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NACAS Statement on Chauvin DecisionEarlier this week, jurors in Minnesota found former police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all counts in the murder of George Floyd that took place last May. This verdict comes as a sigh of relief for the Floyd family, the Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) community, and all those who have been organizing in protest of police violence and systemic racism. Learn More
NACAS Announces 2020-2021 CASP RecipientsNACAS, the largest auxiliary and ancillary services support organization serving higher education, is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 recipients of the CASP certification. Learn More
NACAS Announces New Interim CEO, Lillian De Lisle StottNACAS, the largest auxiliary and ancillary services support organization serving higher education, announces the appointment of Lillian De Lisle Stott as Interim CEO, effective immediately. Learn More
NACAS Statement on Violence Against Asians and Asian AmericansWe are saddened by the news of the shootings in Atlanta earlier this week that resulted in the death of six Asian women. NACAS condemns these acts of violence and stands in solidarity with the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities. We grieve for the victims, their families, and all who are suffering during this time. Learn More
NACAS Announces CEO Kelsey Harmon Finn Stepping Down After Five Successful YearsNACAS, the largest auxiliary and ancillary services support organization serving higher education, announces that CEO Kelsey Harmon Finn will be stepping down from her position after five years of dedicated service to the association and its members, effective March 19. Learn More
Eddie Mills Inaugurated as President of NACAS Foundation Board of DirectorsThe NACAS Foundation installed Eddie Mills Associate Vice President of Auxiliary Services at Georgia Southern University as President of the NACAS Foundation Board of Directors. “I’m really excited about the opportunity to serve as the NACAS Foundation President. I feel like my role is to explore new opportunities for the Foundation to impact college students directly through our fundraising initiatives,” said Mills.
NACAS Inaugurates Mark Ironside as President and Installs the New 2021 Board MembersNACAS, the largest auxiliary and ancillary services support organization serving higher education, installed Mark Ironside, Assistant Vice President of Business Services and President of LU Properties, LCC, at Lehigh University, as President of the NACAS Board of Directors. Three new members were also added to the board at the C3X 2020 Virtual Annual Conference & Expo. Learn More
Carlos Garcia, CASP, named 2020 winner of Newton AwardNACAS is proud to announce the 2020 winner of the Robert F. Newton Award for Distinguished Service; Carlos Garcia, CASP, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. The award was presented to Carlos at the C3X 2020 Virtual Annual Conference & Expo. Learn More
NACAS Announces 2020 Campus Care Grant RecipientsThe NACAS Foundation is pleased to announce that on November 11 at the C3X 2020 Virtual Conference & Expo, four institutions were selected to receive funds totaling $22,850 through the Campus Care Grant. The recipients are as follows:
- Otterbein University
- University of Maryland, College Park
- University of Nebraska – Lincoln
- Hartford Community College Learn More
Embracing Change: C3X Education in a Virtual EnvironmentBy: Jacquelyn Wright, Educational Program Manager, NACAS
When the coronavirus pandemic flipped all of our lives upside down, NACAS watched as several other associations quickly pivoted their annual conferences to virtual experiences or cancel altogether. With the C3X Annual Conference & Expo slated for November, we were fortunate to know we had time to be intentional about what we were going to do and how we would get there. Just like everyone else, we were worried about our ability to meet expectations, to deliver the C3X experience we know our members have enjoyed over the years, the experience we’ve worked so hard to elevate year over year. Learn More