NASP 2022 Elections

View the 2-minute video from Steve Brock, Nominations & Elections Committee Chair, to learn about the questions being answered by our President-Elect candidates.
Login to cast your vote Polls close January 25, 2021, 5 PM EST.

The NASP elections will be held from January 4 to January 25, 2021. NASP Members will be e-mailed a reminder to vote online.

President-Elect Candidates—2022–2023

Three one-year terms as president-elect, July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023; president, July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024; and past president, July 1, 2024 to June 30, 2025

Andrea ClyneAndrea Clyne
Andrea Clyne has been a practitioner for 31 joyful years. Honored to be named the Colorado School Psychologist of the Year in 2014, Andrea has held several NASP leadership roles, including Practice Model Committee Chair, Writing Team Lead for the 2020 Practice Model Revision, and Western Region Delegate Representative.

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Peter FaustinoPeter Faustino
Dr. Peter Faustino has worked in public schools for over 25 years. As the current New York Delegate, he serves the NASP Board as a Regional Representative. He is also a member of NASP’s Government and Professional Relations Committee advocating for children’s mental health at the state and national level.

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Treasurer Candidate

Three-year term from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2025

Misty LayMisty Lay
Misty Lay is a school psychologist from Kentucky. Misty was awarded the 2010 National School Psychologist of the Year. She served 6 years as a delegate to NASP and 3 years as a Delegate Representative to the NASP Board of Directors until 2018. Misty was recently appointed as NASP Treasurer.

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State Delegate Candidates

Three-year term from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2025
*Indicates the incumbent delegate is timing out of office and is not eligible to run again.
**Indicates the incumbent delegate is not running.

Central Region

Indiana*
Michael T. Manis
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Missouri
Rachele Teson
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Oklahoma*
Sara Rich
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South Dakota
Curtis Middleton
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Northeast Region

Delaware
Gabrielle Koury
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New York*
Courtney Huguenin
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Gregory Mellon
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Andrew Shanock
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Puerto Rico*
Patricia L. Landers-Santiago
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Veronica Morales
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Vermont*
Phyllis Paro
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Lacy Skinner
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Southeast Region

North Carolina*
Racheal Renee Gliniak
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Caron Parrish-Nowell
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South Carolina*
Beth Howell
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Tennessee
Sarah McMillan
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Texas
Ashley Arnold
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Brook Roberts
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West Virginia
Conrae Lucas-Adkins
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Western Region

Alaska
Hilary Turner
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Idaho
Teresa Fritsch
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Oregon
Mason Rivers
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Washington**
Jo Callaghan
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