Leadership has granted Admin Leave for meetings with leadership during national convention. One less excuse not to go! More info on convention here: register-for-2018-national-convention-in-san-antonio-tx.html
Make a difference in the world by attending the 2018 NACS, NASE, NADD National Convention in San Antonio, Texas. Network with colleges across the nation, meet the national leadership and influence change. Become a leader for change and join a committee or accept a board position.
Register online: https://nacsfsa.weebly.com/convention_pay.html or by mail: 2018_registration.pdf
The deadline to submit registration is June 8th and will include: hospitality room, Tuesday lunch, Wednesday Banquet, and a Monday night GO Rio Cruise down the Riverwalk followed by appetizers/drinks.
Meetings/lodging will be located at the Historic Menger Hotel in Downtown San Antonio.
The deadline to make hotel reservations is May 24th. Use this link to make reservations: https://reservations.mengerhotel.com/75799?groupID=2004836#/guestsandrooms. You can also call 210-223-4361 and use the group code 062318NACS
We encourage everyone to plan on arriving in San Antonio before 7pm on Sunday, June 24th and to not leave until after the banquet on Wednesday, June 27th.
The final agenda will not be available until shortly before the meeting; however, below is a breakdown of what can be typically expected:
Sunday, June 24th Monday, June 25th
3-5pm Board Meeting 8 ~ opening ceremonies
5-6pm Committee Chair Meeting 9 ~ NFAOC presentation, Q & A
7-8pm First time Attendee Mixer 2 ~ Committee Meetings
6 ~ Go-Rio River Cruise
Tuesday, June 26th Wednesday, June 27th
8 ~ National Speakers 8 - 5 ~ NASE Meeting
2 - 5 ~ NASE Meetings 7pm ~ Banquet
Thursday, June 28th
8-12 New/old board meeting
Interested in going but need a room mate or a ride? E-mail us at email@example.com.
Please join NASE in congratulating Marilyn McMullen, a NASE Past President, on her selection as Farm Loan Chief for Montana. Here is Marilyn's message to NASE members:
"It is with a little bit of sadness that I say I am no longer able to be a full fledged member of NASE. I will continue my membership as an associate because I believe this is the best organization an employee can belong to if you want some control over your work processes.
If there is ever anything I can do for any of you from my new Farm Loan Chief position, please do not hesitate to ask. I hope you don't mind if I call on you all once in a while as well."
Thank you Marilyn, for your service to customers, employees, and NASE!
(L to R : Peterson, Biester, Truman, Harmon, Blehm, Renwick, McIlravy, Monson, Johnson, Perkins, McAdams, and Northey)
NASE Board and Zone Reps will be traveling to WDC the first week of April. We will be meeting with senior leadership and are looking for your input into topics for the discussions.
If you have any comments, suggestions, questions, etc. that you would like us to present to leadership, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
NASE has a new logo! The arrows represent the way we work on process improvements up, down, and across all levels of the agency. The colors red, white and blue represent our federal government affiliation and patriotism. The green and gold represent agriculture and the producers we serve!
McIlravy, McMullen (pictured right with trophy), and McGrath's teams were selected as winners! Congratulations!
FSA Deputy Administrator Chris Beyerhelm recently announced the employees selected to advance to stage 3 of the nominations for the FSA Administrator’s Awards for Service to Agriculture. We are happy to announce that three of the nominees are NASE members!
Two NASE Associate Members were also nominated: