Board of Directors


n4a’s governing body is a member-elected Board of Directors, comprised of two Board members and two alternates from each of the ten federal regions, as well as two Board members and two alternates at-large representing the Title VI Native American aging programs. Board members, with the exception of the Title VI representatives, are elected by n4a members in that region and serve three-year terms. Title VI representatives to the Board are elected by n4a-member Title VI programs nationwide and serve three-year terms.

Officers of the n4a Board include: President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Immediate Past President. The President is elected by the membership at large every two years, beginning his/her term at the end of the n4a Annual Conference each summer. A nominating committee of the Board selects the other officer positions for one-year terms; the full Board then votes to approve or amend those recommendations.

Committees of the Board include: Executive, Finance, Public Policy & Grassroots, Conference, Membership and Corporate Relations.

Full n4a Board By-Laws
Past n4a Presidents

Executive Committee 

1st Vice President
Mary Ann Spanos
2nd Vice President
Donna Harvey
Pam Curtis
Fran Benson

Upcoming Board Meetings
December 8-10, 2020, Alexandria, VA 
April 26, 2021, Washington, DC