Are you looking for a parliamentarian? Do you have questions about parliamentary procedure? If yes, let NAP help you locate a Professional Registered Parliamentarian® (PRP).

A PRP is a credentialed consultant who can advise your organization, its leaders, members, committees, and staff on parliamentary law and proper procedures for conducting effective and efficient meetings. Use this directory to locate a PRP by name, specialty, and/or location.

NOTE: The National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP) does not act as an agent for the parliamentarians listed and certifies only that they having met the knowledge and professional development requirements necessary to attain NAP’s designation of Professional Registered Parliamentarian®. Any and all terms of employment should be negotiated between you and the Parliamentarian.

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Jason Abellada is a Professional Registered Parliamentarian who is available to serve at your organization's membership meetings, board/committee meetings, and conventions. Jason offers services as parliamentarian, presiding officer, bylaws reviewer, and general advisor. His previous clients include nonprofits, professional associations, and service organizations. Jason enjoys teaching parliamentary procedure and volunteering as a judge for student competitions. Jason resides in St. Petersburg, FL (Tampa Bay area) and holds a degree in computer engineering from the University

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Theodore J Allman is a Professional Registered Parliamentarian from Orlando Florida. Ted has raised six children, dotes over his seventeen grandchildren and is the proud great-grandpa of three more progeny. After retiring from a computer career as a programmer, analyst, network engineer, and technical writer, he taught as an adjunct professor, authored instructional material, and served in three HOA’s–twice as president. Education: Nova Southeastern University, PhD/abd in Computer Information Systems American InterContenential University, Masters in

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NAP Membership: joined 2010, gained RP credential 2013, received PRP in 2015. Experience with national professional/medical boards, PTA, and tribal organizations. I have given many presentations on various topics. I have presented a two-day basic parliamentary procedure course that could also include the NAP membership exam at the end. Advising on bylaws is a service often provided. Rates for conventions, multiple days, or retainer services can be negotiated. I am willing to travel to serve

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I have been a Professional Registered Parliamentarian since 2001. I enjoy working with people and helping them to develop skills in leading their organizations and understanding Robert's Rules of Order while running their meetings efficiently. I know from experience, that these high expectations can be accomplished in an orderly but pleasant and social manner. I have traveled to many states in my practice of Parliamentary Procedure. I enjoy working with members of professional organizations, sports

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Helping individuals, groups and organizations use parliamentary procedure to get the most from valuable meeting time.

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Ten years experience in South Carolina.

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Carol Austin has been a member of the National Association of Parliamentarians since 1989 and became a Professional Registered Parliamentarian in 1993. She is past president of the Florida State Association of Parliamentarian, Florida Unit of Registered Parliamentarians and the Florida Alpha Parliamentarians Unit. Carol graduated from the University of South Florida with a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications. She has served various organizations with their parliamentary needs. She enjoys teaching and serving as both

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Ronald Avedisian has been a Professional Registered Parliamentarian with the National Association of Parliamentarians for over twenty-five years – as well as having served as an officer and a member of many committees with the organization. In his work as a professional parliamentarian, Ron has served numerous organizations and specializes in working as a workshop teacher, bylaws review specialist and opinions consultant. In general, he prefers to work in the Central California area, but would

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A member of the authorship team that revises successive editions of Robert's Rules, Balch often serves organizations faced with contentious divisions or complex parliamentary issues. He has worked as professional presiding officer, parliamentarian, writer of parliamentary opinions, or consultant on bylaws revision and amendments for groups ranging from large political conventions and national issue advocacy entities through national and regional professional and trade associations to local school boards and churches. Clients have included an international

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A professional registered parliamentarian, Dave has provided professional services to help national, provincial and local organizations and boards learn how to participate in and manage effective meetings. He has provided parliamentarian services to organizations during board and members’ special and annual general meetings, assisted Boards in strategizing for difficult meetings, served as a professional presiding officer, prepared professional parliamentary opinions, provided orientation and training on parliamentary meeting procedures and presiding officer training, and provided individual

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For more than 25 years, I have served as president, parliamentarian, and held other officer positions of various non-profit organizations. Relative to the National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP), I have been a member since 1998 and received my professional registered parliamentarian credentials in 2009 and 2015. I have served on the NAP convention credentials, planning, and luncheon committees. I have served as past president, Hobson and Registered Units and as past president, District of Columbia

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Dr. Robert B. Blair has been a Professional Registered Parliamentarian since 2009. He has studied parliamentary procedure for over 30 years. Dr. Blair is past president of the Tennessee Association of Parliamentarians (TAP) and the Tennessee Delta Unit of Parliamentarians. He is currently Vice President of TAP. His passion for parliamentary procedure is multifaceted because he enjoys the challenge of all aspects of the discipline, especially teaching/training, serving as a parliamentarian, and working with professional,

