A refresher course on the Carver Model of Governance was conducted on June 16, 2001, by Susan Stratton, a Carver trainer. The Board continued to work on revisions of the Board Policy Handbook and the bylaws. NCFR’s financial health continued to be stable, with a fund balance of $907,588, assets of $1.6 million, and liabilities of $680,000.
The theme of the 2001 Annual Conference was “Families, Stress, and Coping: Bridging Theory and Practice.” Program chair was Gay Kitson, and the conference took place at the Hyatt Regency in Rochester, NY, November 8–11. The local arrangements liaison was Lyman Wynne. Pre-conference workshops included the 2001 Work–Life Summit; a Red Cross disaster mental health course led by Jack Herrmann from the University of Rochester Medical Center; the Theory Construction and Research Methodology Workshop; and “How to be a Successful Family Life Educator: Marketing Yourself and Your Programs.” Read the 2001 Work–Life Summit Program Plenary speakers included Charles F. Figley, who […]
The Board of Directors comprised the following: President: Steve Jorgensen President-Elect: Carol Darling Members-at-Large: Bill Allen, David Demo, Marilyn Flick, Leigh Leslie, and Joe Pittman President, Association of Councils: Lane Powell Student/New Professionals Representative: Tammy Henderson Sections were no longer on the Board, but included the following: EE, Patricia Tanner Nelson; EM, Estella Martinez; FH, Ann Garwick; FP, Dennis Orthner; FS, Deborah B. Gentry; FT, Richard Wampler; FF, Shelley MacDermid; IN, Stephen M. Wilson; RF, Dale Hawley; RT, Jane Gilgun; TCRM, David Fournier.