CPAK Executive Committee Elections

Northern Kentucky Regional Representative Election
Opens February 16, 2018
Closes February 23, 2018


Antwone D. Cameron
Assistant Dean of Students
Thomas More College

Statement of Interest

I am the Assistant Dean of Students at Thomas More College and I am interested in the position because I am eager to get connected with other professionals within the state of Kentucky and provide the northern Kentucky area with a voice and be a liaison that links our area with the rest of the state. I would be a great candidate because of my thirst to learn more, connect with others, and be a voice that is representative of a diverse background. I am great with organization and communication, and I am eager for this position.

Dannie Moore
Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
Northern Kentucky University

Statement of Interest

It is my pleasure to submit my credentials to be considered to serve as the CPAK Northern Kentucky Regional Representative. I believe that my personal, academic, and professional background have provided me with the sensitivity, understanding, knowledge, experiences and leadership skills to serve in this role. In comparing the qualifications with my past and current experiences, I believe that I am uniquely and appropriately qualified.

As the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Northern Kentucky University, I have had the opportunity to examine and strategically develop, new programs to meet the needs of students and align with university goals, visions and strategic plans.  Also, with the current financial challenges facing higher education today, I have served as a fiscal manager taking a critical look at staffing models, operating budgets and long term divisional plans to make sure we are fiscally responsible.  While here at Northern Kentucky University, I have also had the opportunity to provide responsible management, strategic direction and fiscal oversight for a broad range of student affairs departments – African American Programs and Services, the Center for Student Inclusiveness, Disability Programs and Services, Health Counseling and Students Wellness, Latino Program and Services, Educational Talent Search, Learning Experience and Parenting (LEAP), LGBTQ Programs and Services, Norse Violence Prevention and Upward Bound.

My educational background includes a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin Parkside, a Master’s of Science degree in College Student Affairs from Eastern Illinois University and I am in the final stages of completing my Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership here at Northern Kentucky University. I believe my experience, skills and passion for developing staff members make me great fit for this regional rep position.  I have strong communication and problem solving skills, and a working knowledge of Student Affairs at many different levels.