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Margie, a former university administrator, who became a member of National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP) in August 2011, is a strong advocate for practicing proper parliamentary procedure. This is evidenced by her astute dedication. She became a Professional Registered Parliamentarian (PRP) in 2016. Her journey began by becoming affiliated in September 2011 with the Parliamentary Law Club of Richmond, Virginia (PLC-R). Established September 10, 1952, PLC-R is the only remaining club in NAP. Margie has

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Todd is a Professional Registered Parliamentarian who will bring his expertise and experience to support your meetings or other organizational needs. Todd is able to serve in any parliamentary capacity and will custom design his work to make sure that your needs are met. Todd has a positive attitude and works with each organization to ensure that goals are clearly understood and agreed upon. The following areas of parliamentary service are provided: professional presiding, bylaw

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I've been a member of NAP since 2002, having served in various leadership positions at the state association and with local NAP Units. I became an RP in 2010 and a PRP in 2011. Outside of parliamentary law, I also serve as the recording secretary for the Newfoundland (Dog) Club of America.

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Daniel Brown is a Professional Registered Parliamentarian - the only one residing in Southeast Queens, NY. He has served as parliamentarian for several boards over the past ten years. Daniel is also a charter member of the recently organized Parliamentarians of Brooklyn, NY (PBNY), and because of his parliamentarian acumen, he was appointed the inaugural unit Parliamentarian. Daniel has particular expertise with Bylaws, their drafting, revision, and interpretation. He is on a crusade bringing parliamentary

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Scott Burns has more than thirty-five years experience with parliamentary law and procedure, both as a consultant and as a member, director, or officer of a wide variety of labor unions, professional associations, and non-profit organizations. He is a past-President of the California State Association of Parliamentarians and a member of the American Congress of Parliamentary Lawyers. {His legal specialty is with Open Meeting and Records laws and Freedom of Information/Privacy. ] Scott works regularly

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I have been a member of the National Association of Parliamentarians since 2003 and a practicing Professional Registered Parliamentarian since 2010. My experience is in serving as a parliamentarian or consultant for various organizations on local and state levels. I am active with the National Association of Parliamentarians having served as Chair of Credentials and Budget and Finance for NAP Biennial Conventions and as a member of the Professional Development Committee and a part of

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C.J. has a wide variety of experience serving clients. Clients include political parties, nonprofits, trade associations, local government bodies, business groups, and youth groups. C.J. has helped organizations draft bylaws, train on parliamentary procedure basics, gain more efficient meetings, preparing scripts, writing opinions, by serving as a meeting parliamentarian, and advising on strategy. C.J. currently serves as the Parliamentarian for the Oklahoma House of Representatives where he assists the Speaker of the House and staff

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Few professional parliamentarians have been credentialed forty years or more. Having become credentialed in 1976 while still a university student I have had 41 years to turn knowledge of the rules into a more important understanding of why they are what they are and the ability to impart that knowledge to others in a humorous and insightful way. I believe that a really good parliamentarian should not only know the rule if called upon for

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Azella has served as parliamentarian for local, national, and international Kiwanis, nursing, medical, and dental groups. As a parliamentarian, Azella is an expert in interpreting and applying Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised. Rules enable groups to efficiently and fairly discuss and determine actions to be taken. Some of the ways she can assist are: Convention Parliamentarian, Bylaws Consultant, Advisor to the Officers and Board of Directors, Script Writing, Trainer in Parliamentary Procedure, to name

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Kevin R. Connelly, PRP, has been a member of the National Association of Parliamentarians since 2000, and a Professional Registered Parliamentarian in the Seattle area since 2002. He has served various national organizations, including several national professional associations as a convention parliamentarian. At the local level, he has served many nonprofit organizations and condominium/homeowners associations. In addition, Mr. Connelly has acted as a professional presider, and has written parliamentary opinions for several different organizations profit

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I have over 35 years of experience in parliamentary procedure. I have taught high school and college courses on parliamentary procedure, coached teams, and judged hundreds of parliamentary procedure competitive events for youth organizations. From 2001 - 2015, I served as the Superintendent of the National FFA Parliamentary Procedure Career Development Event in which over 270 FFA members complete each fall. I have served as the parliamentarian for local, state, and national organizations with membership

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Dennis has a wide range of parliamentary service experience. He presently serves these organizations: City Council of Atlanta, GA; City Council of Snellville, GA; Georgia Association of Realtors; Atlanta Regional Commission; Georgia Baptist Mission Board Annual Meeting; Georgia Baptist Mission Board Executive Committee; Georgia Association of Nursing Students He has served, and occasionally continues to serve these organizations: Cobb Association of Realtors; Society for Technical Communications; Polk-Haralson Baptist Association; Floyd County Baptist Association; Republican Party

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Since 2011, my goal has been to help organizations have more effective, efficient, and fair meetings. Pursuing this goal has been met by presenting workshops on a variety of topics, serving as parliamentarian for annual meetings and board meetings, acting as a consultant for organizations and boards, working with groups to amend and/or revise governing documents, and writing scripts for presiding officers. It is important for members and leaders to learn the skills needed for

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