Johnson Elected NABE Vice President
Leah Johnson, assistant executive director of the South Carolina Bar and past NABE Board of Directors member, has been elected to serve as NABE vice president for 2018-19.  Leah will subsequently serve as president-elect in 2019-20 and ultimately as president in 2020-21.  Terry Hill, division director at The Florida Bar, vied with Leah for the position.  NABE appreciates the commitment each made to serving the NABE membership and to supporting the work of bar staff professionals.  Congratulations to Leah and thanks to Terry as he completes two years of service on the board.

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