As the incoming President for NTA, I would like to take this moment to thank our board members for their hard work and commitment to their various roles and responsibilities over the past year and during the next several years. I am honored to work with a group of talented individuals who are dedicated and engaged in promoting the scientific and technical professions and ensuring that minority youth are encouraged to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. I am fortunate to have this opportunity to represent our members and will work hard to meet your expectations.
NTA was founded in 1926, and we have a lot to be proud of in the almost 90 years since Charles Duke founded this organization. Looking ahead, a major goal of my tenure as president is to grow membership and work together to strengthen our brand – what NTA stands for and what this organization can contribute in an increasingly technical world. I also want to work with you to strengthen communication and connection among, within and between regions, chapters and the national body, bringing cooperation and collaboration to all sectors of our association and sharing that synergy with society at large.
Over the next two years, your NTA board will focus on engaging our membership, offering activities and initiatives that are more strategic in nature and more reflective of what our membership expects. Exploring how our scientific, technical, engineering and mathematical expertise can contribute to global environmental issues such as clean water will be a priority. We will continue to expand our member services, increase our visibility on college campuses, and raise the visibility of NTA in regional, national and international discussions on climate change and other major scientific and technical issues facing society.
I would appreciate hearing from you and encourage you to reach out to me at President@ntaonline.org or speaking directly with me at the annual meeting , through personal visits to your region, and through available and emerging communication technologies.
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