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National Advisory Council Members

Eight members (PDF - 52 KB) serve on the National Advisory Council (NACNHSC).

NHSC Needs You

Lend your expertise and unique experiences. You can address healthcare delivery needs in underserved areas. Become a member—make a positive impact. 

What is the commitment?

  • A 3-year term
  • Up to four meetings each year (Each meeting lasts for two days in a row) 

How do I become a member?

You can be nominated or submit a self-nomination.

If you are nominated by someone, they should send a letter stating:

  • The name, affiliation, and contact information for the nominee; 
  • The basis for the nomination; and 
  • The nominator’s contact information:
    • Include name, address, daytime telephone number, and email address.

Letters must be from an employer, colleague, and/or professional organization.

If you decide to self-nominate, your letter should include:

  • Traits that would qualify you for the position. 
  • Your affiliation, contact information, and area of expertise.
  • The specific reason(s) you feel the NACNHSC would benefit from your membership. 

What else should my nomination include? 

  1. A Letter of interest from the nominee
    • Include the reasons they would like to serve on the NACNHSC.
  2. A biographical sketch of the nominee
  3. A copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae
  4. The nominee’s contact information
  5. It is optional, but we recommend you include a cover letter.
     
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Contact NAC

Designated Federal Officer:
Diane Fabiyi-King
Email the National Advisory Council