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Officers and Board of Directors

Bill Lafferty, President
Assistant Vice President for College Life Executive Director of Public Safety
Gettysburg College
300 N. Washington Street Campus Box 399
Gettysburg, PA 17325
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Christopher T. Lloyd , Vice President
Director – Office of Safety & Security
Cairn University
200 Manor Ave.
Langhorne Manor, PA 19047-2990
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Ray Hughes, Secretary
Captain, Emergency Management & Training
Adelphi Univ. Dept. of Public Safety & Transportation
1 South Ave, P.O. Box 701, Garden City, NY 11530-0701
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John F. McAloon III, Treasurer
Security Operations Manager
Princeton Theological Seminary 
64 Mercer Street
Princeton, NJ 08540
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Tim Munro, Director at Large
Director Campus Safety
Skidmore College815 North Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-1632
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Tom King, Director at Large
Executive Director of Campus Safety
Haverford College
Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges
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Douglas Babcock, Director at Large
Director of Public Safety
Saint Michael’s College
Robert E. Sutton Fire and Rescue Building
230 College Parkway
Colchester, Vermont, USA 05439
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William McHale, Director at Large
Associate Vice President for Public Safety
Franklin & Marshall College
609 Old Main Drive
Lancaster, PA 17603
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Cindy Burger, Life Member Rep
Director of Investigations, Compliance & Training
Messiah College
1 College Avenue,
Suite 3026 Mechanicsburg, PA 17055.
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Dave Boyer, Director at Large
Director Campus Safety and Security Hopkins Hall
Williams College
880 Main Street
Williamstown, Ma 01267
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This document clarifies the responsibilities of NECUSA Board Members and to provide information to those Association members considering running for a Board position.  As we cannot anticipate all events and circumstances, this information should not be considered inclusive.

Responsibilities and Expectations

  • Board members are expected to attend all Board meetings and scheduled conference calls. Board members who cannot attend must contact the President at the earliest opportunity.
  • Board members are expected to actively participate in meeting discussions and shall vote on all issues presented unless abstaining.
  • Meetings are conducted utilizing Roberts Rules of Order.
  • The primary means of communication between meetings is e-mail. Board members are expected to check e-mail regularly and respond when requested.
  • The President may opt to schedule an electronic meeting to discuss and/or vote on issues of immediate importance to the Association.
  • All Board members, with the exception of the President, are required to serve on at least one committee each year. Requests for exceptions to this requirement must be reviewed and approved by the President.
  • Committee descriptions and assignments will be distributed to Board members within 60 days of the annual installation ceremony.
  • The President serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the Association and is an ex officio member of all committees.
  • Board members are expected to attend Professional Development programs when possible.

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