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Pamela E. Brewer, associate dean of students/director of student life programs at Lafayette College, has been appointed to the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Board of Directors.

NACA, a national, not-for-profit membership association, has been connecting students and campus activities professionals with talent agencies, self-represented artists, lecturers and promotional specialties firms since 1960. The Foundation’s primary purpose is the development and delivery of educational programs and services for college and university students, professional staff and other who work in the field of campus activities.

As a member of the Board of Directors, Brewer will participate in the implementation and review of the goals, procedures and actions of the Association.

Brewer has 18 years of experience in residence life and campus activity. Recently promoted to associate dean of students, Brewer previously served as assistant dean of students/director of student activities at Lafayette College from 1988-June 2000. Prior to that, she served as director of student residence at Albright College from 1982-1988. While a graduate student at James Madison University, she served as a hall director, area coordinator/counseling and dean’s intern from 1980-1982. Brewer earned a BA degree from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and a M.Ed. from James Madison University.

Brewer’s volunteer experience with NACA includes serving as regional coordinator for the East Coast Region from 1998-2000, as educational and professional development coordinator from 1996-1998, and a tri-state unit coordinator from 1993-1996, which received the NACA Unit of the Year Award in 1994. At NACA regional conferences and National Conventions, she has served as an on-site educational session track coordinator and a presenter of numerous educational sessions. In addition, she served as NACA’s representative on the NACUBO Benchmarking Project, as a member of the Association Management and Operations Committee (AMORC) from 1996-1997 and as a member of the NACA Strategic Planning Committee from 1999-2000.

Outside of NACA Brewer’s volunteer experience includes also serving as educational sessions presenter at local, regional and national conferences. In addition, she served as ACU-I Region 4 conference host chair in 1994, as ACU-I Region 4 conference coordinator of educational sessions in 1993, as MACUHO executive secretary from 1987-1988 and as MACUHO state coordinator from 1986-1987. Brewer received the MACUHO Outstanding Service Award in 1987.

NACA links the higher education and entertainment communities in a business partnership, creating educational and business opportunities for our student and professional members. Headquartered in Columbia, SC, NACA’s membership includes nearly 1,200 colleges and universities across the country, and more than 600 talent, lecture and promotional agencies nationwide.

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