by David Steel, NFA Executive Director
NFA members have been active both before and after the November election, meeting with candidates and discussing NFA's political priorities.
Top priorities of NFA include access to quality affordable healthcare, ensuring that furloughs are lifted, and opposing any plan that irresponsibly outsources distance education. NFA promotes quality higher education in Nevada, and we see faculty working conditions as inextricably linked to that goal, as they are students' learning conditions.
From L to R: NFA Director David Steel, CSN-NFA President Rob Manis, CSN-NFA officer Andrea Brown, and assemblyperson Nelson Araujo
CSN-NFA President Rob Manis and Assemblyperson Melissa Woodbury