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To our Valued Readers: Please note new contact information for fulfillment services effective July 2, 2007: NASW Press Distribution Center, Toll-Free Phone: 800-227-3590, Toll-Free Fax: 866-494-1499, International Fax: 770-238-0453, Online: NASW Press. Thank you.

 

Leaders Sought


Nominations for the association's 2008 election must reach the National Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification by Oct. 31, 2007.

The committee will meet Nov. 30-Dec 1, 2007, to develop the slate of candidates.

Positions to be filled include:

Board of Directors: Member-at-large (2008-11); MSW student (2008-10); regional representatives (2008-11) Regions I, II, X, XIII.

National Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (2008-11): Regions I, III, V, IX.

In recommending nominees, members should bear in mind the following NASW bylaws:

The slate must reflect the ethnic minority distribution, gender distribution, sexual orientation distribution, geographic distribution, students, and special interests of membership. (In order to further implement 1996 bylaws amendments, members' self-identification of sexual orientation is invited on the nomination form.)

At least one board member must be a person whose current, most advanced degree is the baccalaureate.

The candidate for a nominations committee seat who garners the second-highest vote total in an electoral region will be the alternate to the elected committee member.

Current board members whose terms expire next June may be elected to other board positions, but may not succeed themselves in their current positions and may not be elected to a third consecutive board term in any capacity.

Only persons whose names are submitted to the nominations committee by Oct. 31, but are not included in the slate, may be included by petition on the final ballot.

For details: Doreta Richards, (202) 336-8216

 

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From the Director
Advocacy: Profession's Cornerstone
By Elizabeth J. Clark, Ph.D., ACSW, MPH

Organizations Extend Services Globally
Children's Agencies' Programs Work Outside the U.S.
Decades of social work experience and research are being utilized in developing countries.
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

Boundary Issues Figure in Ethics Sanctions
Two social workers are sanctioned for Code of Ethics violations.

Kelly Elected President for 2008-2011
Kelly was previously president of the California Chapter.

2007 NASW Vote

Experts Promote Reinvestment Push
The Polsinelli team can offer expertise and legislative knowledge.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

VA Data Breach May Affect Social Workers
Social workers who may have been affected will have access to free credit monitoring.

Bill Covers Emergency Mental Health
Current resources are not sufficient to meet disaster victims' mental health needs.
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

Federal Social Worker Protection Bill Backed
The bill is named after a social work case manager who was brutally killed in 2004.

Decision Stands in Pregnancy Case
The justices referred to the amicus brief in oral argument.
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

Law Change Renders Appeal Moot
Legislative action has resulted in a motion to dismiss appeals in the case.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

High Court Ruling a Setback for Pay Equity
NASW supported Ledbetter's fight for equal pay.

Child Well-Being Risks Examined
Petit developed a "child vulnerability index" based on 11 statistical measures.
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

Association Partners With OWL
OWL's polling data show many people believe depression is a normal part of aging.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

The Board Takes Action
April 2007

Child Welfare Studies Program a Success
More than 100 social workers have been placed into the child welfare workforce.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

Searching the Finder

Guide on Child Welfare Families Offered
The publication helps staff improve and coordinate services.

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