First State Parliamentarians
"Parliamentary Procedure is first in our hearts and first in our minds; but, most importantly first in our actions.”
Who Are WE?
Meet our Leadership Team
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National Association of Parliamentarians
Alison Wallis, PRP President
The Board of Directors, which meets five times each biennium, is largely responsible for NAP’s strategy, operations, and growth. Officers and committees develop products and services, manage certification, organize regional and national events, and oversee headquarters operations
District Two NAP
Tamara D. Harris, PRP, Director
District Two consists of the following chartered associations:
Delaware Association of Parliamentarians
District of Columbia Association of Parliamentarians
Maryland Association of Parliamentarians
New Jersey State Association of Parliamentarians
Pennsylvania Association of Parliamentarians
Virginia State Association of Parliamentarians
West Virginia Association of Parliamentarians
Who Are We? What Do We Do?
What We Do
NETWORKING Share experiences with others and become more effective in your parliamentary action.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Gain decision-making influence in organizations and a unique individual legitimacy and credibility.
SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS Attend training sessions and access the most current industry resources at discounted rates.
STRATEGIES Learn good practices and long-term strategies for running successful meetings.
Rep. Sherry Dorsey Walker and Rep. Mike Ramone recognized April as "Parliamentary Law Month" on Thursday, April 14, 2022. They hosted the 1st African American, female, Registered Parliamentarian in the history of the State of Delaware, Tamika Davis-Cannon. Registered Parliamentarians of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Sigma Zeta Omega Chapter were also recognized. Members included DSAP President, Dr. Jacquita Wright-Henderson, DSAP Secretary, Dr. Rhoneise Barnett-Smith, DSAP Technology Chairman, Shealese P. Russell-Reams and DSAP members, Stephanie Bell-Knight, Pia Stokes, Karla Twyman and Loraynne Wilmer. A proclamation was presented and each member present received a gold lapel pin. It was indeed a great day in Dover, Delaware.