ABOUT PARLIAMENTARIANS OF METRO NY
Parliamentarians of Metro New York (PMNY) of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PARLIAMENTARIANS® (NAP) was chartered on November 30, 2014. Our mission and vision is to promote the study of parliamentary procedure and provide engaging workshops and consulting services to local groups and organizations to support and encourage the proper practice of parliamentary procedure.
We are pleased to introduce the 2021-23 Board of Directors as follows:
President - Nilda E. Rivera, PRP
Vice President - Leona Willis
Secretary - Shmuel Gerber, PRP
Treasurer - Beverly S. Tatham, PRP
The Unit is comprised of members who hail from the five boroughs of New York City, Long Island, and Westchester County. The charter members are: Isatu Kanu-James, Marlo Gantt, Renell Grant, Portia Harvey, Wilhelmine James, Veronica Malone, Loraine Richardson McCray, Nilda Rivera, Esq., Beverly Tatham, Esq., Jacqueline Waiters & Tyrone Waiters.
Since its charter the Unit's membership has grown in size and proficiency. Our membership comprises men and women of diverse professional backgrounds including the field of medicine, nursing, intellectual property law, education, television and film production. The Unit's membership includes several credentialed members who have successfully demonstrated an in-depth knowledge of parliamentary procedure as well as the highest level of proficiency in the practice of parliamentary procedure. Additionally, the Unit was recognized for its membership growth and increase in credentialed members at the 41st NAP Biennial Convention.
The Unit has partnered with the Office of Manhattan Borough President Gayle A. Brewer, Office of Bronx Borough President Rueben Diaz Jr., and New York City Department of Education Division of Family and Community Engagement to provide educational programs.
We invite you to join us at our meetings, programs, and activities which will be announced via or mailing list and social media accounts.
Mission Statement: PMNY Unit is a trusted resource within the Metro NY area that provides parliamentary procedure training and development for effective meeting management and good governance.
Reflect a commitment to fundamental parliamentary principles
Promote diversity, democratic decision-making and civic involvement
Maintain and enhance professional parliamentary credentialing standards
Promote knowledge and awareness of parliamentary procedure
Encourage partnerships and inclusiveness.