NCSEA is governed by a board of directors which consists of 15 elected or appointed directors with staggered terms, six officers who are members of the Executive Committee, an International Commissioner, and an elected representative of the NCSEA Past Presidents.  In addition, several allied, partner organizations may appoint representatives as ex officio members of the Board.  A call for nominations is done in February or March of every year and an election of directors is held on-line every June.  The Board of Directors elects its officers and the International Commissioner at the spring board meeting.  Both officers and Board members take office September 1.

2018-2019 Executive Committee:

Craig M. Burshem
Deputy Commissioner, Director, Division of Child Support Enforcement
Commonwealth of Virginia
Richmond, VA

Tanguler Gray
Director, Division of Child Support Services
Georgia Department of Human Services
Atlanta, GA

Lori Bengston
Project Manager
Wausa, NE

Jim Fleming
Director, Child Support Division
North Dakota Department of Human Services
Bismarck, ND

Hannah Roots
Family Law Attorney
Victoria, BC

Diane M. Potts
Senior Associate
Center for the Support of Families (CSF)
Silver Spring, MD


Margot Bean, Deloitte
Scott Cade, Conduent (Past Presidents’ Council Representative)
Ashley Dexter, Deloitte
Robbie Endris, Conduent
Corrine Flores, ADP, LLC
Erin Frisch, Michigan Office of Child Support
Sue Gillies, New Zealand Inland Revenue Department (International Commissioner)
Alisha Griffin, Consultant
Maureen Leif, WICSEC Representative (Ex Officio)
Marsha Harlan, NTCSA Representative (Ex Officio)
Tim Lightner, Alaska Division of Child Support Services
Linda Rhyne McKinley, Mecklenburg County (NC) CSE
Ethan McKinney, St. Joseph County (IN) Prosecutor’s Office
Mike Moreno, Deloitte
Patrick Quinn, ERICSA Representative  (Ex Officio)
Kate Cooper Richardson, Oregon Child Support Program
Lisa Skenandore, SMI, Inc.
Trish Skophammer, Ramsey County Attorney’s Office
Charles Smith, Charles R. Smith Consulting, LLC
Jeffrey Witthun, Clark County District Attorney’s Office, Family Support Division

Download the latest NCSEA bylaws, approved June 2018,  here.

Strategic Plan:

The NCSEA Board of Directors approved the NCSEA Strategic Plan, 2017-2020 in August 2017. Download the NCSEA strategic plan here.

NCSEA welcomes participation by members in a variety of committees.  Committee appointments are made in August of every year.  Committee members generally commit to serving for at least one leadership year (September 1-August 31). To learn more about NCSEA’s committees and their charges, click here.

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