What is the National Conference of Constituency Leaders?
The National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL) serves as a platform for the different perspectives and concerns of AAFP members from underrepresented constituencies to help bring about change. Attend NCCL to help develop your voice and have it heard. Elect national officers, gain and enhance skills to become an articulate policy advocate and an effective leader, and meet others that share similar interests.
Who can participate?
Reference committees and business sessions are open to all NCCL attendees. General registrants may co-author resolutions and testify on issues during sessions, but to vote on resolutions and in most elections, you must be a chapter delegate. Contact your chapter to learn how to participate as a chapter delegate.
What is a chapter delegate?
Chapter delegates are official representatives from each constituency representing each chapter. All active members who meet the definition of the constituency group they will represent are eligible to serve as a chapter delegate. Chapter delegates are eligible to serve on and testify in all reference committees, vote on resolutions in the business session, and vote in the elections.
Can I earn CME?
NCCL offers enrichment credit for your time at the conference on an hour-for-hour basis. A certificate of participation is available for those who require attendance documentation.
What can I expect from NCCL?
NCCL gives you the opportunity to meet members with similar interests as well as Annual Chapter Leader Forum (ACLF) attendees. By attending NCCL, you can: