SNA Election Results 2016 The Voters Have Spoken Members of the School Nutrition Association 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 San Antonio, Texas, and will serve under the leadership of incoming President Becky Domokos-Bays, PhD, RD. The elected Leadership Development Committee members will serve a two-year term, effective March 1, 2016. SNA congratulates the following candidates for their election to the Board of Directors and Leadership Development Committee, and thanks all the candidates for their enthusiasm and commitment to serve the national Association. SNA Board of Directors Vice President Gay Anderson, SNS Brandon Valley School District 49-2 Brandon, S.D. Secretary/Treasurer Debbi Beauvais, RDN, CDN, SNS Gates Chili Central School District Rochester, N.Y. Northeast Regional Director Gail Koutroubas Andover Public Schools Andover, Mass. Northwest Regional Director Kaye Wetli, SNS Riverview School District Duvall, Wash. At Large Director* Lori Adkins, SNS Oakland Schools Waterford, Mich. At Large Director* Mark Bordeau Broome-Tioga BOCES Endicott, N.Y. At Large Director* Lilly Bouie, PhD Little Rock School District Little Rock, Ark. School Nutrition Employee/Manager Representative Donna Myers Osceola County School District Saint Cloud, Fla. SNA Leadership Development Committee Mideast Region Representative Karen Bissett Oxford Area Community Schools Oxford, Mich. Midwest Region Representative Mary Betlach Robbinsdale School District Robbinsdale, Minn. Southeast Region Representative June Barrett, SNS Alabama State Department of Education Montgomery, Ala. West Region Representative Robert Lewis, PhD, SNS El Monte City School District El Monte, Calif. *In order to implement the governance changes approved last July at ANC, and the bylaw provisos for the Board transition, the At Large Directors’ terms are based on the number of votes received. The candidate who received the highest number of votes will serve three years, the candidate who received the second highest number of votes will serve two years and the candidate with the third highest number of votes will serve one year.