ATLANTA – State Representative Sandra Scott (D-Rex) was recently named the 2018-2020 Parliamentarian by the National Foundation of Women Legislators (NFWL). Rep. Scott was sworn in as the NFWL Parliamentarian on November 16, 2017, at NFWL’s annual conference in Minneapolis.
[Attachment] ‘Thank you, NFWL, for appointing me to serve as Parliamentarian,’ said Rep. Scott. ‘I’ve been a member of NFWL for almost 10 years, and this organization has not only helped me to grow as an elected official, but has also allowed me to build meaningful relationships with women leaders from across the country. I look forward to serving NFWL, an organization that has meant so much to me during my time as a state legislator, in this new role.’
Rep. Scott has been a member of NFWL since 2010, and she has served on several NFWL committees since joining the organization. In 2013, Rep. Scott received the NFWL Women of Excellence Award, and in 2016, Rep. Scott was appointed to serve as an At Large member on the NFWL Board of Directors. Rep. Scott also serves as the chair of the NFWL Audit Committee.
NFWL’s purpose and mission is to provide strategic resources to elected women leaders for leadership development and effective governance through conferences, seminars, educational materials, professional and personal relationships and networking. The NFWL promotes a spirit of helpfulness among current and former women state legislators and elected women, encourages the election and appointment of women to public office, promotes interstate relations and provides an exchange of legislative ideas and legislation among members.
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