Officers

2023-2024 SRAPPA Board

President

Gregg Clarke, MBA, CEFP
University of Florida

Immediate Past President

Rosalba Ledezma, RA, AUA-A, CEFP
Doctoral Student, Educational Studies in Higher Education, Purdue University

President Elect

Jeffrey Benjamin, P.E., CEFP, DBIA
University of Georgia

Vice President

Collin Sewell, P.E., CEFP
University of Alabama

Treasurer

David Maharrey, CEFP

VP of Communications

Solomon T. Franklin, MA
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

VP of Chapter Affairs

David Van Hook, CEFP
Georgia Highlands College

Vice President for Education

Priti Bhatia, CFM®, CEFP, SCUP PI, M.F.A
Georgia Institute of Technology

Vice President for Conferences

Tom Jones, MEd, CEFP
Clemson University

APPA Regional Director

David Smith, CEFP
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Business Partner Liaison

VACANT

K-12 and Community College Liaison

Tom Owenby, MBA, MS, CEFP, PMP
The Porter-Gaud School

APPA Liaison to the SRAPPA Board

Leah Thayer
APPA International

SRAPPA Representatives to the APPA Committees

APPA Membership Committee Representative

Mallica Reynolds
Nova Southeastern University

APPA Mentorship Program Coordinator

Rashad Towns
College of Charleston

President-Appointed Board Support Members

APPA Awards & Recognition

Priti Bhatia, CFM®, CEFP, SCUP PI, M.F.A
Georgia Institute of Technology

Barriers to Participation Committee

John Morris
College of Charleston

Emerging Professionals

Jaime Morales
University of Central Florida

SRAPPA Mentor & Mentee Applications

*To complete and submit the forms, you will need to open them in Adobe Acrobat.

SRAPPA Representatives to the APPA Committees

APPA Membership Committee Representative
Mallica Reynolds
Nova Southeastern University

APPA Continuous Learning & Curriculum Development Representative
Victor Panchuk
Westminster Schools

SRAPPA Mentorship Program Coordinator
Rashad Towns
College of Charleston

President-Appointed Board Support Members

APPA Awards and Recognition
Priti Bhatia
Georgia Tech

Barriers to Participation Committee
John Morris
College of Charleston

Emerging Professionals                                       
Jaime Morales
University of Central Florida

SRAPPA Mentor and Mentee Applications

*To complete and submit the forms, you will need to open them in Adobe Acrobat.

SRAPPA Board Vacancies

Have you wanted to get involved with the SRAPPA Board? Now is your chance! There are currently three opportunities to serve on the Board. We are looking to fill the 1st Vice President (voting) and Treasurer (voting) positions.

1st Vice President
To be installed at the fall conference

The 1st Vice President will be elected to hold office for a one (1) year term and is elected with the intent to ascend to President Elect, then President, then Immediate Past-President for a total of a 4-year commitment. The duties and responsibilities of the 1st Vice President are as follows: 

  1. Attend the SRAPPA Spring and Fall Board Meetings at fall host site city.
  2. Serve as a voting member on the Nominating Committee.
  3. Attend APPA national sessions and SRAPPA annual meetings.
  4. Serve as a voting member on the Board of Directors.
  5. Work with all Board Members to understand roles and responsibilities.
  6. Support VP of Communications with website edits and updates.
  7. Work with President-Elect to develop articles for association newsletter.
  8. Support each committee that is operational in scope, i.e., Membership, Awards, Professional Development
  9. Work on Committees as assigned by the President or on a voluntary basis.
  10. Support President and President-Elect in coverage for Board vacancies.

Treasurer
To be installed as soon as possible

The Treasurer will be elected to serve a three (3) year term and may be elected to serve an additional consecutive term. The duties and responsibilities of the Treasurer are as follows:

  1. Responsible for reporting and keeping the Board of Directors informed of the financial integrity of SRAPPA.
  2. Collect and dispense funds as approved by the SRAPPA Board of Directors.
  3. Present a financial statement at the annual meeting for the current year.
  4. Present a financial statement for the fiscal year ending March 31 at the spring board meeting.
  5. File tax returns for the association each fiscal year.
  6. File the annual report with the Corporation Commission of the State of Virginia each year in April. Notification of the need for filing will usually come from the corporation’s registered agent at the APPA office in Alexandria, VA.
  7. Attend the SRAPPA Spring and Fall Board meetings at fall host site city.
  8. Provide a written report for the SRAPPA Board of Directors spring and annual meetings.
  9. Attend the APPA and SRAPPA annual meetings, national sessions.
  10. Serve as a voting member of the SRAPPA Executive Committee.
  11. Serve as a voting member on the SRAPPA Board of Directors.

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