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Art Education’s Dr. Jeff Broome Elected as Division Director

Published April 9, 2015


The Department of Art Education congratulates Dr. Jeff Broome on his recent election as Higher Education Division Director by the National Arts Education Association.

The NAEA Board of Directors is selected by its members, with elections held every other year.  As the Division Director Elect, Dr. Broome will serve for two years, beginning at the conclusion of this year’s conference. Division Directors serve a total of 4 years—2 years as Director-Elect, and 2 years on the Board as Division Director. Presidents serve a total of 6 years on the Board—2 years as Elect, 2 years as President, 2 years as Past President.

Overview of Division Director/Vice President Activities

  • Assist the Division Director/Vice President with duties pertaining to the Division/Region;
  • Assume duties and/or represent the Division Director/Vice President in the event of absence or vacancy in that office
  • Serve as a member of the Division’s Development Committee/Leadership Team;
  • Participate in the program development, planning, business meetings, and Convention duties for the region/division;
  • Maintain communications, responding in a timely manner, with the Division Director/Vice President, President, and Executive Director to complete division/regional business;
  • Serve on committees, task forces, and participate in related professional activities as assigned by the Division Director/Vice President;
  • Read and maintain knowledge of the Association’s work through the Executive Director’s Reports, Leadership Lens, position statements, minutes, and other NAEA printed materials.

For a full description of Board responsibilities, please visit this page on the NAEA website.

 About NAEA

Founded in 1947, The National Art Education Association is the leading professional membership organization exclusively for visual arts educators. Members include elementary, middle and high school visual arts educators, college and university professors, researchers and scholars, teaching artists, administrators and supervisors, and art museum educators, as well as more than 45,000 students who are members of the National Art Honor Society or are university students preparing to be art educators.

For more information about NAEA, please visit their general information page.