SNA Election Results 2017

The Voters Have Spoken

Members of the School Nutrition Association (SNA) have spoken, casting their ballots in the annual election for the Association’s top leadership positions. The winning candidates for the Board of Directors will be installed this summer during SNA’s Annual National Conference (ANC) in Atlanta, Georgia. The elected Leadership Development Committee members will serve a two-year term, beginning after the election on March 1. The Industry Advisory Council Chair will serve a two-year term beginning August 1.

SNA congratulates the following candidates for their election to the SNA Board of Directors, Leadership Development Committee and Industry Advisory Council, and thanks all the candidates for their enthusiasm and commitment to serve the national Association.

SNA Board of Directors

Mideast Regional Director

Tamara Earl, SNS, Mason City Schools, Ohio

Midwest Regional Director

Sandi Kramer, Yankton School District, South Dakota

Southwest Regional Director

Monica Deines-Henderson, SNS, Falcon School District, Colorado

At Large Director

Stephanie Dillard, SNS, Geneva County Schools, Alabama

SNA Leadership Development Committee

Northeast Regional Representative

Judy White, Wrentham Public Schools, Massachusetts

Northwest Regional Representative

Ariane Shanley, South Kitsap Schools, Washington

Southwest Region Representative

Kevin Ponce, SNS, Oklahoma City Public Schools, Oklahoma

SNA Industry Advisory Council Chair

Industry Advisory Council Chair

Michael Miller, SMART Temps, Indiana

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