2019-2020 HECMA Leadership Team Please note that HECMA is a professional association whose Leadership Team members are engaged in full time roles at universities and colleges across North America. In order to ensure our work-association balance, please use email as your primary source of communication. Arrangements for phone consultation will be made as needed after that web-based contact.Thank you for your understanding. President Term of service: 2018-2020 Laurel Donley University of North Carolina – School of the Arts firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President, Conferences and Special Events Term of service: 2019-2021 Jacqui Tisdale University of Rhode Island email@example.com Director, Membership and Recruitment Term of service: 2018-2020 Liz Stevenson University of Central Florida firstname.lastname@example.org Director, Training and Development Term of service: 2019-2021 Brenda Anderson Wadley University of Arizona email@example.com Director, Finance Term of service: 2019-2021 Carrie Smith University of Georgia firstname.lastname@example.org Director, Communications and Marketing Term of service: 2018-2020 David Wiltshire Duke University email@example.com Director, Strategic Operations Term of service: 2019-2021 Noah Henry-Darwish University of California, Berkeley firstname.lastname@example.org Director, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Term of service: 2018-2020 Sean Joy Gonzaga University email@example.com Clinical Case Manager at Large Term of service: 2018-2020 Alicia Talbird University of Georgia firstname.lastname@example.org Non-Clinical Case Manager at Large Term of service: 2019-2021 Tawanna Brown University of Alabama email@example.com Our work in higher education case management continues to provide the higher education community with multiple ways of understanding how distress impacts individuals and their institutions of higher learning and the supports needed to buoy success. Further, with roles in clinical practice settings, student services, behavior intervention teams or elsewhere, we represent a cross-section of perspectives that in working together can shape the direct services provided and policies developed to reduce risk to individuals and their living and learning environments in post-secondary settings. To quote Ashley Blamey (HECMA’s first president), “We are the architects of our own work.” The Leadership Team strives to continue its efforts in broadening the HECMA footprint to meet the professional and practice needs of our field.