About Us

Who We Are:

Our History
    • The National Organization of State Associations for Children (NOSAC) was founded in 1993 to facilitate networking and to share information among member associations.  

    What We Do
      • Coordinate the sharing of professional development and public policy information among member association directors.
      • Convene bi-annual meetings around the country to dialogue and advocate with U.S. policy makers.
      • Collaborate with our national partners -- Child Welfare League of America, Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, National Association for Children's Behavioral Health, National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, and Council on Accreditation. 
      • Advocate on national public policy issues that impact state associations, providers, and children and families.

      Our Leaders
      • Past President: Michelle Sanborn
      • President: Janet Reynolds Snyder
      • Vice President: Karen McLeod
      • Treasurer: Mark Mecum
      • Secretary: Darci Halfman

      • Public Policy Chair: Andrea Durbin
      • Professional Development Chair: Tammy Mello

      Contact Us
        • Questions, including event sponsorship and membership inquiries, should be made to the President of NOSAC, Janet Reynolds Snyder at janet@michfed.org.