NEASC is made up of three Commissions which work in close partnership to ensure quality education for all students in public, independent, and international schools, districts, and centers around the world. NEASC has a central staff and a global network of thousands of volunteers. Professional staff is available to ensure full participation at all levels ranging from accreditation to educational collaborations that strengthen education.
|Cameron C. Staples, President/CEO of NEASC since 2011, manages a staff of 40 employees and a volunteer base of over 8000 individuals. As the leader of the organization, Staples develops and implements the Association’s strategic direction, ensures the value and relevance of the NEASC accreditation process, and builds partnerships with education agencies, as well as domestic and foreign government leaders, to strengthen the role of accreditation as a mechanism for educational accountability and institutional improvement. [View profile]|