Transition Coordinating Group (TCG)
Following a successful inaugural conference in San Francisco in May 2013 the Organizing Coordinating Group was replaced by a 7-member Transition Coordinating Group (TCG). Four of the original network initiators continued in the TCG. The group lost Eduardo Flores to cancer, and three additional members were added. The three additional leaders added to the Transition Coordinating Group in 2013 for the 2013-2014 year are listed at the left. Towards the end of the period, Camilo Manchola stepped down from the leadership role in ARNA, although he remains on working groups and is a valued resource for ARNA.
ARNA was lead by the Transition Coordinating Group which is listed on the right. This group helped to plan and hold the second conference of ARNA in Bethlehem, PA at Movarian College. We continued to include a CARN Study Day as a pre conference workship. We started a tradition of including music concerts to raise money for the the Eduardo Flores Scholarship as a part of our conferences.
The working groups for the second year continued to play a significant role in the development of the future of ARNA.
The ARNA Annual Report from 2013 marks the end of the year.
|ARNA Leader ||Transition Coordinating Group (TCG) 2013-14|
University of San Diego
San Diego, California, USA
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA
ARNA Web Development Coordinator
Graduate School of Education & Psychology
Los Angeles, CA
Peterborough, Ontario, Canadacathybruce@trentu.ca
ARNA Espanola Working Group,
Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Mexicali, Mexico
ARNA Secretary/Working Groups Liaison,
Ontario Ministry of Education, Ontario, Canada
ARNA Espanola Conference Liaison,
Universidad Militar Nueva Granada,