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Steve Lovi, NAD Board Member for Region 1, explains what the Council of Representatives (COR) looks like and what you do, as a delegate. #NAD2014

Video description and transcript:

Video begins with the NAD logo in red and blue. The NAD logo then transitions to the same logo but in green and peach colors to represent the #NAD2014 Conference theme. Video fades to white then to NAD Board Region 1 Representative Steve Lovi in front of a black background.

STEVE: Welcome to the Council of Representatives (COR)! The COR is made up of several groups that have the floor to debate and voting rights during the COR meetings, all delegates must be validated before entering the meeting. So, the groups are as follows: State Association delegates (individual state affiliates can send up to six delegates), Order of Georges and Georgettes (up to six), Junior NAD (two delegates), non-profit affiliates with no members can send one delegate, non-profit affiliates with members can send up to six, College Affiliates can send one delegate, and finally, each of the membership sections can send one delegate — the Senior Citizens, GLBT, Business, Interpreters, and Deaf Culture and History sections. The COR is a great way to meet and work with people from all over the US. Come and join us at the next COR meeting!

Video fades to the same NAD logo in green and peach before transitioning to the NAD logo in red and blue. Black text below the logo appears, "A production of The National Association of the Deaf (copyright) 2014 All rights reserved.