM voting committee.
2013-2014 VP of Recognition: Jonece Tallant
Jonece is a junior majoring in Public Relations with a minor in Advertising. This is her third year living on campus and her third year in on-campus leadership. Her favorite pillar is recognition because she loves to let people know that the things they do are noticed and are appreciated.
Winter QuarterMonday, December 9, 2013 Spring QuarterMonday, March 17, 2014 Summer QuarterMonday, JuDeShields Honored With National Distinguished Service Award
June 7, 2012 ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Richard DeShields, Central Washington University's Associ