NACC Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is the decision-making body of the National Association of Catholic Chaplains.
The Board is composed of the Chair, Chair-Elect/Secretary, Treasurer and two At-large-members elected by the membership, the Episcopal Liaison, appointed by the President of the USCCB, and four external professionals appointed by the Board.
The Board is responsible to:
- Steward the Catholic identity of the association.
- Steward the mission and vision for the future of the association.
- Ensure the integration of the values in the organizational culture.
- Approve the strategic direction for the growth of the association.
- Maintain and develop the association’s relationship with the USCCB and other groups, institutions, and organizations within and outside the Catholic Church.
- Approve the Association’s policies.
- Ratify changes to the constitution.
- Appoint members of the NACC Certification Commission.
- Establish task forces or other bodies required by the mission.
- Approve the annual budget.
- Participate in the evaluation of the Executive Director.
The Board of Directors meets three (3) times a year.
Executive Director – David A. Lichter, D.Min.
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