Regional Councils


The NASPO membership is broken into four regions of the country. These regions participate in monthly calls to discuss important regional issues, share NASPO information, enhance regional communication and collaboration, and evaluate potential involvement in current and future NASPO ValuePoint cooperative contract initiatives. 

Each council holds an annual regional conference to further networking and knowledge-sharing among the states. The regional councils also act a planning work group for Regional Conferences working closely with the NASPO Programs Coordinator to develop conference content that is relevant to their region. Information concerning upcoming regional conferences can be found under the Future Events tab.

Each region has a chair and vice chair that are elected by the region to preside over their regional council for a one year term. The 2018 chair and vice chair for each region can be found below.

Valerie Bollinger (ID), Chair
Jason Soza (AK), Vice Chair

Steve Berg (SD), Chair
Tracy Diel (KS), Vice Chair
Peter Korolyk (DE), Chair
Devin Marquez (CT), Vice Chair

Delbert Singleton (SC), Chair
Judson Freeman (FL), Vice Chair

For more information concerning the dates and locations of previous Regional Conferences please check out the Past Events tab

Future NASPO Events
NASPO Exchange

NASPO 2015 Marketing Meeting
  • 2018 NASPO Exchange - March 18-20,
    New York City, New York
  • 2019 NASPO Exchange - April 8-10, Denver, CO

Annual Conference

  • 2018 Annual Conference - September 23-26, Long Beach, California
  • 2019 Annual Conference - September 8-10, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Regional Conferences

  • 2018 REACH Conference (Joint conference of all four regions) - July 16-18, New Orleans, Louisiana

Professional Development Offerings (by invitation only)

  • 2018 Academic Forum - April 10-12, Hosted by Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
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