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Leadership Manual 2020-2021

The Association of California School Administrators is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the United States, serving more than 17,000 California educators.

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Association of California School Administrators MEMBER SERVICES DEPARTMENT The Member Services Department provides leadership and coordination of membership recruitment and retention strategies, as well as support services to members. The department is comprised of five units, with each arm having a specialized function, but maintaining a focus on marketing the value of and growing membership. Membership Recruitment Team This group of dedicated part‐time staffers is comprised of both practicing and retired educational leaders who focus solely on growing the organization. The team identifies and reaches out to non‐members statewide and are encouraged to communicate and collaborate regularly with region leaders for the purpose of recruitment. Contact: Margarita Cuizon‐Armelino, Senior Director of Member Services, mcuizon@acsa.org Member Assistance and Legal Support Team Our legal support staff are seasoned part‐time professionals who provide assistance to members with concerns on professional, ethical and legal matters related to employment status and due process rights, contract language, as well as strike preparation. Advocates are retired school administrators and a great resource for information. Contact: Joanne Godfrey, jgodfrey@acsa.org Member Services Processing Unit This area of staff is responsible for the management and maintenance of the membership database, which contains sensitive member information. This unit is also charged with the billing and collection of dues and PAC contributions for all ACSA members and provides membership lists, labels and demographics. Contact: Carlota Cabrera, Membership Processing Unit Supervisor, ccabrera@acsa.org Mentor Program The Mentor Program currently serves members in their first and second year of a new administration position. It is designed to build a professional relationship between a new leader and an experienced mentor to strengthen leadership skills. Contact: Joanne Godfrey, jgodfrey@acsa.org ACSA Ambassadors ACSA Ambassadors are a cadre of retired members whose purpose is to welcome new members, educate them on the ACSA structure, connect them to member benefits and services, as well as peers at the local level. Contact: Margarita Cuizon‐Armelino, mcuizon@acsa.org Members who wish to inquire about their membership profile or make changes to their information should contact the following Member Relations Specialist Last Name from A‐G, Simon Wong, swong@acsa.org Last Name from H‐O, Cynthia Peralta‐Melendez, cperaltamelendez@acsa.org Last Name from P‐Z, Stephanie Llamas, sllamas@acsa.org 50

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