All applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements to be considered for a position on the NFDA Board of Directors:
Must be an Individual Member of NFDA. An Individual Member is defined by the NFDA Bylaws as a Practitioner who owns or is employed by a Firm Member. A Practitioner is an individual who, to the extent required by State law, possesses all the necessary licenses to engage in the profession of funeral directing and/or embalming. Any Practitioner who does not own nor is employed by a Firm Member may become an Individual Member of NFDA by making written application and agreeing to all conditions of membership. Individual Members do not include Retired, Student, Apprentice or International Members. (Reference NFDA's Bylaws)
Must have possessed all necessary qualifications to engage in the profession of funeral directing and/or embalming for at least three (3) years.
To apply for an open position on the NFDA Board of Directors, review the online Application & Instructions information. The NFDA Leadership Development Committee will review and evaluate all applications and interview applicants. The knowledge, experience, skills and abilities demonstrated by each individual, relative to the following established core competencies and leadership expectations, will be evaluated: leadership qualities and experience, experience as a funeral service professional, NFDA organizational awareness and commitment to NFDA.
The NFDA Leadership Development Committee will present a list of qualified candidates for officer positions to the membership and a list of qualified candidates for At-large Representative positions to the NFDA Policy Board. Applicants will be notified of the outcome prior to the release of the list of nominees to the membership and the Policy Board.