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Accept the Challenge to Volunteer for a NAEOP Committee

Top 10 Reasons to Volunteer for a NAEOP Committee

  • Broaden your knowledge
  • Enhance your network
  • Explore new talents
  • Grow and be challenged
  • Build confidence
  • Make a difference
  • Future leadership development and achievement
  • Rise above the crowd
  • Help others achieve
  • PSP Association Responsibility Points

Contact the Committee Chairmen below to volunteer for a committee:

Advisory Council and Affiliations
Teresa Himmelberger, CEOE


Paula Rosenberger, CEOE


Katherine Reichley, CEOE

Long Range Planning

Vickie Eaves, CEOE


Mary Guest, CEOE

Nominations/Elections and Special Projects
Donita Smith, CEOE

Professional Standards Program

Dena Henricks, CEOE

Public Relations/Publications
Sue Hand, CEOE

Student Scholarships

Eldene Wall, CEOE


  1. I have benefited greatly by volunteering to be part of a NAEOP Committee. I can just about check off all those bullet points listed above.


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